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You are encouraged to meet with a pre-health advisor at least once a semester to discuss options for careers in medicine, opportunities to gain relevant experience, discussing the best time to apply, preparation for the GRE, the OTCAS application, and much more. For more information, schedule an appointment with your advisor.
To earn a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree, students will need to complete four academic years of professional pharmacy study.
Calculate your science and overall GPA to determine your competitiveness.
Begin collecting letters of recommendation.
Take PCAT no later than June.
PharmCAS opens. Submit as soon as possible.
You may start receiving supplemental applications or be invited to interview during this time.
Deadlines to submit.