The North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination is designed to evaluate general practice knowledge and is taken by recent college of pharmacy graduates shortly after they receive their degree. Read more about the NAPLEX.
The Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination is designed to assess the application of regulations for specific states/jurisdictions and is taken by recent college of pharmacy graduates, licensed pharmacists who want to practice in another jurisdiction, and pharmacists who are FPGEC certified. Learn more.
The Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment is an essential tool used by colleges to evaluate their doctor of pharmacy curriculum. It allows students to become familiar with the examination process prior to sitting for the licensure exams after graduation. Read more.
Pharmacists educated outside of the United States are required to achieve FPGEC Certification and take the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination.