William Carey University School of Pharmacy (WCUSOP) Guaranteed Admissions Interview Program
About WCU School of Pharmacy
Located in Biloxi, Mississippi, WCUSOP offers a two-year and ten months accelerated Doctor of Pharmacy program with an innovative curriculum that provides students with the knowledge and skill set required to excel as an entry-level practitioner. Taught by leading faculty, this dynamic program offers well-designed coursework, classroom interaction, and clinical experience enabling students to benefit from a targeted education. The clinical experience component will allow students to gain exposure to a variety of practice models and experiences enabling them to apply this knowledge within actual clinical settings. The accelerated program model allows students to complete the PharmD degree faster and to start their pharmacy career sooner.
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The Guaranteed Admissions Interview Program
Loyola University New Orleans students who meet the eligibility requirements outlined below will be guaranteed an admission interview with WCUSOP’s admissions committee after submitting the PharmCAS application.
- Achieve a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.50 (on a 4.0 scale) in required pre-pharmacy courses
- Achieve a minimum GPA of 3.00 in all science and math courses (on a scale of 4.0)
- Earn at least a grade of C in each required course (no C-, D, or F grades in required courses)
- Demonstrate evidence of volunteer and service experience
Mandatory prerequisite courses for Guaranteed Admissions Interview program:
- English Composition: 6 semester hours
- Public Speaking/Speech: 3 semester hours
- General Education (includes humanities, business, computer science, fine arts, or foreign language): 9 semester hours
- Economics (general, micro- or macro-): 3 semester hours
- Biology I and II with lab (for science majors): 8 semester hours
- Anatomy and Physiology I and II with Lab: 8 semester hours
- General Chemistry I and II with lab (for science majors): 8 semester hours
- Organic Chemistry I and II with lab (for science majors): 8 semester hours
- Physics I (algebra-based physics course fulfills this requirement): 3 semester hours
- Calculus I: 3 semester hours
- General Statistics: 3 semester hours
- Social Sciences (psychology, sociology, political science, ethics, bioethics or anthropology): 6 semester hours