PharmD Program Admissions
At Michigan, we consider a lot more than grade point average and Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) scores when reviewing your application for admission. We also take into account such factors as life, work, and health-care patient experiences; critical thinking and decision-making skills; leadership ability; the academic strength of previous institutions you’ve attended; a desire to make a difference in the lives of others; your admission essay and letters of recommendation; whether you maintained a grade of B (3.0) or better while carrying a full (14–16 credit hour) undergraduate course load; as well as PCAT scores and other factors.
That is why we encourage you to follow through on your interest in attending the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. Do not prejudge your qualifications: Apply!
If you are uncertain about your next step, or would like more information about Michigan’s PharmD program, we encourage you to call us at (734) 764-7312; e-mail us, or review our informative website