Title 26: Professions and Occupations
Chapter 36: PHARMACY
26 V.S.A. § 2042. Qualifications for licensure
§ 2042. Qualifications for licensure
(a) To obtain a license to engage in the practice of pharmacy, an applicant for licensure by examination shall:
(1) Have attained the age of majority;
(2) Have graduated and received the professional undergraduate degree from a school or college of pharmacy which has been approved by the board of pharmacy, or, for foreign-trained applicants, have successfully passed an examination demonstrating that their education was equivalent to the education at a board-approved school or college;
(3) If required by subdivision 2032(b)(3) of this title, have completed any internship program established by the board or demonstrated experience in the practice of pharmacy which meets or exceeds any internship requirement established under this chapter;
(4) Have successfully passed an examination required by the board of pharmacy;
(5) Paid the fees specified by this chapter.
(b) The board may license by endorsement an applicant who is licensed under the laws of another state whose requirements the board deems to be substantially equal to those of this state.
(c) Licensing standards promulgated by the board and its procedures shall be fair and reasonable and shall be designed and implemented to measure and reasonably ensure an applicant's qualifications to practice pharmacy. They shall not be designed or implemented for the purpose of limiting the number of licensees.
(d) If a licensee has a principal place of business, the license shall be prominently displayed at that place. (Added 1977, No. 266 (Adj. Sess.), § 1; amended 1981, No. 244 (Adj. Sess.), § 6; 1989, No. 250 (Adj. Sess.), § 52; 2009, No. 35, § 33a.)