Applicants applying for a license to practice pharmacy by
examination must be a graduate of:
A generally recognized school or college of pharmacy located in the United
States, being one who has obtained candidate status or is approved by the
American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (A.C.P.E.); or
(2) A school or college of pharmacy located
outside of the United States, provided that graduates of such foreign schools
or college may be deemed qualified to apply to practice as pharmacists or
pharmacy interns if and only if the Board, after a review of the graduate's
verified academic records, finds that the graduate is qualified and, in the
case of a graduate who seeks licensure as a pharmacist, has passed the Foreign
Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination (FPGEC), and the Test of Spoken
English, and the Test of English as a foreign language, all administered by the
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. (NABP)
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs.
Original Rule entitled
"Education" adopted. F. Mar. 21, 2001;
eff. Apr. 10, 2001.
New Rule of same title adopted. F. July 28,
2004; eff. August 17, 2004.