The Wegmans School of Pharmacy (WSoP) is committed to preparing pharmacists for lives of intellectual, professional, and civic integrity. The faculty and administration make teaching a priority, promote excellence in the classroom, create a student-centered learning environment, and maintain small class sizes so students receive the personalized attention they deserve. For detailed information about the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College visit http://www.sjfc.edu/pharmacy/admissions/
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Chemistry I||4|
|General Chemistry II||4|
|Speech (Public Speaking preferred)||3|
|Organic Chemistry I||4|
|Organic Chemistry II||4|
|Economics (Microeconomics preferred)||3|
All required science courses (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) require a laboratory component. Advanced Placement courses are NOT accepted to fulfill science requirements. Three Biology courses are required. General Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, and Microbiology are recommended. All prepharmacy coursework must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better PRIOR to matriculation into the Wegmans School of Pharmacy.
Applicants are advised to take the PCAT in September. The PCAT must be taken on or before the February test dates for fall admission.
For Early Decision Program (EDP) applicants, the WSoP will accept the September 7th, September 8th, and September 9th PCAT test if the applicant’s Preliminary PCAT Score Report is submitted by email (email@example.com) to the Office of Admissions by 12:00 noon (Eastern) on September 12, 2016.
The WSoP requires TOEFL scores for non-native English speaking applicants. The minimum acceptable score on the TOEFL is 575 (paper-based), 233 (computer-based), or 80 (Internet-based).
St. John Fisher College maintains an International Student Services Office to provide assistance to Canadian/International applicants/students with admission-related matters, legal status maintenance, as well as other services that are unique to this constituency. The WSoP only accepts evaluations from PharmCAS approved evaluation services. TOEFL is required for international applicants who do not have a bachelor's degree in the U.S.
Candidate interviews are by invitation only. Those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted via email or phone. Candidates can expect to interview with three faculty members or preceptors during their time on-campus. Applicants in the Early Decision Program will interview during select dates in September and October. Regular Decision applicants are invited to interview on a rolling basis typically from October – June.