Applications received by November 1, 2020 will be given scholarship priority.
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Contact Information

Applications received by November 1, 2020 will be given scholarship priority.
230 Park Avenue M-SP1-01
Florham Park
New Jersey
United States
New Jersey
  • Name: Tracy Templin
    Title: Director of Admissions and Marketing
    Office: Office of Admissions
    Phone (Work): 973-443-8401
  • Name: Pete Buechner
    Title: Financial Aid and Student Services Counselor
    Office: Office of Admissions
    Phone (Work): 973-443-8412

Program Application Deadline

June 1, 2021

Program Information

Full Accreditation
Semester (2 terms per academic year)
* 4

Last Entering Class


Upcoming Entering Class


Dual and Concurrent Degrees

PharmD/MA (Master of Arts), PharmD/MBA (Business Administration), PharmD/MPA (Public Administration), PharmD/MPH (Public Health), PharmD/MS (Master of Science), PharmD/MSCR (Clinical Research)

Program Description

The Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Pharmacy is one of only two degree-granting pharmacy schools in New Jersey, and is the first in the state to be associated with a private university.The School's dynamic program of study integrates the very best practices in pharmacy education today. Students will: Have the option to specialize in a concentrated area of study and earn a master's-level degree concurrently with the PharmD degree. Participate in new partnerships with pharmacy leaders in industry, retail, government and hospitals who will provide mentoring, guidance and resources. Benefit from the strengths of a small college environment, yet learn from top-tier faculty in new facilities specifically designed for the School of Pharmacy. The School's pharmacy curriculum, leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree, will expose students to a broad range of views and skills building. It was designed in partnership with stakeholders representing many sectors in health care. At its foundation are courses that provide integration of topics in basic sciences, pathophysiology, pharmacology, pharmaceutics, therapeutics and patient care. Further distinguishing the curriculum are courses that include topics designed to advance each student's knowledge and skills in human behaviors, communication, informatics, data analytics, medication safety, leadership and individualized patient care. Classroom learning is enhanced by the use of advanced technology. Hybrid and practice experience courses emphasize active learning and give students time for managing their learning opportunities.

GPA and Credit Hour Criteria


Course Prerequisites

Course Subject Course Title Semester Hours (Min) Quarter Hours (Min)
Biology/Biological Science General Biology with laboratory 8 12
Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy and Physiology with laboratory 8 12
Chemistry General Chemistry with laboratory 8 12
Chemistry Organic Chemistry with Laboratory 8 12
Biochemistry Biochemistry 3 5
Physics Physics with laboratory 4 6
Statistics Applied Statistics 3 5
Math Calculus 3 5
English Composition / Writing English 3 5
General Elective(s) Free Electives 28 42
Economics and Speech or Professional Communication are strongly recommended as a part of free elective coursework.

Supplemental Materials


PCAT and Other Tests

PCAT or GRE scores are recommended to make an applicatant more competitive but not required.

Observation Hours


Evaluations (Letters of Reference)

Three (3)
  • Clergy: ACCEPTED
  • Co-Worker: ACCEPTED
  • Employer: ACCEPTED
  • Faculty Advisor: ACCEPTED
  • Family Member: NOT ACCEPTED
  • Friend: NOT ACCEPTED
  • Health Care Professional: ACCEPTED
  • Pharmacist: ACCEPTED
  • Politician: ACCEPTED
  • Pre-Health Advisor: ACCEPTED
  • Professor (Liberal Arts): RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
  • Professor (Science): REQUIRED
  • Supervisor: ACCEPTED
  • Teaching Assistant: ACCEPTED
Recommended but not required
Recommended but not required
Three letters of recommendation (two academic references at least one from a science professor, the third can be from anyone that knows you well who is not a relative, so it may be a supervisor or other professional (a pharmacist is highly recommended but not required) ?



International Applicants

US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, US Temporary Residents, Canadian Citizens, Foreign (non-US) Citizens with a Visa, Foreign (non-US) Citizens, Other Non-Citizens (e.g. DACA Students)
Send a foreign transcript evaluation report (FTER) to PharmCAS AND Send an original foreign transcript directly to the school
A course by course evaluation with a calculated overall grade point average must be sent directly to the college. Foreign Coursework can be evaluated by one of the services listed below:
* Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. P.O. Box 514070 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-3470 (414) 289-3400
* World Education Services, Inc. P.O. Box 745 Old Chelsea Station New York, New York 10113-0745 (212) 966-6311
Proof of English proficiency is required of all applicants if English is your second language. An applicant can prove English proficiency through one of the following ways: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) iBT (school code 7768) version with a minimum composite score of 90. Completing two college level English composition courses at a regionally accredited college or university in the United States. English as a Second Language (ESL) and English courses offered abroad as foreign language courses are not accepted. For more information please visit our website at:


Other interview format
We believe that the interview should serve as an opportunity for us to learn more about you, but should also serve as a chance for you to gather more information about our program, faculty, staff, curriculum, campus, and anything else you may want to know. The basic itinerary for the day includes a welcome session, three/four mini-interviews with faculty and staff from the School, a campus tour, and a time for a one-on-one question and answer session with a School team member. The day should last about 4-5 hours in total.

Accepted Applicants

A $500.00 Acceptance Fee is due 14 days following acceptance. A $500.00 Tuition Deposit is due April 1st. Totaling $1000.00.
  • August 30, 2021

Background Checks and Drug Screenings