(1) Graduates Within 5 Years (1975 And
Later). Certification from a school of Optometry that the doctor of optometry
is educationally qualified to use agents for diagnostic purposes. Eight (8)
quarter hours or 96 Board approved clock hours shall be the minimum
(2) Graduates From
1974 And Earlier. A minimum of 96 clock hours of Board approved education must
be taken subsequent to graduation in pharmacology specifically related to
topical application to the eye of pharmaceutical agents for diagnostic
purposes. This education is to be approved only for pharmaceutical
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 430-9-.01
Original Rule entitled
"Fees" was filed on March 30, 1982;
effective April 19, 1982.
Amended: Rule repealed and a new Rule of the same
title adopted. Filed September 21, 1982;
effective October 11, 1982.
Amended: Rule repealed and a new Rule entitled
"Educational Requirements" adopted. Filed June 13,
1984; effective July 3, 1984.