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MEET OUR STAFF
The Saint Joseph College School of Pharmacy is sponsoring a coffee break and a booth at the Connecticut Pharmacists Association Mid Winter Meeting
on February 3rd. The meeting will be held at the Aqua Turf in Southington, CT. It is a great way to get a head start on your CE requirements for 2011. Check out the CPA website for more information. Stop by our booth to meet some of our staff and get a free gift as well. 
 

 
Greetings!

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The Saint Joseph College School of Pharmacy has just received news from the  Accreditation Council for

Pharmacy Education (ACPE) that we have been granted Pre-Candidate Status. That means that we can now formally accept students for the Class of 2014.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Having received precandidate status from ACPE, the Saint Joseph College School of Pharmacy is now officially accepting students for the Class of 2013. All our students are required to have a Bachelors of Science degree with the pharmacy prerequisites.
 

The following courses are required to be considered for admission to the Pharm.D. program:

Biological Sciences - minimum 12 semester credits or 18 quarter units in

 

Chemistry - minimum 16 semester credits or 24 quarter units in

 

Physics - minimum 4 semester credits or 6 quarter units in

 

Mathematics - minimum 6-7 semester credits or 8-10 quarter units in
  • Calculus -
  • Statistics -.
English - minimum 6 semester credits or 8 quarter units in

 

Oral Communication - minimum 3 semester credits or 4 quarter units
 In addition to the above, courses selected from the following categories are required:
Social/Behavioral Sciences - at least 6 semester credits or 8 quarter units

 

Humanities/Fine Arts - at least 6 semester credits or 8 quarter units

 

Additional Health-related Science Courses - at least 6 semester credits or 8 quarter units

 

As you can see, we are looking for the best and the brightest. Our goal is to provide the public with the best trained practitioners that will carry on the proud tradition of pharmacy.
More information is available at the School web site.