Wayne State University Pharmacy

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Contacts

Website: http://cphs.wayne.edu/pharmacy/index.php
Phone: 313-577-1716
Admissions e-mail: cphsinfo@wayne.edu

Program Information

Curriculum

  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
  • 4 years in length
  • Class size: 100

Admissions Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree: Two years
  • Required Courses
    • BIO 1510 - Basic Life Mechanisms
    • BIO 2200 - Introductory Microbiology
    • BIO 2870 + BIO 3200
    • HM 1220/1230 - General Chemistry I & Lab
    • HM 1240/1250 - Organic Chemistry I & Lab
    • CHM 2220/2230 - Organic Chemistry II & Lab
    • MAT 2010 - Calculus I
    • PHY 2130/2131 - General Physics I & Lab
    • ENG 1020 - Introductory College Writing (BC)
    • PS 1010 - American Government (AI)
    • COM 1010 - Oral Communication (OC)
  • Program Prerequisite Changes Effective FALL 2016!!!
    • CHM 5600 Biochemistry ADDED
    • STA 1020 Elementary Statistics ADDED
    • PS 1010 American Government DELETED

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GPA

  • Minimum: 3.0(4.0 scale)
  • All prerequisite coursework must be completed with a "C"/2.0 or higher.
  • All science prerequisite coursework must be completed within 6 years of the time of application submission.
  • Average student accepted to the program had a prerequisite GPA of 3.6

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PCAT

  • Minimum score: with a minimum composite score of 50th percentile or higher, as well as 50th percentile or higher in chemistry, quantitative and biology sections, and 25th percentile or higher in verbal and reading sections.
  • The most recent PCAT scores will be considered
  • The PCAT must be taken before November 1 application deadline to qualify for this application cycle. Scores older than 5 years will not be accepted.

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Supporting Documents

  • The interview day will consist of the following:
    • An interview
    • An extemporaneous writing sample
    • A tour of the facilities and interaction with our current students and faculty

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Interview

  • The interview day will consist of the following:
    • An interview
    • An extemporaneous writing sample
    • A tour of the facilities and interaction with our current students and faculty

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Timeline 2013-2014

  • Rolling admissions policy
  • November 1: Deadline to submit the PharmCAS application

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Tuition 2013-2014

  • First year tuition (Resident) - $20,298.70
  • First year tuition (International student) - $38,789.20

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