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Submission Number: 4194
Submission ID: 142
Submission UUID: 0732f077-1e17-45af-b204-3ad77e7e3281
Submission URI: /publishedsurvey
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Created: Tue, 09/03/2019 - 18:07
Completed: Wed, 06/10/2020 - 14:04
Changed: Fri, 10/02/2020 - 14:10
Remote IP address: 188.8.131.52
Submitted by: Anonymous
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Current page: Complete
Webform: Pharm.D. School Directory
Submitted to: Published Survey
18301 N. Miami Ave
Program Application Deadline
June 1, 2021
* 2 - 3
Last Entering Class
Upcoming Entering Class
Dual and Concurrent Degrees
Larkin University College of Pharmacy is the first year-round, three-year, block-program in the State of Florida! Founded in 2013, Larkin University is a private, not-for-profit university. The primary goal of the College is to promote and foster pharmacy education to create compassionate and knowledgeable pharmacists who will be prepared to pursue a multitude of career options including post-graduate education. Although students complete their Doctor of Pharmacy in three years, as opposed to the more traditional four years, due to the design of the curriculum, students have approximately 25% more contact time with faculty than traditional programs. The block curriculum allows students to learn in a focused format so students can concentrate on one major topic at a time. Several courses are taught longitudinally over the year to apply the knowledge that has been learned within each block. In a typical day, the class meets with their faculty, engages in didactic teaching, and participates in active learning activities to allow the substantial amount of information learned in pharmacy school to be applied regularly, to support long term knowledge retention. LU College of Pharmacy is affiliated with many teaching hospitals and clinics for pharmacy students throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Counties so students will not have to travel for third-year rotations unless they wish to do so.
GPA and Credit Hour Criteria
The Admissiosn Committee at Larkin University College of Pharmacy is looking for a preferred ( not required) GPA of 2.7.
|Course Subject||Course Title||Semester Hours (Min)||Quarter Hours (Min)|
|Biology/Biological Science||General Biology I (with Lab)||4|
|Biology/Biological Science||General Biology II (with Lab)||4|
|Anatomy & Physiology||Anatomy and Physiology||6|
|Chemistry||General Chemistry I (with Lab)||4|
|Chemistry||General Chemistry II (with Lab)||4|
|Chemistry||Organic Chemistry I (with Lab)||4|
|Chemistry||Organic Chemistry II (with Lab)||4|
|English Composition / Writing||English||6|
|Communication / Speech (Verbal)||Speech/Public Speaking||3|
|Biology/Biological Science||Advance Science Courses (Recommended: Immunology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Medical Terminology and Genetics)||6|
|Economics||Economics (micro or macro)||3|
|General Elective(s)||Humanities or Social/Behavioral Sciences||3|
|Social/Behavioral Science||Psychology or Sociology||3|
Applicants must complete all required course prerequisites by the end of the summer term prior to enrolling in the Pharm.D. degree program in the fall term.
Students can apply and be conditionally admitted into the program pending prerequisite courses. However, if accepted into the class of 2024, all prerequisite courses must be completed by July 2021. Students must receive a grade of C - or higher in all prerequisite coursework. All coursework must be completed at a Regionally Accredited Institution. AP coursework is accepted with a score of 3 or higher. IB coursework is accepted with a score of 4 or higher. Please note, credits toward prerequisites is awarded only if your AP and IB test scores that are reported on your official transcript.
PCAT and Other Tests
PCAT scores older than 5 years will not be accepted.
Recommended, but not required
Although not required, the Admissions Committee highly considers extracurricular activities as well as Pharmacy observation hours.
Evaluations (Letters of Reference)
- Employer: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Faculty Advisor: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Health Care Professional: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Pharmacist: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Pre-Health Advisor: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Professor (Liberal Arts): ACCEPTED
- Professor (Math): ACCEPTED
- Professor (Science): RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
- Supervisor: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED
Recommended but not required
Two letters of references are required. Highly recommended: a letter from a Faculty member, and one letter from a Supervisor/Manager.
US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, Foreign (non-US) Citizens with a Visa, 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
The TOELF is not required, but recommended for non-native speaker.
Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)
Interviews consists of the Multi-Mini Interview, a group activity, a writing sample, Dean's presentation and tour. Professionalism is an important part of our program. Students invited for an interview are expected to accept or formally decline the interview invitation. Students are expected to show up for their scheduled interview. If a student fails to communicate a cancellation or the need to reschedule their interview at least 2 business days in advance, the unprofessional behavior will be reported to PharmCAS.
A non- refundable $500 enrollment deposit is required in order to secure a seat in the program.
- August 03, 2021
For updated information regarding the first day of class and Orientation, please visit our Accepted Students Page: http://ularkin.org/next-steps-for-ia-to-cop/
Background Checks and Drug Screenings