Dr. Francis Mulcahy
Biological and Health Sciences
As a pharmacist, you'll fill prescriptions. You will advise patients on how medicine ought to be taken. Their possible side effects. If that's something that interests you, you'll need to get a doctor of pharmacy degree. Our pre-pharmacy program can get you on your way.
While you're here, you will take classes for two years in the pre-pharmacy program. You'll take classes in several areas, including chemistry, calculus, biology and psychology. After you earn 62 credits, you may apply to the University of Pittsburgh's School of Pharmacy, which is a four-year program.
Or, you can apply to other pharmacy schools, such as the Pharmacy School at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), with whom we have an affiliation agreement.
Whatever pharmacy school you decide to apply to, you will need to check that school's specific requirements for pre-pharmacy.
What you can do with a degree in Pre-Pharmacy.
Minimum prerequisites include:
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, in cooperation with University of Pittsburgh graduate programs and other graduate schools, offers several guarantee options for graduate and professional schools.
It's easy to apply online or print and mail your form.
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