An applicant for a license shall furnish evidence that the applicant:
(1) has attained the age of majority;
(2) is of good moral character;
(3) is a citizen of the United States, or is lawfully entitled to remain and work in the United States;
(4) has at least two years of supervised postgraduate experience in marriage and family therapy satisfactory to the board;
(5)(i) has completed a master's or doctoral degree in marriage and family therapy from a program in a regionally accredited educational institution or from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; or (ii) has completed a master's or doctoral degree from a regionally accredited educational institution in a related field for which the course work is considered by the board to be equivalent to that provided in clause (5)(i);
(6) will agree to conduct all professional activities as a licensed marriage and family therapist in accordance with a code of ethics for marriage and family therapists to be adopted by the board; and
(7) has passed an examination approved by the board by rule.