The Regis University application deadline has been extended to June 1, 2017. Please continue to submit your applications beyond the March 1st soft deadline. Thank you.
The Regis University application deadline has been extended to June 1st, 2017. Please continue to submit your applications beyond the March 1st soft deadline. Thank you.
Regis University's mission is to educate men and women to take leadership roles and to make a positive impact in a changing society. We seek to provide value-centered education, as well as to strengthen commitment to community service. We encourage the development of the skills and leadership abilities necessary for distinguished professional work and contributions to the improvement and transformation of society. We examine and attempt to answer the question: "How ought we to live?"? The Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum at Regis University uniquely combines a highly integrated course curriculum with Team-Based Learning (TBL) in a Jesuit learning environment. The curricular content integrates biological, pharmaceutical, and clinical sciences so that basic biological and pharmaceutical concepts are discussed in the context of disease management. Simultaneous to on-campus curricular content, students will take part in an experiential component where they will work directly with patients in a variety of healthcare settings. Presenting the course curriculum in this manner encourages students to learn course concepts, and better understand how biological, pharmaceutical, and clinical sciences fit together. ? Located in northwest Denver, Colorado, Regis University is uniquely situated to offer students activities outside of the classroom. Our beautiful campus is within 15 minutes of the breathtaking Rocky Mountain foothills and bustling downtown Denver. Regis offers students the personal attention of a small, private university and the cultural and recreational possibilities of one of the most exciting cities in the world. With over 300 days of sunshine, Colorado is a great place to live. http://www.regis.edu/pharmacy
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|Total Prerequisite Hours||72||108|
|English Composition 1||4||6|
|Public Speaking / Speech Communications||3||4|
|Religious Studies - waived with Bachelor's Degree||3||4|
|Social Science Elective||3||4|
|Microbiology with Lab||4||6|
|General Chemistry 1 with Lab||5||8|
|General Chemistry 2 with Lab||5||8|
|Organic Chemistry 1 with Lab||5||8|
|Organic Chemistry 2 with Lab||5||8|
|Human Anatomy with Lab||4||6|
|Human Physiology with Lab||4||6|
|General Biology 1 with lab||4||6|
|General Biology 2 with lab||4||6|
All science courses MUST contain a laboratory component. Human Anatomy with lab and Human Physiology with lab can be taken as both individual courses or as both combined courses, but NOT one combined and one stand-alone (i.e. Human Anatomy w/ lab and Human A&P II w/ lab will not fulfill). Prerequisite coursework must total 72 semester hours unless applicant has Bachelor's Degree. Those with a Bachelor's Degree will not need to complete Religious Studies and will only need a total semester hour count of 69 credits. All prerequisites will need to be completed by the start of the program. If you would like to know which of your coursework fulfills our prerequisites, please email unofficial copies of all your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will prepare an unofficial evaluation.
Regis University's School of Pharmacy requires official PCAT scores completed within the past three years. We recommend completing the PCAT in July, September or October. The final PCAT test date accepted will be January 2017.
TOEFL is required for students whose native language is not English.
Applicants must also provide documentation that they have completed all required immunizations and CPR certification prior to matriculation.
Submit a course by course evaluation of foreign educational credentials from one of the agencies approved by Regis University. Approved agencies can be found at http://www.naces.org.
The letter of reference (LOR) needs to come from any of the following academic or professional references: professor, TA, academic advisor, supervisor, co-worker or pharmacist. Any reference marking themselves as a friend, family, clergy or other personal reference will not be considered.
The interview day involves Multiple Mini Interviews, a written exercise, lunch with faculty and current students, a tour of campus and Pharmacy labs, and a Team-Based Learning exercise. For more information about the interview process, please visit http://www.regis.edu/pharmacy.