The University of New England will be accepting applications from students who have already created a PharmCAS account through May 18, 2017. Students may be granted individual deadline extensions through June 1, 2017
Welcome to the University of New England’s College of Pharmacy! We offer a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program that is located in Portland, Maine, on a quintessential New England campus designated a national historic district. Construction of the University of New England’s state-of-the-art College of Pharmacy academic and research facility was completed in 2009 and the building is the first facility devoted entirely to pharmacy academic studies and research in the state of Maine.
The Mission of the College of Pharmacy provides an outstanding environment for the teaching-learning process to effectively deliver a contemporary pharmacy curriculum designed to graduate competent practitioners for the state of Maine and the nation.
InterProfessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) At UNE we offer our students the opportunity to work with the other health care professionals and students in our numerous health professions programs. Our goal is to educate practitioners, scholars, and researchers to work together and with patients and clients for relationship-centered health care that is comprehensive, collaborative, caring, safe, and continuous throughout the life cycle.
For additional information and to see what our students have to say, visit our website http://www.une.edu/pharmacy/admissions. Please contact us with any questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (207) 221-4225.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Biology I w/ lab ( Cellular Biology)||4||6|
|Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/ lab||4||6|
|Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/ lab||4||6|
|General Chemistry I w/ lab||4||6|
|General Chemistry II w/ lab||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry I w/ lab||4||6|
|Organic Chemistry II w/lab||4||6|
|General Physics I w/ lab||3||4|
|Social Science (Psychology/Sociology/Economics/Anthropology)||3||4|
Science and Math courses must be completed no more than 5 years prior to enrollment (Summer 2012 or more recent). All prerequisite coursework must be completed with a grade of “C” or better ("C-" grades are not acceptable).
AP credit will be accepted to fulfill prerequisiste coursework with a score of 4 or better only. AP Credit must appear as transfer credit on the undergraduate transcript. Regardless of AP Credit awarded 48 credit hours of undergraduate coursework post high school graduation must be completed to be eligible for admission.
Prerequisites must be taken at a regionally accredited US College or University or its equivalent. Visit http://www.une.edu/pharmacy/admissions for additional information.
All UNE students must be proficient in the English language. For more information about satisfying UNE's English Language Proficiency requirement visit http://www.une.edu/admissions/intl
Enrolled students must meet the UNE College of Pharmacy's technical standards and satisfy all immunization requirements.
Applications are reviewed as they are received, and interviews will be conducted throughout the cycle by invitation only. Interviews will be 30 minutes with two interviewers; typically one faculty member and one pharmacist from the community. Candidates will spend time learning about the PharmD program, have the opportunity to meet with current students, prepare a writing sample, and tour the campus.