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University of the Incarnate Word

San Antonio, Texas
4.00200
Naplex Pass Rate
86.36%
Acceptance
34.01%
Average GPA
3.25
Cost
$37,500
Reputation
Low
Cost of Living
131%
OVERVIEW
Institution Type
Private
Accreditation
Full Accreditation
Program Length
4 years
Program Structure
Traditional
Total Admitted Students
105 students
Foreign Application
Yes
ADMISSION
Minimum GPA
2.50
Average GPA
3.25
Minimum Prepharmacy
2 years
Admission Ratio
2.94:1
APPLICATION
Early Decision
Yes
Supplement Application
Yes
Bachelor Requirement
Yes
PCAT Requirement
Yes
Interview Requirement
Yes
Letter of Reference
2
US Residency
Yes
COST: IN-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$37,500
Second-Year Tuition
$36,500
Third-Year Tuition
$35,500
Fourth-Year Tuition
$34,500
COST: OUT-OF-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$37,500
Second-Year Tuition
$36,500
Third-Year Tuition
$35,500
Fourth-Year Tuition
$34,500
APPLICATION DEADLINE
3/1/2019
ACADEMIC DETAILS
Research Prowness
81.16%
Academic Reputation
Low
Number of Publications
243
COST OF LIVING
Cost of Living
131%
Room & Board per year
$15,720
Room & Board per month
$1,310
Women
63%
Men
37%
CONTACT INFORMATION
4301 Broadway San Antonio, Texas 78209
Dr. Amy Diepenbrock
DETAILED INFORMATION

The Feik School of Pharmacy is a partner with pharmacy educators and practitioners who are patient advocates in the healthcare community. We are dedicated to the delivery of superior care and enhancement of the quality of life for all citizens through the development of highly trained, culturally-competent, caring pharmacists. The goal of the program is to provide the San Antonio and South Texas communities with a greater number of trained, professional pharmacists to meet the population’s health care needs. Our rigorous four year curriculum is focused on training pharmacists to practice in varied multilingual and multicultural settings using evidence-based therapeutic and managerial principles. We always emphasize the use of technological advancements to optimize medication therapy and patient outcomes in a compassionate, legal, and ethical manner. The curriculum imparts the skills and attitudes required to think critically and communicate effectively to lead and advance the profession.
With a strong emphasis on community involvement, patient advocacy, and counseling for underserved populations, the curriculum provides opportunities to the student to become conversant in medical Spanish. Coupled with the diversity of the basic educational requirements, the curriculum satisfies the goal of producing a graduate whose personal ethics and professional skills allow for full participation and prosperity in the medical community. The integrated course of study provides approximately 37 hours in the pharmaceutical sciences, 11 hours in pharmacy administration, and 106 hours in pharmacy practice and experiential learning. For additional information, please visit us at http://uiw.edu/pharmacy/.

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