Arts and Sciences Degree/A.A.
This program fulfills the course requirements necessary for admittance to the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy, Pharm D program. However, such admissions are competitive and preference is given to qualified West Virginians, although outstanding nonresident applicants are considered.
Pre-Pharmacy students should (1) complete the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) in the fall of their sophomore year, and (2) apply for admission to the WVU School of Pharmacy as early as possible after January 1 of their sophomore year. Consult the WVU Health Sciences Center Catalog for further information.
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