Am I Eligible for GCAPP? 

To be eligible for enrollment in the GCAPP program, students must obtain:

  • Advanced pharmacy degree from an accredited foreign institution
  • Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Examination Committee (FPGEC) Certification
  • Intern Pharmacist license from the California Board of Pharmacy

The GCAPP program is open to all eligible applicants.

Note: Applicants who have not yet completed the Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Exam (FPGEE) may enroll in the School of Pharmacy’s preparatory program.

How Can I Apply?

Application deadlines:

April 1 for August admission

September 1 for January admission

Conditional admission is possible if FPGEC certification is pending

What are the Application Requirements?

  1. Statement of purpose, indicating the field of desired training.
  2. Recent C.V.
  3. Pharmacy school transcripts (with official credential evaluation by WES, IERF, or other agencies)
  4. Confirmation of FPGEC Certification

How Much Does GCAPP Cost?

GCAPP Tuition & Fees*15-18 Credit Hours/Semester RateNotes

Semester 1: 3 Rotations + Capstone 1$31,391Additional one-time fees of $225 charged in first semester only.
Semester 2: 3 Rotations + Capstone 2$31,146Includes mandatory university fee of $1516/semester

Total 1 Year Cost$62,537