Pharmacist in Georgia
A license is necessary to practice pharmacy in Georgia.
- Must pass the NAPLEX
- Must pass the MPJE
- 1500 internship hours
- Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
- No criminal record
- Must be at least 18 years of age
Application also requires:
- $250 application fee and practical exam fee, $50 wall certificate fee
- Georgia Practical Exam
- Copy of government issued document for identification
Foreign graduates and non-US citizen have additional requirements:
- Must pass FPGEE
- Must pass TOEFL
Georgia also allows licensure by reciprocity, except from California.
To maintain a pharmacist license in Georgia, pharmacists need 30 CE (continuing education) credits every 2 years.
For more information, visit the Georgia Board of Pharmacy.