SEC. 73-27-9. Examinations; fees; subjects; minimum requirements for licenses; re-examination.
Any person not exempt from examination under Section 73-27-5, Mississippi Code of 1972, and desiring a license to practice podiatry shall, upon application to the State Board of Medical Licensure and payment of a fee prescribed by the State Board of Medical Licensure, not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), be examined in the following subjects: anatomy, histology, physiology, chemistry, pharmacy, materia medica, therapeutics, bacteriology, pathology, surgery, dermatology, neurology, physical therapy, diagnosis and roentgenology, orthopedics, chiropody and chiropodical surgery, limited in their scope to the treatment of the human foot and leg, and if found qualified shall receive a license. The minimum of requirements for license shall be a general average of seventy-five percent (75%) of all the subjects involved, provided that a grade of not less than sixty percent (60%) be made on any one (1) subject or branch given in the examination held. Applicants examined and being refused a license shall be entitled to reexamination upon payment of an additional fee prescribed by the State Board of Medical Licensure, not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), for each examination.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 8898; Laws, 1938, ch. 189; 1958, ch. 359, Sec. 2; 1979, ch. 439, Sec. 3; 1980, ch. 458, Sec. 26; 1987, ch. 308, Sec. 2; 1989, ch. 315, Sec. 3, eff from and after July 1, 1989.