King University has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.
The disclosures contained here are up to date as of April 2023 and lists the states where the University has determined through reasonable, good faith efforts that such programs either:
- Do meet the applicable professional licensure education requirements;
- Do not meet the applicable professional licensure education requirements; or
- Have not been able to be determined if the program meets the applicable professional licensure education requirements.
Please note that the information provided does not guarantee that a particular state’s licensure or certification officials will approve or deny a candidate’s application. These disclosures do not take into consideration changes in state law or regulations that may impact a candidate’s application for licensure that occur after this disclosure has been made.
If you are considering a program that leads to licensure or certification it is strongly recommended that you contact the State’s licensure office or professional agency to review all requirements imposed by the chosen state. Additonally, carefully review the educational prerequisites for your intended state/territory of licensure and whether our program meets those requirements for licensure. Use the agency contact information provided to clarify or confirm any requirements. If questions remain after reviewing the information provided, contact your program coordinator, or the contact listed with your program.
You should also contact the department and/or program coordinator who oversees the academic program you are interested in for additional information about licensure and certification requirements.