government, or another country shall disclose that fact on the application form. The
applicant shall satisfy the requirements of section 16174(2) of the code, MCL 333.16174,
including verification from the issuing entity showing that disciplinary proceedings are
not pending against the applicant and sanctions are not in force at the time of application.
If licensure is granted and it is determined that sanctions have been imposed, the
disciplinary subcommittee may impose appropriate sanctions under section 16174(5) of
the code, MCL 333.16174.
(c) Provide proof, as directed by the department, verifying that the applicant has
completed, in the United States, 9 months of supervised clinical experience under a
licensed audiologist, and the supervised clinical experience satisfies R 338.5.
R 338.7 Examination; adoption; passing scores.
Rule 7. Examinations approved and adopted are the National Teachers Examination
(NTE) in Audiology and the Praxis Series II Examination in Audiology that are
administered by the Educational Testing Service or its successor organization.
Applicants shall achieve a passing score on the NTE or the Praxis Series II Examination
in Audiology or any successor examination.
R 338.8 Educational standards; adoption by reference.
Rule 8. (1) The standards for accrediting audiology educational programs developed
and adopted by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-
Language Pathology (CAA), ASHA, 2200 Research Boulevard, #310, Rockville,
Maryland 20850, in the publication titled "Standards for Accreditation of Graduate
Education Programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology," effective August 1,
2017, and updated August 2020, which are available at no cost on the council’s website
educational program is accredited by the CAA, it is approved.
(2) The standards for accrediting doctor of audiology programs developed and adopted
by the Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), 11480 Commerce
Park Drive, Ste. 220, Reston, Virginia 20191, in the publication titled "Accreditation
Standards for the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) Program,” adopted March 2016, which
approved and adopted by reference. If an audiology educational program is accredited by
the ACAE, it is approved.
(3) The standards for recognition of accrediting organizations developed and adopted by
the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), One Dupont Circle NW, Suite
510, Washington, D.C. 20036, in the publication titled “CHEA Standards and Procedures
for Recognition,” effective October 4, 2021, which are available at no cost on the
higher education institution is accredited by the accrediting body of the region in which
the institution is located and the accrediting body satisfies the recognition standards of
CHEA, the institution is approved.
(4) The criteria for recognition and the recognition process for the secretary’s
recognition of accrediting agencies of the United States Department of Education, Office
of Postsecondary Education, 400 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20202, in 34
CFR 602.10 to 602.39, effective July 1, 2020, which are available at no cost on the