By completing the pre-pharmacy program, offered in conjunction with
, students can obtain their doctor of
pharmacy (PharmD) degree in only six years.
Dominican offers the first two years of this program. Upon successful completion of two years
of pre-professional coursework at Dominican, students are admitted into the four-year professional
pharmacy curriculum at Midwestern.
To be considered for admission to the Dual Acceptance Program
(DAP), applicants students must have earned a:
Download pre-pharmacy program application
- High school GPA of at least 3.2 out of 4.0
- ACT composite score of 25 or higher (a writing component score must be included) or
- SAT score of 1700 or higher
Upon successful completion of this six-year program, students earn only the
PharmD degree. No undergraduate degree is awarded as part of this program.
Students who wish to obtain a bachelor’s degree may do so at Dominican and then enter a
graduate pharmacy program according to the normal timetable.