Pharmacy - Pharm.D.

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Degree & Major: Pharmacy - Pharm.D.
College Name: College of Pharmacy
   
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Degree Requirements

College-wide Requirements

University-wide Requirements

 
Description: The College of Pharmacy provides for the comprehensive academic needs of the profession of pharmacy. The College’s doctor of pharmacy degree program prepares students for the practice of pharmacy and the delivery of pharmaceutical care. Its graduate program prepares individuals for professional specialization and careers in teaching and research. The post-graduate educational needs of the profession are met through the College’s continuing education program. Faculty research supports all of these programs and contributes to the advancement of the body of pharmaceutical knowledge.

To be admitted to the professional program in the College of Pharmacy, a student must have completed 69 semester hours of specified pre-pharmacy coursework. The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) is required for admission, and applicants are encouraged to take it early, with the January test score prior to desired fall semester matriculation being the last one which can be considered for admission purposes. The College of Pharmacy will use an applicant's highest PCAT score. For complete information concerning the pre-pharmacy curriculum, refer to the College of Pharmacy section of this Bulletin.
 
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