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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 61. Professional and Occupational Licenses § 61-24C-8. Requirements for licensure

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Each applicant for licensure shall apply to the board.  Except as otherwise provided in the Interior Designers Act, each applicant shall take and pass a nationally standardized examination.  The board may adopt substantially all or part of the examination and grading procedures of the national council for interior design qualifications.  Prior to examination, the applicant shall provide substantial evidence to the board that the applicant:

A. is a graduate of a five-year interior design program from an accredited institution and has completed at least one year of diversified interior design experiences;

B. is a graduate of a four-year interior design program from an accredited institution and has completed at least two years of diversified interior design experience;

C. has completed at least three years of an interior design curriculum from an accredited institution and has completed three years of diversified interior design experience;

D. is a graduate of a two-year interior design program from an accredited institution and has completed four years of diversified interior design experience;  or

E. has apprenticed under a designer who has passed the national council for interior design qualification examination or a licensed designer for a minimum of eight years.

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