Applying for a Texas Pharmacist License

IMPORTANT: Based on Board rule 283.9, once a Pharmacist applicant has successfully completed all requirements for licensure, a license will be issued with a 30 day expiration date. The first renewal fee must be paid within the first 30 days of licensure.


APPLY BY EXAM/SCORE TRANSFER

This application should be used for those seeing to obtain a new pharmacist license in the state of Texas either by Examination (completing the BOTH NAPLEX + MPJE Testing) or by Score Transfer (Transferred NAPLEX Score + MPJE Testing)
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APPLY BY RECIPROCITY (LICENSE TRANSFER)

This application should be used by pharmacist who are currently licensed in a state other than Texas who are seeking to reciprocate or transfer their license to Texas and did not complete the Score Transfer with NABP (License Transfer + MPJE Testing)
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FOREIGN PHARMACY GRADUATES

Additional information for a pharmacist whose undergraduate pharmacy degree was conferred outside the United States
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RELICENSURE APPLICATIONS

For pharmacists who once held a Texas license that is now expired
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FAQS FOR NEW PHARMACISTS

Are you a new Texas pharmacist? Visit this page for more information on what you should know as a newly licensed Texas pharmacist
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TESTING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Information for those who may require special accommodation in taking the examinations
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