The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Pharmacy offers a six-year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree program consisting of two years of preprofessional and four years of professional courses. Upon successful completion of the two-year, 62-credit pre-pharmacy program at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, the student may apply for admission to the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Pharmacy during the spring of the sophomore year.
Students may also apply to other schools of pharmacy and should check for their specific prerequisites for pre-pharmacy.
Pitt-Bradford Affiliation Agreement with Lake Erie College of OsteopathicMedicine (LECOM)'s School of Pharmacy:
If you have successfully completed specific core course requirements on our campus, you may continue your education in pharmacy at LECOM after your third year of undergraduate coursework. In order to be admitted into the first phase of this program at Pitt-Bradford, you must have a minimum SAT (or ACT equivalent) score of 1170 (math and verbal sections), a minimum high school GPA of3.5, and exhibit potential for a successful career in pharmacy. If you are interested in participating in this program, you should contact Dr. Francis Mulcahy at email@example.com.