Doctorate in Pharmacy – Marshall University

The Doctorate in Pharmacy degree program will prepare its students to become pharmacy practitioners that excel as skilled and productive health care professionals in the provision of services, in the standards of care, and in the discovery of new knowledge that ensures optimal medication therapy outcomes. The school utilizes an integrated, inter-professional education approach combined with a team-based clinical philosophy that emphasizes inquiry-based learning, while advancing scholarship, research, and patient care, all directed toward the goal of improving the health and well-being of West Virginians, residents of the Tri-state region, and the nation.

How to Apply

The Marshall School of Pharmacy takes a holistic view of an applicant’s background for the purpose of admission. The following guidelines are required to be met for admission:

  1. Completion of the PCAT (Pharmacy College Admissions Test) within two years prior to the date of application. A composite percentile score of 50 or above is recommended.

  2. Expected completion of all pre-pharmacy coursework prior to fall enrollment, with arecommended minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and 2.75 for pre-requisite coursework. (Please note: completion of an undergraduate degree is not required.)

  3. Completion and submission of all required application documents and fees

  4. Satisfactory completion of on-campus candidate interview

International applicants should complete the TOEFL with a minimum composite score of 100, and at least a 26 in both the reading and speaking sections.

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