Roosevelt University is a three-year, year-round accelerated program. New classes begin during the Summer term. There is no Fall or Spring start.
The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program at Roosevelt University is designed to prepare pharmacists to work in a variety of healthcare settings. Through a combination of didactic coursework and introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, students will graduate with the competencies requisite for entrance into the profession of pharmacy.
The Doctor of Pharmacy program is a full-time, daytime program offered in a three-year, year-round format. This comprehensive educational model allows students to graduate one year earlier than in a four-year program, thus preparing students to enter the workforce or post-doctoral training programs one year earlier.
The College of Pharmacy is located at Roosevelt University’s Albert A. Robin Campus in Schaumburg, Illinois, a northwest suburb of Chicago. The Schaumburg Campus, a 225,000 square foot facility located on 30 acres is the only comprehensive university in the area and provides an ideal location for the expansion of degree programs in the health sciences.
Learn more about the Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy at http://www.roosevelt.edu/pharmacy.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Biology I with Laboratory||4||6|
|General Biology II with Laboratory||4||6|
|Economics (micro or macro)||3||4|
|Statistics (general or biostatistics)||3||4|
|English Composition I||3||4|
|English Composition II||3||4|
|Humanities Courses (no studio or performance)||6||9|
|Social and Behavioral Science Courses||6||9|
|Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory||3||4|
|Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory||3||4|
|General Chemistry I with Laboratory||4||6|
|General Chemistry II with Laboratory||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry I with Laboratory||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry II with Laboratory||4||6|
|Physics I with Laboratory||4||6|
Please see our Website for more details: http://www.roosevelt.edu/pharmacy
July, September, October, January
Average PCAT Composite Score for 2015 admitted students was 62.
International students or students who did not earn their degree in the United States.
We accept evaluations from WES and ECE, as long as the evaluation is course specific. Please read the instructions carefully if you are a student who completed a degree outside the United States. These instructions can be found on our website at: http://www.roosevelt.edu/pharmacy.
If your institution prepares committee recommendations, it will be accepted in lieu of three letters of reference.
The interview process may occur Monday through Friday with morning and afternoon times available and will include Multiple Mini Interview, program overview, meetings with students and faculty. Additional information can be found at http://www.roosevelt.edu/pharmacy.