New Pharmacist Application - email to request packet.

There are two types of pharmacist licensure: Examination/Score Transfer or Reciprocity (often referred to as License Transfer). Each of these requires a criminal background check, so please email, provide your mailing address, and ask for the appropriate application packet to be mailed to you.

Pharmacist Renewal Application 

Pharmacist Immunization Application  
Pharmacist Immunization Renewal Application  

Preceptor Pharmacist Application  
Preceptor Pharmacist Renewal Application 
Intern Evaluation Report

Reinstatement – If your Wyoming Pharmacist license has lapsed and you would like to reinstate, email, provide your mailing address and ask for a Pharmacist Reinstatement Packet to be mailed to you. For more information, see Chapter 2, Section 17 of the Board’s rules.

Change of Address/Employment Form 


Who qualifies as a foreign pharmacy graduate in the state of Wyoming? 
  • All students who received their pharmacy degree at a recognized school of pharmacy outside of the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico. This includes citizens of the United States that received their degree in a different country. Foreign nationals who completed their education in the United States or graduated from an ACPE accredited school are not considered to be foreign pharmacy graduates.
How can a foreign pharmacy graduate become a registered pharmacist in the state of Wyoming? 
  • All foreign pharmacy graduates must obtain a FPGEC certificate issued by the Foreign Pharmacy Graduation Education Committee. Certification requires: 
  • Verification of education equivalency of a foreign applicant's pharmacy education; 
  • An applicant's licensure or registration as a pharmacist outside the United States; 
  • Passing the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination (FPGEE); 
  • Obtaining a total score of 550 or higher on the paper based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or 213 or higher on the computer-based TOEFL; 
  • 50 or higher on the Test of Spoken English (TSE); 
  • Or in lieu of the TOEFL AND TSE, obtaining an acceptable score for the Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT), with minimal scores of: 18 for listening, 21 for reading, 26 for speaking, and 24 for writing. 
All graduates, including foreign pharmacy graduates, must also complete the following: 
  • Complete a "Pharmacist Licensure by Examination" application including fees and fingerprints; 
  • Pass the NAPLEX with a minimum score of 75; 
  • Pass the MPJE for Wyoming with a minimum score of 75; 
  • Have 1200 hours of practical experience as a licensed pharmacy intern; 
  • Complete all requirements within 2 years of the date of application; 
  • Meet requirements of W.S. 33-24-116.