Texas Board of Licensure for Professional Medical Physicists Apply for a New License - Application Instructions

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Application Procedures

An applicant must submit all required information and documentation of qualifications on forms prescribed by the board. The board shall not consider an application as officially submitted until the applicant pays the application fee. The fee must accompany the application form.

The executive secretary shall send a notice listing the required additional materials to an applicant who does not complete the application in a timely manner. An application not completed within 30 days after the date of the notice may be invalidated.

Required application materials.

  • Application form
  • Applicants for a license must submit evidence of relevant work experience, including a description of the responsibilities and duties performed;
  • an official transcript from a college or university granting the applicant's degree or certificate of completion of training course or if a college or university does not issue an official transcript, the board may accept another form of official documentation or sworn evidence of the degree or successful completion of courses
  • an official transcript from a college or university granting the applicant's degree or certificate of completion of training course or if a college or university does not issue an official transcript, the board may accept another form of official documentation or sworn evidence of the degree or successful completion of courses;
  • a statement of the medical physics specialty for which the application is submitted;
  • three current professional references

For deataied information on Application Procedures, click on the link below:

Title 22 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 601.6 (Link to State of Texas site)

The application packet may be obtained by clicking on the right hand side of the menue titled, "Applications and Forms".

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Last updated April 16, 2010
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