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Graduating Student Toolbox

Pre-NAPLEX Resources 

In preparation for your SC Board Exams NAPLEX/MPJE, the procedure has now changed and the SC Board of Pharmacy has an online application,

The SC Board of Pharmacy will accept your Certification of Clinical Experience and allow students to take their exams before getting the Official Transcripts. Note: you still have to complete and receive grades for all rotations.

  • Upload the items listed on the Licensure by Examination Instructions.
  • You will have to submit directly to the Board your Undergraduate Transcripts and your Professional College Transcripts.
    • To complete your professional college transcripts you can go online to Enrollment Services where you can complete and submit online the transcript request.
    • You can complete and submit the transcript request at any time however, you need to ask that enrollment services hold for Degree Posting, and give the address for the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy.
    • After graduation (it could be 7-10 days before these are sent and received by the SC Board of Pharmacy).
  • The SC Board of Pharmacy will accept your Certification of Clinical Experience form and allow students to take their exams before getting the Official Transcripts.
  • The Certification of Clinical Experience form will be completed and signed by the Dean and this will be available for you to pick up after you have completed and received grades for all of your rotations.
  • You cannot be “licensed” until you have taken and passed the NAPLEX/MPJE exams and the Board receives the transcripts, the application is incomplete without the transcripts.

IMPORTANT: Please complete the MUSC NABP Release Authorization form and return to Diane Reeves

All transcript requests are managed by the MUSC Office of Enrollment Management. You may locate and download a transcript request form from Registrar and Records

If you have questions, please contact the Office of Enrollment Management.

 
MUSC College of Pharmacy Closed January 3
Jan 2, 2018 4:44:00 PM EST

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) classes on the Charleston peninsula are cancelled on Wednesday, January 3 due to inclement winter weather conditions forecasted to begin impacting the area around 8 a.m....Read more...

 
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