Doctor of Pharmacy Admissions

Admissions

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a unique, year-round, accelerated Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. Annually, an ideal class of 50 to 60 students begin the program each July.

The Doctor of Pharmacy program receives applications for admission and applicant credentials exclusively through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS), provided by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP). 

The first step on the road to becoming a pharmacist is to meet with a member of our admissions team. Our student-centered Admissions Advisors will guide you through the admissions process. Whether you plan to apply tomorrow or years from now, Jillian Misbach (502) 413-8978 jmisbach@sullivan.edu and Scott Hendrix (502) 413-8988 shendrix@sullivan.edu are here to help you! 

  • The application cycle opens in late July of each calendar year in accordance with PharmCAS.
  • Our Doctor of Pharmacy program has a rolling admission process. Interviews begin in the fall. We encourage you to get your application in early.
  • New Priority Application Deadline!
    • If Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is your first choice, we encourage you to submit your application by the priority deadline.
    • PharmCAS Application due: December 1, 2021
  • Regular Application Deadline
    • PharmCAS Application due: April 1, 2022
    • We encourage you to apply in the fall, well before the deadline.
  • Correspondence through the application, interview and admissions process is done via email. Applicants are encouraged to check their email regularly for status updates.

Admission Information

Prerequisites

Course Description

Semester Hours

Quarter Hours

English with Composition I and II

6

9

Principles of General Chemistry I and II with Labs

8

12

Organic Chemistry I and II

8

12

Elements of Calculus I

3

4.5

General Biology with Lab

4

6

General Biology with Lab

4

6

Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

4.5

Economics (Micro or Macro)

2

3

Public speaking (or Communication course)

2

3

Elementary Statistics

3

4.5

General Education Topics/Electives (3 or 4 credit hour courses)

27

40.5

Total

70

105