College of Pharmacy
SUCOP will be considering Pharm.D. applications past the March 1st deadline. Applicants must create a PharmCAS account, and contact email@example.com for consideration.
- Contact Information
- Program Deadline
- Program Information
- Program Description
- Program Statistics and Criteria
- Program Prerequisites
- Supplemental Application
- Foreign Applicants
- Letters of Reference
- Accepted Applicants
PharmCAS Application and Transcript Deadline for the class entering fall of 2017: March 1, 2017
Applications cannot be processed until candidates complete their Supplemental Application.
*Link to complete - https://secure.sullivan.edu/adultenrollment/collegeofpharmacy.aspx
- Institution Type: Private
- Is your institution part of an academic health center? No
- Type of academic term:
- If Other, please list: Sullivan operates on a quarter system (four quarters per year). Classes are held year-round with a two week break between quarters. Quarters are 10 weeks, week 11 is finals and then two weeks of break.
- Dual Degree Programs Yes
- If Yes, Check all that apply:
- Structure of your PharmD program: 2-3 (two years prepharmacy required; accelerated)
- Is a Baccalaureate degree preferred for admissions? No
- Open House Information:
- Does your institution participate in the Early Decision Program (EDP)? Yes
- Alternative enrollment options available
- Accelerated progression (year-round classes)
- Is your institution participating in the Centralized Criminal Background Check (CBC)? Yes
- Is your institution participating in the PharmCAS-facilitated Drug Screening Service? No
- Satellite/Branch Campuses:
Sullivan University College of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.) degree program is an accelerated, three year, year-round course of study. Classes are conducted in each of 4 quarters with a two week break between quarters. Please refer to our website (http://www.sullivan.edu/college-of-pharmacy) for further information.
- Estimated number planning to interview for fall 2017 entering class: 250
- Estimated number planning to accept for fall 2017 entering class: 90
- Estimated fall 2017 entering class size including early assurance: 90
- Estimated number of early assurance students advancing to the professional program in 2017: N/A
- Is preference given to in-state applicants vs. out-of-state applicants? No
- Number of IN-STATE seats available for fall 2017 entering class: N/A
- Number of OUT-OF-STATE seats available for fall 2017 entering class: N/A
- Minimum overall GPA considered: Competitive
- Minimum prerequisite GPA considered: Competitive
- Minimum composite PCAT score considered: Competitive
- Previous college experience prior to enrolling in the school/college of pharmacy: 3 or more years, no degree (>60 sem hrs)
- Estimated percent of males in 2016 entering class: 48%
- Estimated percent of females in 2016 entering class: 52%
- Estimated average GPA of accepted students in 2016 entering class: 3.40
- Age RANGE of entering students for fall 2016 class: 19-45 (approximate)
- Ratio of applications received to the number of first-year students enrolled in fall 2016 class: 4:1
- Total number of college SEMESTER HOURS that must be completed prior to matriculation: 72
- Total number of basic science college SEMESTER HOURS that must be completed prior to matriculation: 36
- Total number of college QUARTER HOURS that must be completed prior to matriculation: 108
- Applicants must successfully complete ALL course prerequisites by the end of the: Spring 2017 term
Course Prerequisites Table:
|English with Composition I and II
|Principles of General Chemistry I and II with Labs
|Organic Chemistry I and II with labs
|Elements of Calculus I
|General Biology with Lab
|General Microbiology with Lab
|Human Anatomy and Physiology
|Economics (Micro or Macro)
|Public speaking (or Communication course)
|General Education Topics/ Electives (3 or 4 credit hour courses)
- Additional Information:
Biology, chemistry, and microbiology courses must include a laboratory component. A lab is optional for human anatomy and physiology.
Please refer to our website at:
http://sullivan.edu/college-of-pharmacy/admission-requirements/ for more information.
- Does your program accept AP credits for prerequisite coursework? Yes
- Supplemental Application required? Yes
- PCAT required? No
A standardized test score is required. The PCAT is preferred. We recommend that candidates take the exam at the earliest possible testing date in order to expedite processing of applications. Candidates should not wait until the final testing dates as the class may be filled by the time results are received. Additionally, we highly recommend that students study for the exam prior taking.
Other standardized test scores may be considered (e.g. GRE, MCAT, etc.).
- Note: select PharmCAS Code 104 to report PCAT scores directly to PharmCAS.
- TOEFL® required? Yes
- Other required tests or credentials:
- Is health care-related experience required? Not required but recommended
- Is proof of state residency required? No
- Details: US Citizenship, or permanent residency, is required of all applicants.
- Is preference given to state residents? No
- Is preference given to residents of other states? No
LOR types that are NOT ACCEPTED:
Are Committee Letters accepted? Yes
Are Composite Letters accepted? Yes
- A Committee Letter is: Recommended but Not Required
- Does it count as more than one LOR? No
- A Composite Letter is: Conditionally Accepted
- Does it count as more than one LOR? No
- Does your institution conduct interviews? Yes
- Interview Format:
- Multiple applicants with one or more interviewers
- Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)
- Interview Dates:
Sullivan has adopted the Multiple Mini Interview process whereby applicants selected for an interview are evaluated at each of five stations by a combination of faculty, students, alumni and preceptors for important non-cognitive factors/traits. In addition, there is a writing exercise and a group activity to ascertain abiltiy to work in groups as well as discern leadership potential of the applicants. Applicants will also recieved a tour and time to ask questions of current students and faculty.
- When are acceptance letters mailed to regular applicants? Letters are sent within approximately two weeks of the interview date. Candidates will be informed upon interview of the timeline. Timelines vary depending on the time of year.
- When is the response to the acceptance offer due? Seven business days from date of receipt of the Dean's letter.
- Is there a deposit to hold an acceptee's place in the class? Yes
- Amount: $500.00
- Due: With the student's response
- Refundable? No
- Details: Deposits are non-refundable. The deposit is applied to the first quarter's tuition.
- New Student Orientation Information:
- First day of classes and/or matriculation: July 5, 2017
- Are requests for deferred entrance considered? Yes
- Details: This will be considered on a case by case basis.