Founded in 1881, Concordia University Wisconsin was one of the state's earliest institutions of higher learning and is currently the second largest private university in Wisconsin, with almost 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students. It is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan in suburban Mequon, Wisconsin, just minutes from downtown Milwaukee. Concordia's commitment to health care education can be seen through its nationally recognized programs in nursing, physical therapy and occupational therapy. The pharmacy school is an excellent complement to the existing programs and encourages interdisciplinary approaches to health care education. What you can expect:
* Personalized instruction and small class sizes (student-to-teacher ratio of 10:1)
* Practice experiences in the pharmacy as early as the P1 year
* Well-planned, high-quality rotations using outcomes-focused training
* Student representation on committees* Interdisciplinary educational opportunities* Ethics-infused curriculum
* Interactive case-based educational methods
* State of the art new pharmacy building
* Caring faculty with extensive pharmaceutical and/or educational backgrounds
* Clinically relevant technology
* Community service to foster an appreciation for others
* Faith-based environment dedicated to your spiritual, mental and physical well being
* Multiple student organizations for professional development, networking and social opportunities
For more information: http://www.cuw.edu/pharmacy
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Chemistry I with Lab||4||6|
|General Chemistry II with Lab||4||6|
|Biology I with Lab||4||6|
|Biology II with Lab||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry I with Lab||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry II with Lab||4||6|
|Physics I with Lab||4||6|
|Physics II with Lab||4||6|
|Calculus (for math and/or science majors)||4||6|
|English Composition or Writing Course||3||4|
|Speech, Communications or Public Speaking Course||2-3||4|
|Economics (micro, macro or general course)||3||4|
|General Education Electives||21||36|
General education electives include any course not offered through a math or science department.
All non-US citizens with less than ten (10) years of academic experience in an English-speaking environment.
Applicants must also provide documentation that they have completed all required immunizations prior to matriculation. Students must complete a background check, a Wisconsin care giver background check and a drug screen.
The applicant will be assessed in the following areas: motivation to pursue a PharmD/practice pharmacy; recognition of pharmacist's role; integrity; maturity; time-management; self-confidence/assertiveness; professionalism; ability to articulate clearly; previous/ongoing commitment to service; evidence of leadership; potential for strong academic performance and overall presentation.