State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Jurisprudence Exam


The Texas Jurisprudence Exam for licensed speech-language pathologists, assistants in speech-language pathologist, audiologists, or assistants in audiology is an on-line training exercise focused on state law and board rules that relate to the regulation of speech-language pathology and audiology. There are two different training exercises, one for speech-language pathology and one for audiology. Please select the appropriate exercise for our profession. Questions are in multiple choice or true/false format, and links to the applicable law and rules are provided. This is a “no-fail” training exercise that we believe you will find to be of value.

Please note: There are two different exams. If you are a speech professional, please select the Speech-Language Pathology Jurisprudence Exam and if you are an audiology professional, choose the Audiology Jurisprudence Exam. If you hold a dual license you must complete both exams.

Select this link to pay the exam fee or return to your exam for the State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Jurisprudence exam (In the eCommerce system, this payment is referred to as a "purchase").

Please Note:

Starting January 1, 2010, you must submit proof of completion of the Jurisprudence Exam when you apply for licensure.

The Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology amended the rules to require the Texas Jurisprudence Exam for all new applicants and renewals during the next two calendar years. The rule reads as follows:

§sect;741.122 Jurisprudence Examination

(d) After December 31, 2009, all applicants for licensure must submit proof of successful completion of the jurisprudence examination at the time of application. The jurisprudence examination must be completed no more than six months prior to the date of licensure application.

§sect;741.162 Requirements for Continuing Professional Education

(n) Completion of the jurisprudence examination shall count as one hour of the continuing education requirement for professional ethics, as referenced in subsection (c) of this section per renewal period.

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Last updated August 25, 2014
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