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All applicants from ASU who qualify for priority consideration for admission will be guaranteed an interview pending verification of required credentials during the admission process*.
The Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions will also reserve 20 positions in each first-year pharmacy class for ASU candidates who meet the guaranteed interview criteria and interview successfully. Applicants who are unable to meet the specified GPA, prerequisite requirements or the specified deadline will be reviewed on an individual basis.
* Qualifying for a guaranteed interview may not result in guaranteed admission. During the interview, students must express an appropriate rationale for the profession of pharmacy and demonstrate the interpersonal and communication skills necessary for the study and practice of pharmacy similar to that expected of other candidates.
A Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Creighton University prepares graduates to provide a level of care that treats the whole person. Students will expand their knowledge of disease state management, disease prevention, patient outcomes and wellness in a program that reflects changes in the practice of pharmacy and pharmaceutical care. Graduates of the program are well-positioned for employment in a wide range of health service settings, including private businesses, hospitals, clinics, and government, military, academic and research institutions.
Any ASU student who does not qualify for priority admission consideration is still welcome and strongly encouraged to apply for admission through regular application process with the Creighton University Doctor of Pharmacy program. Admission requirements for the agreement include:
|Creighton prerequisite course||ASU equivalent course|
|General Biology I||BIO 181: General Biology I (4 credit hours) OR BIO 281: Conceptual Approaches to Biology for Majors I (4 credit hours)|
|General Biology II||BIO 182: General Biology II (4 credit hours) OR BIO 282: Conceptual Approaches to Biology for Majors II (4 credit hours)|
|General Chemistry I||CHM 113: General Chemistry I with lab (4 credit hours) OR CHM 111 & CHM 117: General Chemistry for Majors I (4 credit hours)|
|General Chemistry II||CHM 116: General Chemistry II with lab (4 credit hours) OR CHM 112 & CHM 118: General Chemistry for Majors II (4 credit hours)|
|Organic Chemistry I||CHM 233 & CHM 237: General Organic Chemistry I with Lab (4 credit hours) OR CHM 333 & CHM 337: Organic Chemistry for Majors I (4 credit hours)|
|Organic Chemistry II||CHM 234 & CHM 238: General Organic Chemistry II with Lab (4 credit hours) OR CHM 334 & CHM 338: Organic Chemistry for Majors II (4 credit hours)|
|Human Anatomy||BIO 201: Human Anatomy and Physiology I & BIO 202: Human Anatomy and Physiology II (8 credit hours)|
|Calculus||MAT 270: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (4 credit hours)|
|English Composition I||ENG 101: First-Year Composition (3 credit hours)|
|English Composition II||ENG 102: First-Year Composition (3 credit hours)|
|Speech||COM 225: Public Speaking (3 credit hours)|
|Psychology||PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology (3 credit hours)|
|Microeconomics||ECN 212: Microeconomic Principles (3 credit hours)|
Beginning in 1993, the Creighton Doctor of Physical Therapy program was the first in the nation to offer the clinical doctorate in entry-level physical therapy education. The curriculum continues to evolve through integrated course content that reflects the dynamic and ever-changing health care landscape. Experienced faculty are national and international leaders in their areas of expertise who strive to mentor students to be the next leaders in the physical therapy profession. They are committed to leadership in clinical doctoral education through academic excellence, scholarly contributions to the profession, service to the local and international community, and fostering moral agency and professional values within our graduates.
To qualify for priority admission consideration and one of the reserved seats for ASU students, ASU admission candidates must meet the following criteria: