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.

New Pharmacist Application - email with the following information:
                -Type of application requested
examination/score transfer or 
                            - reciprocity/license transfer application
                - Mailing address

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 

Legal Name Change 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.