BS in Pre-Pharmacy

Lipscomb University - ISC, United States

bs-in-pre-pharmacy

Next enrollment cycle

January 2022

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First Year Course Fee

USD 35,752

Course Accredited By

SACSCOC

  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 7% scholarship
Help others live better, healthier lives. Develop productive habits within your patients. Research complex drugs that could one day change the world. This program will successfully transition you into the Doctor of Pharmacy program where you will be a sought-after professional.

Program Overview

  • If you’re looking for versatility in the healthcare field, look no further. As a pharmacist, you’ll help others live healthier lives. You can research complex drugs that could one day change the world. So put yourself on the path to a career that gives back.
  • We can successfully transition you into the Doctor of Pharmacy program of your choice, so that you’ll be a sought-after professional in the field. Luckily for you, we provide several ways to get there. Our Health Professions Advisory Committee are well-respected professionals and educators on hand to assist you with every step of planning. Even if you're not sure which pharmacy school you want to attend, our committee is available to help you tailor a journey with a major that best reflects your interests and goals.
  • If you’re intending to attend Lipscomb’s College of Pharmacy, you may opt to pursue a bachelor’s degree track, a 3 1 bachelor’s degree track, or take 64 course hours of required prerequisite courses. With any of these paths, you’ll build the foundation necessary to prepare you for Lipscomb’s Doctor of Pharmacy program.
  • You’ll gain access to our seasoned faculty and student pharmacists who have already begun their journey through membership in the Pre-Pharmacy Society. You will get personal, step-by-step guidance about the application process and pharmacy career pathways. You'll develop advanced critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills. You will be highly equipped to continue your education in the multifaceted field of pharmacy.

Program Foundations

  • Successful pharmacy students have a well-rounded education with particular emphasis in specific math and science core content. Our pre-pharmacy prerequisite courses were chosen specifically to prepare you for the foundation necessary to be successful in the pharmacy curriculum. Through the pharmacy curriculum students will develop advanced critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills which are vital in today’s health care environment.

Lipscomb Pre-Pharmacy Degree Options

  • If you're aiming for Lipscomb's Pharmacy school, consider our 3 1 degrees offered in Biology, Chemistry or Health Science each with pre-pharmacy emphasis. Remember, you can major in anything you want, as long as prerequisites are met.

Enrollment Cycles

  • January 2022
  • August 2022

Entry Requirements 

  • Direct Admissio
  • TOEFL (iBT) Overall 79
  • IELTS Overall 6.5
  • Pearson (PTE) 60 
  • Pearson Versant 64 or higher
  • Duolingo 105
  • GPA: Undergraduate: 2.5 for Direct Admission
     

For students prepared to start with Math 1314 Calculus I:
Fall (17 Hours)
Lipscomb Seminar (3)
BI 1073 - The Story of Jesus
CM 1113 - General Chemistry I
CM 1211 - General Chemistry Laboratory I
MA 1314 - Calculus I
General Ed. Course/Elective (3)


Spring (1 Hours)
BI 1083 - The Story of the Church
CM 1123 - General Chemistry II
CM 1221 - General Chemistry Laboratory II
EN 1313 - University Writing
BY 1134 - Principles of Biology: Cell and Genetics
General Ed. Course/Elective (3)
OR
For students prepared to start with Math 1113 Algebra:
Fall (16 Hours)


Lipscomb Seminar
BI 1073 - The Story of Jesus
CM 1113 - General Chemistry I
CM 1211 - General Chemistry Laboratory I
MA 1113 - College Algebra

Communication
Spring (17 Hours)
BI 1083 - The Story of the Church
CM 1123 - General Chemistry II
CM 1221 - General Chemistry Laboratory II
EN 1313 - University Writing
BY 1134 - Principles of Biology: Cell and Genetics
MA 1123 - Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry
OR
For students prepared to start with Math 1115 Pre-Calculus:
Fall (15 Hours)


Lipscomb Seminar
BI 1073 - The Story of Jesus
CM 1113 - General Chemistry I
CM 1211 - General Chemistry Laboratory I

Math 1115
Spring (17 Hours)
BI 1083 - The Story of the Church
CM 1123 - General Chemistry II
CM 1221 - General Chemistry Laboratory II
EN 1313 - University Writing
BY 1134 - Principles of Biology: Cell and Genetics
CO 1003 - Introduction to Communication

  • Undergraduate Direct Admit
  •  Direct Admit $35,752
  • Program Tuition Estimated Room, Board & Fees $16,044
  • *Pricing is subject to change
  •  Undergraduate Direct Admission Scholarship 
  • Scholarship Available - Upto $6,000 
  • *Direct admission scholarship is available in each year

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