We offer our PBA undergrads an Early Assurance option to the School of Pharmacy for full-time PBA students who complete the pre-professional requirements below:
Pre-Professional Course Requirements:
Admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program requires 66-67 semester hours of pre-professional education at an accredited college or university. Minimum specific course requirements are:
|English||6||1 course must be English Composition|
|General Chemistry I & II with Labs||
|General Biology I & II w/Labs||8|
|Human Anatomy & Physiology I &II with Labs||8|
|Microbiology with Lab||4|
Guaranteed Candidates MUST:
Pharmacy College Admission Test:
The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) should be taken during September or January, but no later than January of the year prior to application for admission to the School of Pharmacy. Students must score in at least the 70th percentile on the main composite score to qualify for Early Assurance.
Eligible students will be invited to an Interview Day at the School of Pharmacy. You will interview with a three-member interview team consisting of Pharmacy faculty, current Pharmacy students, alumni and employers. The Admissions Committee must recommend the student for admission.
Undergraduate Pre-Pharmacy Admission Program Checklist for PBA Students:
PBA students who fulfill the Early Assurance requirements will be required to apply through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS).
Students who transfer to PBA to complete their pre-pharmacy undergraduate requirements MAY be eligible for a guaranteed interview.
To qualify, a transfer student MUST:
Undergraduate Pre-Pharmacy Admission Program Checklist for Transfer Students:
Transfer students must meet the admission requirements for the Undergraduate Admission Office. Transcripts are required from all colleges and universities attended. For further details, contact our PBA undergraduate admissions office at 888-468-6722 or (561) 803-2100 or via e-mail.
Transfer Students Who Do Not Qualify For a Early Assurance:
Students who transfer to PBA but complete less than one full academic year at PBA or students who attend PBA but do not fulfill Early Assurance requirements are not eligible for the Undergraduate Pre-Pharmacy Program. Under these conditions, students should apply through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS). For further details, contact our PBA undergraduate admissions office at 888-468-6722 or (561) 803-2100 or via e-mail.