Frequenty Asked Questions: PharmD Program

Each year, we accept 114 students.

Although the majority of our students are from Pennsylvania, we draw students from across the United States and internationally.

Answer. Yes, beginning in the Fall.

No. This is true regardless of your educational background. Each student enters our program as a first year PharmD student.

Admission is competitive and is based on all aspects of the application. A science GPA of a 3.0 and a PCAT composite score of 70% are considered competitive.

No, only the pre-pharmacy requirements are required.

The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) is optional and will be considered in the holistic application review process for applicants who have reported scores. We do not require the GRE.

Yes, credits are accepted from any accredited US institution and select Canadian institutions. Course grades must be letter grades of C or better.

We notify every applicant via email on the day he/she is accepted.

We immediately contact you after the admissions committee makes a decision. First, by email and then followed up with an official letter to your preferred mailing address. Therefore, it is very important to keep contact information updated.

Yes. You will have to submit a new application through PharmCAS as well as a new Supplemental Application. It is suggested that you meet with an Admissions Specialist in the School of Pharmacy to provide you with helpful information regarding your reapplication. To schedule, please contact the office at 412-383-9000.

PharmCAS application:
March 1