To apply for an Arizona intern license you must have the following qualifications:
- You must be enrolled and seated in class in a US university accredited pharmacist degree program, or be a recent (less than 1 year) graduate of an accredited program. (School must provide a letter or official transcript showing your attendance in the pharmacy program for that school. These documents must be the original documents and come directly from the school, we cannot accept from the applicant.)
- If you are a graduate of a foreign university, you must have an FPGEC certificate.
- You must also be a US citizen or a legal resident with permission to work in the United States and must meet all current US immigration policies. If you are here on a student F-1 visa or H-1B visa, please contact the Licensing Coordinator before submitting your application.
*Please be sure to read the Application Requirements below and select the correct application type as application fees are not refundable.
*Application Fee: $60.00 (this fee is nonrefundable)
READ: Application Requirements
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APPLY: Pharmacist Intern online application
** Please allow 2 months from the date you applied to call and check the status of your application. You can check the status of your application online here.
|License Type||Initial Application||Renewal Application|
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| Duplicate - license, permit or certificate||$10.00|| |
| • Intern licenses can not be renewed|
The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy no longer provides hardcopy verifications of licensure, however we are still able to offer this service via our website.
Use the options below to verify applications, licenses, and permits:
**Please note printing of this verification is not a license
Click here to verify the status of an application
Click here to verify a license
Click here to verify a permit
When verifying your application status should a "no records found" message appear, please try your search using the license/permit tab.
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-3214(C), a person may obtain additional public records related to any licensee or certificate holder, including dismissed complaints and nondisciplinary actions and orders, by contacting the Board directly. Please click here to submit a public records request.
NOTE: to expedite the application process as well as be more environmentally friendly, we ask that you please apply for any needed licenses online if at all possible (this does not apply to licenses with expiration dates prior to 10/31/2019 – these cannot be done online). If you require a hardcopy version of any applications not listed below, please email our staff.
Below are some of the more common statutes & rules associated with intern licenses.
For questions or additional information, please contact the Board office.