Published Survey
Submission Number: 4183
Submission ID: 131
Submission UUID: 294d3269-9210-4a34-b44c-20b1797f54ee
Submission URI: /publishedsurvey

Created: Wed, 09/11/2019 - 13:50
Completed: Mon, 05/18/2020 - 13:01
Changed: Tue, 08/11/2020 - 11:14

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Submitted by: Anonymous
Language: English

Is draft: No
Current page: Complete
Submitted to: Published Survey

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notes: ''
  aacp_institution_number: '3600'
  acad_health: 'No'
  accred_status: '1'
  active: 'Yes'
  ac_cpr: 'No'
  ac_deposit_details: 'An accepted student will need to send a nonrefundable deposit of $200 to reserve placement.  This payment will be credited toward tuition upon enrollment.'
  ac_deposit_radio: 'Yes'
  ac_deposit_refundable: 'No'
  ac_firstday: ''
    - '2021-08-30'
  admin_status: Published
    - AEO_1
  aeo_other: ''
  aeo_radio: 'Yes'
  application_deadline_description: ''
  application_fee: ''
  banner_image: '1920-57620170520_BearSunrise_McKnight_May 20, 2017 (1).jpg'
  cag_aacp: 'Yes'
  cbc_radio: 'Yes'
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  college_or_school_name: 'Skaggs School of Pharmacy'
    - contact_email:
      contact_extension: ''
      contact_name: 'Erika Claxton'
      contact_office: 'Skaggs Building room 341'
      contact_title: 'Administrative Associate'
      contact_work: 406-243-4656
    - contact_email:
      contact_extension: ''
      contact_name: 'Rachael Zins'
      contact_office: 'Skaggs Building room 321'
      contact_title: 'Clinical Pharmacy Specialist and Pre-pharmacy Coordinator'
      contact_work: 406-243-4665
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    - ''
    - ''
    - ''
    - ''
    - ''
    - 'Yes'
  credit_hour_policies: ''
  crit_gpa_info: ''
  crit_mingpa: '2.5'
  crit_pcat: N/A
  crit_prereqgpa: '2.5'
  deadline_date: 'May 3, 2021'
  drug_radio: 'No'
  dual_concurrent: ''
  dual_conc_radio: 'No'
  dual_deg: 'Yes'
  dual_oth_desc: ''
  edp_radio: 'No'
    - 'US Citizens'
    - 'US Permanent Residents'
    - 'Canadian Citizens'
    - 'Foreign (non-US) Citizens with a Visa'
  for_fc_radio: 'Yes'
  for_other: 'At least one year of prerequisites must be taken at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada.'
  for_policy_radio: '1'
  institution_name: 'University of Montana'
  interview_link: ''
  interview_process: 'In-person interviews at the University of Montana will be scheduled on Saturday, November 7, 2020 and on Saturday, February 7, 2021.  Spring interviews will be scheduled on an individual basis if there are spaces available in the class. Applicants will be notified by e-mail if they qualify for an interview.  Admission offers for strong candidates are made within one to two weeks of the interview.  Students who are not initially offered a seat in the class may be reviewed for admission or a wait-list offer at the end of the review cycle.'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '6'
      pre_coursesubject: 'Anatomy & Physiology'
      pre_coursetitle: 'Human Form & Function (Human Anatomy & Physiology) 1 & 2'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '10'
      pre_coursesubject: Chemistry
      pre_coursetitle: 'College Chemistry I & 2 (with labs)'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '4'
      pre_coursesubject: Math
      pre_coursetitle: 'Applied Calculus '
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '3'
      pre_coursesubject: 'English Composition / Writing'
      pre_coursetitle: 'College Writing I'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '4'
      pre_coursesubject: 'Biology/Biological Science'
      pre_coursetitle: 'Cell & Molecular Biology'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '8'
      pre_coursesubject: Chemistry
      pre_coursetitle: 'Organic Chemistry I & 2 (with at least 1 lab)'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '3'
      pre_coursesubject: Economics
      pre_coursetitle: 'Micro or Macro Economics'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '5'
      pre_coursesubject: Physics
      pre_coursetitle: 'College Physics and lab'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '4'
      pre_coursesubject: Statistics
      pre_coursetitle: 'Intro to Statistics'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '3'
      pre_coursesubject: 'Social/Behavioral Science'
      pre_coursetitle: 'Intro to Sociology or Psychology'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '3'
      pre_coursesubject: 'Communication / Speech (Verbal)'
      pre_coursetitle: 'Public Speaking'
    - pre_courseqtr: ''
      pre_coursesem: '12'
      pre_coursesubject: 'General Elective(s)'
      pre_coursetitle: Electives
  lor_acc_radio: 'Yes'
  lor_c1a_radio: 'Recommended but Not Required'
  lor_c1b_text: ''
  lor_c1c_radio: 'No'
  lor_c2a_radio: 'Not Accepted'
  lor_c2b_text: ''
  lor_c2c_radio: ''
  lor_details: 'Students applying for admission will be required to complete at  least 20 hours of observation of a medical or social field, preferably in a pharmacy.  A volunteer or paid experience serving a patient population can be substituted for the observation hours. The PharmCAS letter of recommendation must be from someone involved with the applicant in such an observation/experience.'
    Clergy: 'NOT ACCEPTED'
    Co-Worker: 'NO ANSWER'
    Employer: ACCEPTED
    'Faculty Advisor': 'CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTED'
    'Family Member': 'NOT ACCEPTED'
    Friend: 'NOT ACCEPTED'
    'Health Care Professional': ACCEPTED
    Pharmacist: ACCEPTED
    Politician: 'NO ANSWER'
    'Pre-Health Advisor': 'CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTED'
    'Professor (Liberal Arts)': 'NO ANSWER'
    'Professor (Math)': 'NO ANSWER'
    'Professor (Science)': 'NO ANSWER'
    Supervisor: ACCEPTED
    'Teaching Assistant': 'CONDITIONALLY ACCEPTED'
  lor_num_radio: '1'
  nonp_deadline: ''
  notify_title: ''
  old_id: '2018'
  pd_deg_pref: 'Not Required'
  phar_observation: 'Yes'
  phar_other_info: ''
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  pre_basic_hrs: '33'
  pre_complete: 'Ideally, prerequisites will be completed during the spring term prior to autumn enrollment. '
  pre_other: ''
  pre_quarter: ''
  pre_quarter_science: ''
  pre_semester: '64'
  program_description: |
    The University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy is located in beautiful Missoula, Montana. Missoula, as a city, provides a calm, inclusive, culturally-stimulating environment and offers a variety of sporting and outdoor activities to provide ample opportunities to rejuvenate and relieve stress.
    The Skaggs School of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program is nationally recognized for its quality of a patient-centered care and interprofessional training and activities, outreach programs, students’ success in passing national pharmacy licensure examination, job placement, and matches for postgraduate pharmacy education residencies.
    Our class environment ensures a small faculty-to-student ratio, provides for personal attention for each and every one of our students, and creates lifelong, supportive relationships among peers in your class as well as with faculty and administrators. As a pharmacy candidate in our program, you are not just a number but an individual. In addition, our PharmD students frequently comment that they enjoy small classes as it ensures they get to know each other well and can provide for cooperative, "we're all in this together" learning rather than harsh competition.
    Our PharmD curriculum integrates basic biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, clinical, behavioral, social and administrative sciences and interprofessional education throughout all four years and focuses on the development of professional pharmacy leaders engaged in life-long learning, patient advocacy, and community service and outreach. Our students are prepared as medication experts to promote the health and well-being of individuals and communities as valuable members of the interprofessional health care teams. Depending on your career goals and interest, we also provide dual degrees: PharmD/MBA, PharmD/MPH, PharmD/MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences, and PharmD/PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  program_location: MT
  pubpriv_inst: Public
  res_otherpref_radio: 'No'
  res_otherpref_text: |
    Typically, students who are admitted with non-resident status will remain so for the duration of the professional program.
    University of Montana Residency Information:
  res_statepref_radio: 'No'
  sa_details: ''
  sa_fee_instructions: ''
  sa_fee_radio: 'Yes'
  sa_fee_text: $50.00
  sa_link: ''
  sa_radio: 'No'
  school_city: Missoula
  school_country: US
  school_state: MT
  school_street_1: 'University of Montana'
  school_street_2: 'Skaggs School of Pharmacy'
  school_street_3: '32 Campus Drive'
  school_zip: '59812'
  short_name: 'U of Montana'
    - '131'
  spp_1: '4'
  spp_oth_desc: ''
  sp_offered_radio: '1'
  stats_classsize: '55'
  stats_early: '0'
  stats_last_filled_seats: '56'
  tests_other_radio: 'No'
  tests_other_tests: ''
  tests_pcat_link: ''
  tests_pcat_radio: Recommended
  tests_pcat_text: 'The PCAT is optional but encouraged for applicants in the autumn 2021 admissions cycle. A high composite PCAT score can support an applicant with a lower cumulative and/or prerequisite GPA. Applicants are advised to take the PCAT in July, September, October, November or January. Scores older than January 2019 will not be accepted.'
  tests_tt_radio: 'Yes'
  tests_tt_text: 'The University of Montana requires TOEFL scores for international students who are not already enrolled at UM. '
  yes_phar_observation: '20'