The Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy accepts transfer students into the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program (PharmD) as space may be available. Transfer applicants must meet the same citizenship and academic requirements as individuals applying for initial admission into the professional program. Additionally, transfer applicants must be in good standing (i.e., eligible to return to the pharmacy school previously attended) at an ACPE accredited school or college of pharmacy at and have a competitive grade point average.
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Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis. Transfer credit and academic classification shall be determined based upon review of the transcripts and course syllabi. Transfer students are required to complete at a minimum the last two years of the curriculum in order to receive the PharmD degree from the Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy.
Transfer applicants apply directly to the Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy by completing the transfer application found on the web. Transfer applicants are required to submit a transcript from at all post-secondary institutions attended, PCAT scores and letters of reference as specified on the application. If the transfer applicant is determined to be qualified for admission, a personal interview will be required. Applicants are also required to submit the course syllabus from all pharmacy school courses completed. Access link below for detailed explanation of the application process.
Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the Office of Student Affairs