MCPHS will accept applications beyond March 2 for candidates with an existing PharmCAS application. To submit your application to MCPHS-Manchester, contact Barbara.Jellie@mcphs.edu for assistance.
The Worcester, MA and Manchester, NH campuses offer accelerated programs designed exclusively for transfer students. The Manchester, NH campus is a satellite of the Worcester, MA campus and shares full-accredited status through the Worcester program. Students attend classes in Manchester, while the instructors and other students are based in Worcester. Sophisticated technology and interactive videoconferencing are utilized to deliver the core courses and some electives to the Manchester campus. Some electives, all labs, and some didactic courses are taught on-site by Manchester-based faculty and qualified adjunct faculty, similar to the Worcester campus.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences provides a unique academic environment to guide and support students toward successful, sustainable careers and leadership in health care. As a private independent institution with a long and distinguished history of specializing in health sciences education, the College offers traditional and non-traditional programs that embody teaching excellence, active scholarship and research, professional service, and community outreach. For students who aspire to become practicing pharmacists and have completed their pre-professional coursework at a regionally accredited college or university, this year-round, full-time, 34-month program (2 years of classroom instruction, 10 months of advanced rotations) provides an intensive professional course of study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences School of Pharmacy-Worcester/Manchester is one of only a handful of institutions in the country that offers this type of accelerated PharmD program. The program educates students to become critical thinkers and responsible health care professionals. Graduates are eligible to sit for board examinations and become licensed pharmacists. Some states require accumulation of intern hours as well.
All admission and application data listed below is composite data for both the Manchester, NH and Worcester, MA campuses. Please see the Description in the Program Description page.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|Total||66 / 39*||99 / 56*|
|General Biology I (lab is optional)||4||6|
|General Biology II (with lab)||4||6|
|History or Political Science*||3||4|
|Physics (with lab)||3||4|
|Math or Computer Science Elective||3||4|
|Social Science Elective*||3||4|
|Behavioral Science Elective*||3||4|
|Microbiology (with lab)||3||4|
|General Chemistry I (with lab)||4||6|
|General Chemistry II (with lab)||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry I (with lab)||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry II (with lab)||4||6|