Phase I - Submission of Documents
Students must submit the following documents to the College of Pharmacy at least four months prior to their intended enrollment date:
- Completed application form.
- Designated application fee.
- Official transcripts of all college course work.
- Proof of current licensure in one of the states or territories of the United States or Canada
- Three letters of recommendation - one from the applicant's current supervisor or employer and two from professional colleagues.
Submission of the above documents does not ensure admission to the program. An assessment process will be initiated to review the documents. If the student meets the academic and professional assessment criteria, they will be encouraged to participate in Phase II of the application process.
Phase II - Assessment
Once the student has competed the first phase of the admissions process, a notice will be sent from the College to proceed with the second phase. The second phase consists of two assessment activities:
- Each student must schedule an on-campus interview. This will allow students to meet members of the faculty with whom they will be interacting throughout their studies and ask questions about the program. The interview will give faculty members an opportunity to meet each student and learn about their professional achievements and goals.
- During the student's visit to campus, they will be asked to complete a writing assessment and an examination designated as a tool to assist both the student and the faculty in evaluating the student's baseline knowledge of clinical pharmacy.
If you would like more information on our nontraditional program, please feel free to utilize the following resources:
- Admissions Criteria
- Application Information
- Didactic Information
- Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Information
- Student Handbook
Questions or comments? Please e-mail us.