Situated in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, the University of Utah College of Pharmacy overlooks the main campus and the Salt Lake valley. Skaggs Hall is located in the Health Sciences Center, which incorporates the University of Utah Hospital, the School of Medicine, the colleges of Health, Nursing, and Pharmacy, the Eccles Health Sciences Education Bldg, as well as the Eccles Health Sciences Library. All classroom instruction takes place in the Eccles Health Sciences Education Bldg, which houses state of the art classrooms, laboratories, computer facilities, conference rooms, lockers and student lounges.
The College of Pharmacy has well-equipped facilities to train students in all areas of the pharmaceutical sciences and professional practice. State-of-the-art scientific instruments are available for undergraduate and graduate research. Additional adjacent facilities for research and instruction include the Biomedical Polymers Research Building, University Research Park, Poison Control Center, and University Hospital. Clinical clerkships and fellowships or residencies are available in a variety of professional practice settings.
The student-faculty ratio in all programs is small, so students receive concentrated, individual attention. The faculty, many of whom are recognized authorities in their areas of specialization, are committed to providing each student with a valuable educational experience. Since the college is located within the Health Sciences Center, pharmacy students can interact on a daily basis with students who are training in the other health professions and sciences. Student professional organizations are active on campus and provide students with the opportunity to participate in extracurricular service and social activities.
We invite you to visit www.pharmacy.utah.edu for further information.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|General Education Requirements|
|General Chemistry I & II with Labs||2||3|
|Human Anatomy **If the course is a combined Human Anatomy/Physiology course, 2 semesters or 3 quarters is required.||1||2|
|Human Physiology **If the course is a combined Human Anatomy/Physiology course, 2 semesters or 3 quarters is required.||1||2|
|Calculus I & II||2||3|
|Organic Chemistry I & II with Labs||2||3|
|General Physics I & II||2||3|
|Microbiology with Lab||1||2|
|Professional/Technical Writing or Public Speaking||1||2|
In addition to the pre-pharmacy required courses, the general education requirements of the University of Utah must be met PRIOR TO ENTRY into the Pharm.D. program. For more information about the University's general education requirements, please visit: http://www.sa.utah.edu/advise/">http://www.sa.utah.edu/advise/ Questions about generals can be directed to: UC@SA.Utah.edu
The College of Pharmacy is a part of the Graduate School of the University of Utah. ALL students who apply to the Pharm.D. program MUST also apply to the University of Utah Graduate School. Neither a bachelor's degree nor the GRE is required for Pharm.D. applicants.
Please use the following link to directly access the Graduate School application (for acceptance to the University of Utah as a GRADUATE level student): https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=utahgrad
The following information is NOT required to be submitted through your graduate school application. You are required to submit this information only through PharmCAS.
1) PCAT Scores
2) Curriculum Vita-Resume
3) Statement of Purpose
4) Writing Sample - Essay - Publication
5) Faculty Information
6) Recommendation letters
PCAT is not required for applicants with a Bachelor's Degree (awarded no later than Spring 2013).
Exam must be completed prior to the application deadline (December 1st)
PLEASE NOTE: Two (2) recommendations are required. One MUST be from a science professor from whom you have taken a course. The other needs to be from a pharmacist OR supervisor.