Undergraduate Pre-professional Pharmacy Program
The School of Pharmacy at Hampton University offers an innovative, entry-level, professional program leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. The entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy Program requires a minimum of six years for completion. The program consists of a minimum of 79 hours of preprofessional pharmacy education, followed by 141 hours of professional pharmacy education.
Pre-professional Program to Professional Program
Undergraduate College Students:
Students may apply for admission into the pre-pharmacy program directly from high school or transfer from another 2 or 4-year college and must complete a minimum of 79 hours of prerequisite coursework. Applicants who meet the requirements for undergraduate admission to the University are eligible to be included in the School of Pharmacy's pre-professional program once you declare pre-pharmacy as your major.
Courses in the pre-pharmacy curriculum include the following: general and organic chemistry, physics, calculus, statistics, biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, English, speech, social science, health or physical education, history and humanities.
Pre-pharmacy majors are assigned an advisor within the School of Pharmacy who assists them in preparation for entrance into the professional program. Each pre-pharmacy student must apply for a seat in the professional program.
A preferred minimum composite percentile rank of 50 or higher on the PCAT and a minimum overall GPA of 2.75 are required to be considered for an interview to progress from the pre-pharmacy program into the professional level.
Hampton University School of PharmacyKittrell HallOffice of Student Affairs121 William R. Harvey WayHampton, VA 23668
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