151.10 QUALIFICATIONS OF APPLICANTS.
Subdivision 1. Graduates of schools in good standing.
To be entitled to examination by the
board as a pharmacist the applicant shall be of good moral character, at least 18 years of age, and
shall be a graduate of the College of Pharmacy of the University of Minnesota or of a college
or school of pharmacy in good standing of which the board shall be the judge and shall have
completed internship requirements as prescribed by the board.
Subd. 2. Graduates of schools outside the United States.
An applicant who is a graduate of
a school or college of pharmacy located outside the United States, when that school or college of
pharmacy has not been recognized by the board as a school in good standing, may be entitled
to examination for licensure by the board if the applicant is of good moral character, at least 18
years of age, has completed the internship requirements prescribed by the board, has provided
verification of the applicant's academic record and graduation, and has successfully passed
examinations approved by the board to establish proficiency in English and equivalency of
education with graduates of schools or colleges of pharmacy which the board has determined to
be in good standing.
History: (5808-10) 1937 c 354 s 10; 1941 c 78 s 2; 1973 c 639 s 3; 1973 c 725 s 20; 1976 c
222 s 84; 1984 c 426 s 1; 1986 c 444