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PRE-PHARMACY 433 3 Sacred Scriptures/LTHE 121 ___ 17 3 3 3 ___ 10 4 4 3 4 3 3 ___ 17 Calculus I/MATH 140 Critical Analysis and Composition/ LENG 112 Summer General Physics I & Lab/PHYS 105 & 106 Micro or Macro Economics/BCOR 111 or 112 Intro to Psychology or Basic Sociology/ PSYC 111 or SOCI 110 SECOND YEAR Fall Organic Chemistry I & Lab/ CHEM 221 & 222 Human Anatomy & Physiology I & Lab/ BIOL 115 & 116 Public Speaking/SPCH 111 Microbiology & Lab/BIOL 331 & 332 4 3 3 3 4 ___ 15 ___ 17 Spring Organic Chemistry II & Lab/ CHEM 224 & 225 Applied Statistics/MATH 213 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 Senior Seminar (Medical Ethics)/ LBST 383 Human Anatomy & Physiology II & Lab/BIOL 117 & 118 UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON DUAL DEGREE 3+4 PRE-PHARMACY PROGRAM Gannon University in collaboration with the University of Charleston (UC) School of Pharmacy offers a competitive 7-year Doctor of Pharmacy Degree, leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences from Gannon University and a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy. This program allows academically qualified students to attend Gannon University for three years of pre-pharmacy before transferring to the Charleston School of Pharmacy for four years. After successful completion of the first year of the professional phase of the Program, students return to Gannon University to receive their undergraduate degree. They receive their Pharm.D. degree from UC following the successful completion of the professional phase of the Program. The Charleston School of Pharmacy has reserved a minimum of five (5) positions for Dual Degree Pre-Pharmacy Gannon students with the understanding that additional positions may be available for qualified students. Admissions Requirements for incoming Gannon students: • Minimum SAT score of 1100 or higher (ACT total of 24 or higher) • High school GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 • Top 25% of the high school class • Additional evidence of scholarly and extracurricular activities • Letters of recommendation Admissions Process to Gannon University Students are encouraged to apply by the November 1st deadline. All applicants will be placed in one group, a pool from which the five top students are chosen. Once offered acceptance, students will have two weeks to send their enrollment deposit to reserve their space in the

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