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Programs of Study and Professional Division Application Process
There are two undergraduate degree options in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences:
- The Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) program prepares students for medical school, for careers in health care or research, and for graduate education.
- The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program prepares students to become licensed pharmacists.
For general UT admission and application information, visit the UT Admissions webpage. All students enter the College of Pharmacy and Pharmceutical Sciences in the preprofessional division. Students must apply to the professional division of the program (PharmD or BSPS) upon completing the required preprofessional division prerequisite coursework. Admission to the professional division is competitive, and students apply during the second year of study. The prerequisite coursework for both programs is very similar.
The University of Toledo requires specific completion of college preparatory curriculum course work for admission consideration. The minimum academic core requirements are:
4 years of English
3 years of math (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry)
3 years of natural science
3 years of social science
To be admitted into the preprofessional division of the program, students must meet the following requirements:
• 2.5 GPA or GED or 20 ACT/950 SAT
Students not meeting these requirements will be admitted to the Department of Exploratory Studies of the College of LLSS.
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UT offers an early admission program called Contingent Admission. Contingent Admission is competitive and is awarded to academically exceptional students during the senior year of high school. View the Contingent Admission Policy for information on how to qualify for Contingent Admission.
View the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Career Series, which lists all pre-professional and professional division coursework for the Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor of Sciences in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
View P1 Class Profiles, statistical information regarding admission into the professional division.
For additional assistance, please call the Office of Student Affairs at 419.383.1904 or email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org.