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The University of Toledo

Toledo, Ohio
4.10245
Naplex Pass Rate
90.59%
Average GPA
3.70
Cost
$8,536
Reputation
High
Cost of Living
84%
OVERVIEW
Institution Type
Public
Accreditation
Full Accreditation
Program Length
4 years
Program Structure
Traditional
Total Admitted Students
108 students
Foreign Application
Yes
ADMISSION
Minimum GPA
3.00
Average GPA
3.70
Minimum PCAT
40%tile
Minimum Prepharmacy
2 years
APPLICATION
Early Decision
No
Supplement Application
Yes
Bachelor Requirement
No
PCAT Requirement
Yes
Interview Requirement
Yes
Letter of Reference
2
US Residency
No
COST: IN-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$8,536
Second-Year Tuition
$8,052
Third-Year Tuition
$16,205
Fourth-Year Tuition
$15,742
COST: OUT-OF-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$17,896
Second-Year Tuition
$17,412
Third-Year Tuition
$28,135
Fourth-Year Tuition
$27,302
APPLICATION DEADLINE
3/1/2019
ACADEMIC DETAILS
Research Prowness
153.78%
Academic Reputation
High
Number of Publications
517
COST OF LIVING
Cost of Living
84%
Room & Board per year
$6,480
Room & Board per month
$540
Women
58%
Men
42%
CONTACT INFORMATION
2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo , Ohio 43606
Jose Trevino
DETAILED INFORMATION

The professional program in pharmacy is a six-year curriculum culminating in the PharmD degree. The plan of study includes a two-year pre-pharmacy curriculum focused on the science and mathematical foundation necessary to understand how the body works and responds to disease and its treatment. A core of humanities, social science and multicultural studies is also part of the early curricular plan so that graduates have an enlightened view of their roles in society. The professional division program of study focuses on biochemistry, microbiology, immunology and the design of chemicals that comprise today’s medicines. The study of pharmacology and pharmaceutics provides insight on how drugs work in the body and the most effective way to deliver drugs into the body. The curriculum integrates the administrative and clinical sciences with the pharmaceutical sciences preparing the student for providing effective patient care in a variety of practice settings. Proficiency in physical assessment, drug informatics, communications, writing and presentation skills is also emphasized. Introductory pharmacy practice experiences are incorporated into the first three years of the professional curriculum. The program is capped off with a two-semester advanced experiential component that offers training in a variety of practice settings. Completion of the program qualifies the student to sit for the pharmacist licensure examination. Interprofessional education with pharmacy, medical, nursing, physical therapy and other health professional students takes place in the multi-million dollar Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center which opened in Spring, 2014.
The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences offers a four-year BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) degree that prepares students for positions in management, pharmaceutical industry, forensic and research laboratories, and for graduate study. Current majors in the BSPS program include cosmetic science and formulation design, medicinal and biological chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology/toxicology, and pharmacy administration. An internship is required in all majors. The College also offers the MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences (with focuses of Industrial Pharmacy, Health Outcomes & Socioeconomic Sciences, or Pharmacology/Toxicology) degree, the MS and PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and the PhD in Experimental Therapeutics degrees.
Pre-professional division admission to UT is coordinated by Undergraduate Admissions located in Libbey Hall. All applications and accompanying material for admissions should be addressed to: The University of Toledo, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 2801 W. Bancroft, Toledo, OH 43606-3390, 800-5TOLEDO, or 419-530-8888. High school students apply for admission during their senior year, preferably by December 1. UT requires submission of ACT/SAT scores and completion of specific college preparatory curriculum course work to be considered for admission. The minimum academic core requirements are: 4 years/units of English; 3 years/units of natural science; 3 years/units of social science; 3 years /units of math (including algebra I and II and geometry or equivalent). Additionally, recommended courses include: physics and advanced mathematics, such as trigonometry or calculus. Computer proficiency is expected. Applicants who have graduated from an accredited high school will be admitted as entering freshmen to the College pre-professional division as long as they meet the following requirements: minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or a composite ACT score of 20 or SAT score of 950 (taken prior to March 2016) or SAT score of 1030 (taken after March 2016). Transfer students may apply up to 10 months prior to the beginning of the semester in which admission is sought and must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale for admission to the first or second pre-professional years. Students with coursework from non-Ohio institutions will be evaluated on an individual basis. Transfer applications for fall admission to the pre-professional division should be received by May 1.
Admission to the PharmD program of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences programs requires formal application through PharmCAS and is based on completion of general chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, physiology, mathematics (calculus I and statistics), physics, English composition I and II, and successful completion of a minimum of 60 earned semester hours of coursework. Attainment of a PharmCAS Cumulative Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and a PharmCAS Science GPA of 3.0 is preferred for consideration of an interview. In addition to PharmCAS Science and PharmCAS Cumulative Undergraduate GPAs, interview and official PCAT scores are evaluated in determining admission to the PharmD program. Up to 108 of the top applicants are selected for the PharmD program.
Academically exceptional high school graduates may be offered contingent admission to the professional program. Automatic admission to the first professional year will be dependent upon successful completion of the pre-professional years, while maintaining at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA and a 3.5 science GPA. To be eligible for contingent admission, students must submit a UT application and transcripts by November 15th of their senior year, and have earned at least a 3.75 GPA on a 4.0 scale, as well as a 29 ACT or 1350 SAT composite score. Upon receipt of a student’s completed admission application, additional materials will be requested. After interviews are conducted, final notification of contingent admit status will occur by late January. Additionally, academically exceptional first-year, direct from high school UT students may be eligible to apply for early admission.
Please see the following web page for links to more information about The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences: http://www.utoledo.edu/pharmacy/.
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