Wyoming Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Wyoming

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Wyoming.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1200 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record

Application also requires:

  • $75 fee

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Wyoming also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Wyoming, pharmacists need 12 CE (continuing education) credits every year.

For more information, visit the Wyoming Board of Pharmacy.

http://pharmacyboard.state.wy.us/

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Wisconsin Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Wisconsin

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Wisconsin.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1500 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record
  • Medical history

Application also requires:

  • $155 fee

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Wisconsin also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Wisconsin, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.

For more information, visit the Wisconsin Board of Pharmacy.

http://dsps.wi.gov/Default.aspx?Page=50667d91-727c-4c8c-9236-a643a06a5bb0

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West Virginia Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in West Virginia

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of West Virginia.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1500 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record
  • At least 18 years of age

Application also requires:

  • Must pass Errors and Ommissions exam

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

West Virginia also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in West Virginia, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.  Two credits must be on end of life care education.  Six live credits.

For more information, visit the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy.

http://www.wvbop.com/

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Washington Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Washington

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Washington.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 300 internship hours (does not include school externship hours)
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record
  • Medical history

Application also requires:

  • $145 application fee
  • At least 7 hours of AIDS education

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Washington also allows licensure by reciprocity for $335.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Washington, pharmacists need 15 CE (continuing education) credits every year.

For more information, visit the Washington Board of Pharmacy.

http://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/Pharmacist.aspx

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Virginia Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Virginia

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Virginia.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the Virginia Pharmacy Law Exam
  • 1500 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Virginia also allows licensure by endorsement.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Virginia, pharmacists need 15 CE (continuing education) credits every year.

For more information, visit the Virginia Board of Pharmacy.

http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/Pharmacy/

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Vermont Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Vermont

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Vermont.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1740 internship hours (only 1240 hours can be from school externship)
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record

Application also requires:

  • $110 application fee
  • Passport style photo

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Vermont also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Vermont, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.  Ten credits need to be live.

For more information, visit the Vermont Board of Pharmacy.

https://www.sec.state.vt.us/professional-regulation/list-of-professions/pharmacy.aspx

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Utah Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Utah

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Utah.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1500 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record

Application also requires:

  • $250 application fee

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Utah also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Utah, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.  Fifteen credits must be about drug therapy and patient management.  One law credit.  Twelve credits must be live.

For more information, visit the Utah Board of Pharmacy.

http://www.dopl.utah.gov/licensing/pharmacy.html

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Texas Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Texas

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Texas.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1500 internship hours
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record
  • At least 18 years of age

Application also requires:

  • Copy of birth certificate
  • Copy of Social Security Card
  • Copy of official identification with photo and signature
  • $103 fee

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Texas also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Texas, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.

For more information, visit the Texas Board of Pharmacy.

http://www.pharmacy.texas.gov/

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Tennessee Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in Tennessee

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of Tennessee.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 1500 internship hours (only 1100 hours can be from school externships)
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record
  • At least 21 years of age

Application also requires:

  • $50 application fee, $165 licensure fee, $10 regulatory fee
  • Passport style photo
  • Mandatory Practitioner Profile Questionnaire

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

Tennessee also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in Tennessee, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.  Fifteen credits need to be live.

For more information, visit the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy.

https://www.tn.gov/health/article/pharmacy-applications

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South Dakota Pharmacist License

Pharmacist in South Dakota

A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in the state of South Dakota.

Requirements include:

  • Must pass the NAPLEX
  • Must pass the MPJE
  • 2000 internship hours (260 hours must be from outside of school externship)
  • Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
  • No criminal record

Application also requires:

  • $35 fee
  • Copy of government issued photo identification

Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:

  • Must pass FPGEE
  • Must pass TOEFL

South Dakota also allows licensure by reciprocity.

To maintain a pharmacist license in South Dakota, pharmacists need 12 CE (continuing education) credits every year.

For more information, visit the South Dakota Board of Pharmacy.

http://doh.sd.gov/boards/pharmacy/

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