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Academic and Admission Policies

School of Pharmacy academic policies (regarding such matters as academic and professional conduct, academic progress, honor roll, pass/fail registration, and independent study course work), can be found at PharmD and PharmTox Policies on the school website. It is essential that students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy become familiar with the policies.

Admission Policies and Procedures

Pharm.D. and B.S.-Pharmacology & Toxicology Admission

Admission to both programs is selective and competitive.

An overall cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 (or 3.20 over the most recent 60 semester credits) is required for admission to the Pharm.D. program.

Completion of the required School of Pharmacy course requirements does not guarantee admission. Each applicant's admission credentials are considered not only on their own merit, but also in comparison with the credentials of other applicants.

Information about the required elements of the applications can be found on the School of Pharmacy website.