What Is Pharmacy?
Pharmacists are medication experts who enhance patient care and promote wellness. You will use your professional knowledge as a pharmacist to prepare and dispense prescriptions, ensure medicines and doses are correct, prevent harmful drug interactions, and counsel patients on the safe and appropriate use of their medications.
What Are Pharmacy Schools Looking For?
For a better understanding of what pharmacy schools are looking for from their applicants, view Admission Factors.
View details regarding the Pre-Pharmacy application process.
As of 2023, no Pharmacy School in the U.S. requires that you take the PCAT. No PCAT testing dates will be offered during the 2024–2025 admissions cycle or beyond.
In addition to gaining patient care and shadowing hours, being involved on campus
is a great way to prepare for
Pharmacy school. Consider joining Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), National Health Preprofessional Honor Society, and view other Pre-Health Student Organizations.
- (KY) Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
- (KY) University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
- (AL) Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy
- (TN) Belmont University College of Pharmacy
- (TN) East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy
- (TN) Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy
- (TN) South College School of Pharmacy
- (TN) Union University College of Pharmacy
- (OH) The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
- (IN) Purdue University College of Pharmacy
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