Requirements for Pharm.D. Program Transfer Students

The School of Pharmacy accepts applications from academically talented students seeking to transfer from accredited two and four-year colleges throughout the United States to transfer into the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Program. Undergraduate transfer students may choose either the Traditional pathway or the Online pathway.

Undergraduate transfer students who meet the course requirements and successfully complete the entry level six-year Doctor of Pharmacy program will be awarded a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy Foundations.

Minimum Requirements

  • Competitive GPA
  • No grades below "C"
  • Prerequisite courses are accepted from two-year or four-year U.S colleges and universities or its equivalent
  • Accepted applicants will be required to complete a background check conducted by Castle Branch prior to matriculating to the School of Pharmacy.

Selected applicants will be invited to interview.

Transfer Student Prerequisite Courses

Prerequisites must come from an accredited two-year or four-year U.S. colleges/universities or equivalent.

Course Title Credits
General Biology I & Lab 4
General Biology II & Lab 4
General Chemistry I & Lab 4
General Chemistry II & Lab 4
General Physics 3
Organic Chemistry I & Lab 4
Organic Chemistry II & Lab 4
Calculus 4
Statistics 3
English Composition & Literature 6
Humanities 24
Total Prerequisite Credits 64