Early Decision applicants will have the $100 non-refundable supplemental application waived for the 2016-17 application cycle.
We are...not your typical pharmacy school.
At the Marshall University School of Pharmacy, we do things a bit differently.
Want to learn more about Marshall? Visit our website at www.marshall.edu/pharmacy.
|Course Title||Semester Hours||Quarter Hours|
|English Composition I & II||6|
|Biology I & II with Labs||8|
|Chemistry I & II with Labs||8|
|Human Anatomy with Lab||4|
|Human Physiology with Lab||4|
|Microbiology with Lab||4|
|Organic Chemistry I & II with Labs||9|
|Physics I & II with Labs||8|
|Social Science elective||3|
Prerequisites are subject to change for 2016-17. Please visit our website at www.marshall.edu/pharmacy for updates.
A minimum passing letter grade of "C" is required for all prerequisite coursework. Students may request permission to complete a prerequisite course requirement during the summer term prior to matriculation.
The supplemental application can be found at: http://www.marshall.edu/pharmacy/students/prospective-students/admissions/ under "Step 2 - Supplemental Application."
Note: Admitted applicants will also be assessed a fee through our Graduate Admissions Office. That fee is $40 for domestic citizens or permanent residents and $150 for international applicants.
MUSOP accepts PCAT test scores through the January test date of each academic year. The July PCAT test will be accepted on a case-by-case basis only.
TOEFL is required if an applicant has not completed a degree from a U.S. institution or if a degree is from a international college/university where the primary language of instruction is not English.
TOEFL is required of all international applicants. Please see the website at www.marshall.edu/pharmacy for minimum score requirements.
Background Check, Drug Screen and Immunizations will be required prior to matriculation. Information will be provided to the student prior to matriculation in the summer.
Marshall University School of Pharmacy requires the WES ICAP package for all international coursework, or equivalent from an NACES member. Proof of English proficiency may be required based on individual assessment.
Letters should be provided by references such as professors, academic advisors, pharmacists or other health care professionals, supervisors etc. who know and can provide comment regarding your ability to be academically successful in a school of pharmacy.
Students invited for interview will spend a full day with the School of Pharmacy administration, staff and students and will participate in the various aspects of our holisitic admissions process, from a one-on-one interview to a group dilemma.