Pharmacy Direct Admission Program
A Partnership Between MTSU and Union University College of Pharmacy
The purpose of this agreement is to recruit highly qualified, talented students starting as early as a student's first year at MTSU and to offer them Direct Admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree program at Union University College of Pharmacy (UUCOP).
The Direct Admission Program guarantees admission to the UUCOP pending successful adherence to progression and matriculation criteria. Direct Admission students are not required to take the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT).
Students admitted to MTSU as freshmen or transfer students automatically qualify for Direct Admission to UUCOP. A currently enrolled MTSU student must complete a minimum of 28 of the required pharmacy prerequisite hours at MTSU (at least 14 hours of science and math) with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Students that are interested in the program, must complete and submit an application to Director for Pharmacy Admissions and Recruitment at Union University.
- Notify the UUCOP Office of Admissions of the desire for Direct Admission by completing the interest form (available online and in the CBAS Advising Center) and submitting it to the UUCOP Office of Admissions no later than October 15 (see address below).
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.
- Complete all pharmacy prerequisites as noted prior to matriculation into the UUCOP with a grade of "C" or higher in each course.
- Register for and complete a minimum of 14 hours per semester (fall and spring) at MTSU.
- Submit an official copy of student transcript to the UUCOP Office of Admissions at the conclusion of each semester
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For additional information
|Union University Contact
Pre-Professional Advising Manager
Director for Pharmacy Admissions and Recruitment Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 731-661-5979