To be considered for admission to USJ's Pharm.D. program, you must first meet the following prerequisites. Contact us for more information.
Competitive candidates should achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 on a four-point scale and a minimum GPA of 2.8 in the 50 semester credits of required prerequisite courses, with no grade below a "C" (C-minus grades are not accepted).
In addition, all candidates must:
Biological Sciences – Minimum 12 semester credits or 18 quarter units:
Chemistry – Minimum 16 semester credits or 24 quarter units:
Physics – Minimum four semester credits or six quarter units:
Mathematics – Minimum six to seven semester credits, or eight to 10 quarter units:
English – Minimum six semester credits or eight quarter units:
Oral Communication – Minimum three semester credits or four quarter units:
Economics – Minimum three semester credits or four quarter units:
Additional Health-related Science Courses - at least 6 semester credits or 8 quarter units
Behavioral Sciences – At least six semester credits or eight quarter units:
Humanities/Fine Arts – At least six semester credits or eight quarter units:
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