Applications cannot be processed until the Supplemental Application (including PCAT results) are received in the Office of Student Affairs.
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/pharmacy) for further information.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|English with Composition I and II||6||9|
|Principles of General Chemistry I and II with Labs||8||12|
|Organic Chemistry I and II with labs||8||12|
|Fundamentals of Physics I||3||4.5|
|Elements of Calculus I||3||4.5|
|Introductory Biology with Lab||4||6|
|General Microbiology with Lab||4||6|
|Anatomy and Physiology (human)||3||4.5|
|Economics (micro or macro)||3||4.5|
|Public speaking (or Speech or Interpersonal Communication courses)||3||4.5|
|General Education topics (Psychology, Humanities, Sociology, Foreign Languages, other Science or Management Courses)||24||36|
Biology, chemistry, microbiology courses must include a laboratory component. A lab is optional for physics and human anatomy and physiology.
Please refer to our website at http://www.sullivan.edu/pharmacy for more information.
Application is available on our website (http://www.sullivan.edu/pharmacy). Please click on "Apply Now" at the bottom right of the homepage.
The PCAt is required. 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.
Please refer to our website at http://www.sullivan.edu/pharmacy
All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by a recognized evaluatin service such as World Eduational Servces. Please refer to our website for additional information (http://www.sullivan.edu/pharmacy)
Sullivan has adopted the Multiple Mini Interview process whereby applicants selected for an interview are evaluated at each of seven 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.