PharmCAS Application and UNT System College of Pharmacy Course Verification Form must be submitted to initiate processing. ALL APPLICANTS MUST USE MIDDLE NAME OR INITIAL. No exceptions.
IMPORTANT - ALL applicants must use middle name or middle initial. Applications will not be processed without middle name/initial. DO NOT CAPITALIZE first, middle or last name on either application.
All questions related to our pharmacy program, please email email@example.com
Email is our preferred mode of communication. Prospective applicant emails are monitored daily. However, they are not monitored on the weekends or holidays.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Biology I with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|General Biology II with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|Microbiology with lab (for science majors)||4|
|Human Anatomy & Physiology with Lab OR Anatomy with lab (a stand-alone Anatomy course will be accepted) A stand-alone Physiology course will NOT be accepted. A&P II will NOT be accepted.||3 or 4|
|Genetics (for science majors)||3|
|General Chemistry I with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|General Chemistry II with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|Organic Chemistry I with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|Organic Chemistry II with Lab (for science majors)||4|
|Physics with Lab (Math based - Algebra/Calculus for science majors)||4|
|Calculus (any discipline will be accepted) Pre-Calculus will NOT be accepted.||3 or 4|
|Statistics (any discipline will be accepted)||3|
|English Composition I||3|
|English Composition II||3|
|Literature - Sophomore level Course syllabus must show 3-4 term papers required in the course||3|
|U.S. History I||3|
|U.S. History II||3|
|Political Science (U.S. Government)||3|
|Fine Arts & Humanities elective||3|
|Social & Behavioral Science elective||3|
Your PharmCAS ID number will be required to complete the UNT System College of Pharmacy Course Verification Form. Your application file will not be reviewed until the PharmCAS (Verified) and UNT System College of Pharmacy Course Verification Form have been completely submitted.
Last PCAT accepted for the 2016-2017 application cycle is November 2016. This includes all tests administered throughout the month of November, 2016. Tests taken after November 2016 will not be considered for the 2016-2017 application cycle.
Application will not be processed without a PCAT composite score. Failure to submit a PCAT score by the given deadline will result in an incomplete application.
UNT System College of Pharmacy does not accept evaluations from WES or any other foreign transcript evaluation service. All prerequisite coursework must be completed in the U.S., regardless of foreign transcript evaluation services in the U.S.
IMPORTANT - If invited to interview and your status is US Permanent Resident, you will be required to present proof upon checking in with the Admissions Office.
Letters of recommendation must be from a person who can comment on your academic, volunteer, and or employment experiences and attributes.
Letters of recommendation from family members, co-workers and friends will not be accepted. Your EVALUATORS should NOT list themselves as your friend - even if they are a pharmacist, professor or supervisor. Evaluators should comment about you in a professional capacity, not as a friend.
If these instructions are not followed, and we exlude one or more LOR's, an applicant will become ineligible and their application file will be closed as incomplete.
NO LOR'S FROM FAMILY, CO-WORKERS OR FRIENDS
Interview half-day (4) hours begins with check-in at the Admssions Office. Applicants will need to provide a picture ID and proof of US Permanent Residence (if required) at check-in. No exceptions. Applicants arriving 10 or more minutes late will need to reschedule their interview.
Applicants will be instructed to write a 30-minute handwritten essay which will later be compared to submitted PharmCAS essay. The Dean or designee and admission director will present a brief overview of UNTHSC and the UNT System College of Pharmacy.
Applicants will have one (1) interview with two (2) faculty, administrative staff and or community pharmacist. Time and weather permitting, a campus tour will be conducted. Interviewees are welcome to tour our beautiful 33 acre campus adjacent to the Fort Worth Cultural District. Wear comfortable walking shoes if you plan to tour the campus.
Interviews for the UNT System College of Pharmacy will begin in either September or October, 2016 and end approximately in March 2016 if not sooner, depending on number of applications and qualified applicants received. Interview day and time is sent to applicant via email communication.
Interview No-Shows will be reported to PharmCAS as required.
Applicants not adhering to PharmCAS Applicant Code of Conduct will also be reported to PharmCAS.