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Have a question about our program?

Below are some of the questions that applicants often ask. Choose one to see its answer.

When is the next open house?

We usually have open houses once a season — 4 times a year. Please see our Open House page for more details.

What are your prerequisite requirements?

They're listed here.

What are your minimum requirements?

We look at a number of qualities when considering candidates. However, they must have a completed application and meet the minimum requirements: 2.5 overall GPA and strong PCAT composite, biology, and chemistry percentiles. Learn more

What is the tuition?

All tuition and fees are listed here.

What are your dual degree programs?

For dual degrees, you would apply through the PharmD program, then begin to pursue a dual degree in your second year. Learn More

What do I need to know as an international student?

International students apply through the same process, but may need additional information. We can accept foreign credits towards our prerequisite courses, and you need at least 12 credits in the US. Learn More

If have a pharmacy license from another country, you can apply through our international pharmacist process.

What's the difference between Baltimore and Shady Grove campuses?

The curriculum is delivered through a variety of approaches including recorded and synchronously delivered lectures primarily generated from the Baltimore campus. Whichever campus your assigned to holds case discussions, small group activities, interactions with standardized patients, laboratories, and a broad array of experiential education opportunities. Learn More

Where can I find more resources about the campus?

The University Campus Life site has information on events, community and wellness resources, and student development.

I'd like to meet with an admissions counselor.

Admissions counselors are available for appointments M-F 9 am–3:30 pm to review your transcripts and/or answer any questions you may have. You may request an appointment online. Also, you can consider an open house for additional information.

 
Is your question not covered here?

We'd be happy to answer it for you! You can call us at 410-706-7653 from 9 AM–3:30 PM, Monday through Friday, or contact us online with the form below.