64B16-26.203. Pharmacist Licensure by Examination (U.S. Graduates); Application  


Effective on Thursday, September 15, 2016
  • 1Applicants who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and a recipient of a degree from a school or college of pharmacy accredited by an accrediting agency recognized and approved by the United States Department of Education may apply to take the licensure examination.

    46(1) All applications for licensure by examination must be made on board approved form DHMQA 101, Pharmacist Examination Application for U.S. Graduates and Instructions, 07/16, which is hereby incorporated by reference, and which can be 81obtained from 83http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07403, 85the Board of Pharmacy, 4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin #C04, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3254, 98or the Board’s website at 103http://floridaspharmacy.gov/Applications/app-pharmacist-exam-us-pr-grad.pdf104. The application must be accompanied with an examination fee and an initial license fee as set forth in Rules 64B16125-26.1001 and 12764B16-26.1002, 128F.A.C.

    129(2) 130In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), t139he applicant must submit proof of completion of an internship program provided by either an accredited school or college of pharmacy or a state board of pharmacy or jointly by both, provided that the program meets the requirements of Rule 17964B16-26.2033, 180F.A.C.

    181(3) An applicant must reapply 186if all requirements for licensure are not met within one (1) year of the receipt of the application.

    204(4) Passing examination scores may be used upon reapplication only if the examination was completed within three (3) years of the reapplication.

    226Rulemaking Authority 228456.013(1), 229465.005 FS. 231Law Implemented 233456.013(1), 234456.025(3), 235465.007 FS. 237History–New 10-17-79, Formerly 21S-12.04, 21S-12.004, Amended 7-31-91, 10-14-91, Formerly 21S-26.203, 61F10-26.203, Amended 7-1-97, Formerly 59X-26.203, Amended 8-17-99, 10-15-01, 1-2-02, 1-12-03, 1-11-05, 2-18-08, 5-26-09, 5-11-10, 9-15-16.

     

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