PharmCAS institutions are instructed to select a final (enforced) application deadline and a priority application deadline, if desired. Please refer to the PharmCAS School Manual for related policies. Non-PharmCAS institutions must enter an application deadline and fee amount.
SAVE DRAFT will store your entries, but will not check for missing or bad data. Once all sections are done, click “Check for Errors” on the Overview screen.
This section provides general information about your institution and your pharmacy program to prospective applicants.
Only enter dual degrees that meet all of the following criteria. The dual degree must...
Do not include the following types of programs, as defined by AACP:
FYI: SACS and selected institutions refer to dual degrees as ‘combination’ degrees. If your school uses the term “combination” degrees for programs that meet all of the PharmCAS criteria for dual degrees, then enter them in this section.
Provide a concise description of your institution's program to prospective applicants. Entries must not exceed 2,000 characters including spaces.
Enter the program’s admissions criteria for the upcoming entering class. Estimated data is acceptable (Do not enter ranges). If not applicable, enter N/A.
Please enter every REQUIRED course prerequisite. Select the subject that best matches the course content. If the program requires more than one course in the same subject (e.g., Biology I and Biology II), enter the courses separately on the form. Do NOT combine them into a single entry. AACP will use the course subjects posted on the directory pages to populate the annual "Course Prerequisite Summary" table. The number of times a course subject appears on the directory page will be equated with the number of courses required by the program in that particular subject. The information will help applicants and programs more easily compare course prerequisites across institutions. Use the text box to provide additional details about your prerequisites, such as recommended courses, alternate courses, prerequisite tracks, and other details.
The phrase "Select PharmCAS Code 104 to report scores directly to PharmCAS" will be included on the public-facing school directory page. For details on the PCAT tests dates, please visit http://pcatweb.info/.
This section is about evaluations, also known as letters of reference or recommendation (LORs).
PharmCAS will NOT verify that an applicant selected the correct evaluator type for your particular institution.
* If you are a non-PharmCAS institution, please ignore all references to PharmCAS and still complete this section.
Pharmacists who previously earned a bachelor's degree in pharmacy in the U.S. or abroad may choose to pursue a traditional or nontraditional post-BS Pharm.D. degree offered by a college or school of pharmacy in the United States. Pharmacists may enter a post-B.S. Pharm.D. program with advanced standing (e.g., in the P2 year). This field does NOT refer to your school's entry-level Pharm.D. degree program for students without a pharmacy degree. Most programs answer "no" to this question.
If CURRENT pharmacists educated in the U.S. and/or abroad apply to the post-B.S. Pharm.D. program through PharmCAS, contact email@example.com for additional instructions.
If your program is interested in enrolling in either of the PharmCAS-facilitated services below or if your program requests changes to your current participation, please contact CAS@aacp.org.