If you're applying to or enrolled in an educational program to prepare for issuance of an occupational license upon completion of your education, you may face potential ineligibility for the license if you have been convicted of a criminal offense. Other state and local restrictions or guidelines for occupational licenses may also determine the eligibility of a person who has been convicted of an offense.
As an applicant, or a student of the University, with a reason to believe you may be ineligible for a license due to a conviction or deferred adjudication for a felony or misdemeanor offense, you have the right to request a criminal history evaluation letter regarding your eligibility from the licensing authority under TEXAS OCCUPATION CODE Section 53.102 - Effective Sept. 1, 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact the associate vice president of admissions at email@example.com or 817-531-4422.
Major & Career Eligibility Resources
Interested in any of these majors? Take a look at these eligibility resources and standards to see if you're eligible for a license after graduation.
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- Texas State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors
- Texas State Board of Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
- Texas Education Agency (Applicable for Master of Science in School Counseling degree)