Official transcripts must be sent to the University Registrar. Some courses do not transfer to UF. Check with UF before applying especially for transfer of courses from Community Colleges or for transfer before the first professional year.
The University of Findlay College of Pharmacy offers an accredited doctor of pharmacy program. It is primarily a direct-entry, 0+6 program, however some transfer openings occur each year.
What makes Findlay different?
Please visit http://www.findlay.edu/academics/colleges/cphm/default.htm for more information.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology||4|
|Calculus 1 and 2||8|
|College Writing 2||3|
|Introduction to Technical Communication||3|
|Computer Science or Speech Competency||3|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||8|
|Health Care Ethics||3|
|General Education, from Fine Arts, Social Science and Foreign Language||9|
Biology and chemistry courses must be for majors and include a laboratory component.
Students who apply to the University of Findlay and meet minimum pharmacy standards will automatically be sent a supplemental application. Any questions can be handled by the University office of Admissions, 419 434 4540
All students for whom English is a second language must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Currently, for the paper-based test, the minimum requirement for admission to the College of Pharmacy is a score of 600 overall. For the Internet-based test (IBT), the minimum requirement for admission is an overall score of 100 subset scores of at least 22 for reading, 22 for listening, 26 for speaking and 24 for writing.
We evaluate transcripts ourselves. No other system is used.
Although we accept letters of reference, they are not counted in the decision process.
Only select students will be invited to interview. The in-person interview is mandatory for all students who wish to have their application considered further. The opportunity to interview will be based on your completed Pharmacy application, UF application, transcripts and test scores. Interviews for transfer students will be set up individually most likely in December and May.
On your interview day, you will be asked to write a short essay and will interview, one-on-one, with a College of Pharmacy faculty member or administrator. Each interview will be approximately 30 minutes in length and is an important part of the admission decision. Writing materials for the essay will be furnished. The only item you will need to bring is a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license.