Pitt-Bradford Pre-Pharmacy Pages


Pitt-Bradford Contact: Dr. Francis Mulcahy (fishnet@pitt.edu)


The University of Pittsburgh's School of Pharmacy offers a six year Doctor of Pharmacy degree program consisting of two years of pre-professional and four years of professional courses. Upon successful completion of the two year, 62 credit, Pre-Pharmacy program at the University of Pittsburgh - Bradford, the student may apply for admission to the University of Pittsburgh's School of Pharmacy during the spring of the sophomore year.


Pitt-Bradford Pre-Pharmacy Curriculum

BIOL 0101 Introduction to Organismal & Population Biology 4
BIOL 0102 Introduction to Cell & Molecular Biology 4
CHEM 0101 & CHEM 0102 General Chemistry I & II 8
CHEM 0202 & CHEM 0203 Organic Chemistry I & II 8
MATH 140 Calculus I 4
Statistics (PSY 0201 or ECON 0204 or MATH 0133) 4
Economics (ECON 0101, 0102, or 0103) 3
ENG 0101 & ENG 0102 English Composition I & II 6
PSY 0101 Introduction to Psychology 3
COMM 0104 Public Speaking 3
Electives 15
6 credits from two different departments in the humanities
6 credits from two different departments in the social sciences

Students may also apply to other schools of pharmacy and should check for their specific prerequisites for pre-pharmacy.

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