As one of the America's top-ranked PharmD programs, the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy provides a pharmacy education unsurpassed in breadth and depth. We offer more than 500 experiences around the U.S. and overseas, including a vast selection of centers, clinics, and other medical units affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System, one of the nation's best. Admitted students come from across the U.S. and Canada. To maximize individualized learning, class sizes are limited to about 85 students per year. Advantage: Students are part of a close-knit community with ready access to the outstanding resources of a world-renowned university. Small class size also creates more quality opportunities to sharpen clinical, leadership, critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and other high-demand career skills. Pharmacy professors include basic and clinical scientists recognized around the world for expertise in their fields. Our 2:1 student:faculty ratio also means instructors know students by name. Clinical experiences begin the first year and are structured over four years to build high-level competencies via on-location training, coursework, and laboratory assignments. Students partner with pharmacists, physicians, nurses, nutritionists, and other heath care professionals. The fourth-year will consists of rotations at a diversity of sites with the purpose of helping students to choose the career path that best suits their talents and aspirations. Each year, the college awards more than $1 million in scholarships: the most generous of any PharmD program in the country. Contact us at 734-764-7312 or email@example.com to learn how we offer a top-tier Michigan PharmD education at a competitive cost.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|Biology (general with lab)||8-10||8-12|
|Chemistry (general & qualitative with lab)||8-10||8-12|
|Human Anatomy or Anatomy & Physiology||4-8||4-8|
|Microbiology (with lab)||4||4|
|Organic Chemistry with lab||8-10||8-12|
|Physics (calculus-based with lab)||8-10||8-12|
|Humanities or foreign language||8||8|
Applicants are advised to take the PCAT in July or September.
Test scores required for applicants whose native language is not English, or have completed ESL coursework or who have completed their high school abroad. Test scores of 27 in each area are required.
Applicants must also provide documentation that they have completed all required immunizations and TB test prior to matriculation.
A minimum of one year prepharmacy coursework must be completed within a U.S. or Canadian institution. School only accepts accepts evaluations from WES or ECE. Only foreign transcripts from Canada are acceptable.
One reference must be from a paid employer or supervisor of volunteer or research experience.
Students interview with faculty members, preceptors, alumni, and current students and conclude the day meeting with a group of currently enrolled students with lunch provided. Visiting classes/college tour included.