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Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy

Program Requirements Graduate School Application Deadline  Program Application Deadline Additional Program Application Required?
Minimum combined score of 750 (converted) on the GRE 

Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) 

Minimum formula score of 1875 (GPA x GRE)
For Spring 2016
apply by
September 1, 2015

For Fall 2016
apply by
March 1, 2016
For Spring 2016 apply by
September 1, 2015

For Fall 2016
apply by
March 1, 2016

Click to download program application


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for entry? How do I know if I am eligible?
The admissions requirements are outlined above, although students who are admitted usually have much higher scores. Please review this page as well as the Graduate School admissions pages for eligibility. No transcripts will be reviewed unless a full application has been made.

How much does the program cost?
All students are funded either by assistantships or scholarships. 

Where do I send my test scores?
Test scores should be sent electronically. Our institutional code is 6482.

When will I know if I've been accepted?
Applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by the first week in November if applying for Spring term, or the first week of May if applying for Fall term. Admissions decisions will be given in writing, and no information will be given by phone.


Next steps...

Ready to apply?
Please submit your application, transcripts, and test scores well in advance of deadlines published above. For more information about the Graduate School admission process, as well as the online application, please click here.

Graduate Catalog
The catalog outlines university policies, tuition and fees, extensive program and degree information, and serves as your primary resource for all matters pertaining to your graduate studies and campus life. Click the links below for catalog information specific to each program.

Pharmacy, Ph.D.
Pharmacy, Pharm.D.

Still have questions? 

Contact our program coordinator for more information:

Dr. Paul Sylvester
Pfizer Endowed Professor of Pharmacology and
Director of Graduate Studies and Research 
College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences