UGA PHARM MED

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http://www.franklin.uga.edu/premed/require.htm The purpose of the College of Pharmacy is to provide curricula for the comprehensive  academic needs of the profession of pharmacy. The College's doctor of pharmacy  degree program prepares students for the practice of pharmacy and the delivery of  pharmaceutical care. Its graduate program prepares individuals for professional  specialization and careers in teaching and research. Pharmcas: NO PCAT: YES Requirements: To be admitted to the professional program in the College of Pharmacy, a student must  complete prepharmacy academic requirements. The two years of prepharmacy  education can be completed at any institution provided the courses are equivalent to  those offered at the University of Georgia. Not less than 60 semester hours of academic  work must be completed to satisfy prepharmacy requirements. In addition, students must  meet the general requirements for physical education. Sem. hrs General chemistry .......... 8 Organic chemistry .......... 8 Precalculus math  .......... 3 Calculus .......... 4 Biology .......... 8 English .......... 6 Physical education .......... 1 Speech  .......... 3 Humanities/Fine Arts  .......... 3 Statistics .......... 4 Economics  .......... 3 Social science electives . ......... 9 Applicants to the professional program must take the Pharmacy College  Admission Test (PCAT). The fall offering date is the preferred time. 
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2008 for the course PHARM 1111 taught by Professor Wiegert during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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