2. A candidate shall be entitled to a training equivalence if he demonstrates that he possesses knowledge equivalent to that acquired in earning a university diploma requiring a minimum of 55 credits in chemistry, including at least 18 credits in laboratory work and 30 credits in theory courses. His file must comprise:
(1) at least 12 credits in physical chemistry;
(2) at least 12 credits in organic chemistry;
(3) at least 9 credits in analytical chemistry;
(4) either a minimum of 9 credits in inorganic chemistry or a minimum of 9 credits in biochemistry, or a minimum of 12 credits in those two subjects together.