The problem of designing controllers for nonlinear time periodic systems via feedback linearization is addressed. The idea is to find proper coordinate transformations and state feedback under which the original system can be (exactly or approximately) transformed into a linear time periodic control system. Then a controller can be designed to guarantee the stability of the system. Our approach is designed to achieve local control of nonlinear systems with periodic coefficients desired to be driven either to a periodic orbit or to a fixed point. The system equations are represented by a quasi-linear system containing nonlinear monomials with periodic coefficients. Using near identity transformations and normal form theory, the original close loop problem is approximately transformed into a linear time periodic system with unknown gains. Then by using a symbolic computation method, the Floquet multipliers are placed in the desired locations in order to determine the control gains. We also give the sufficient conditions under which the system is feedback linearizable up to the th order.