Because of the block system and the highly integrated nature of the didactic component of the curriculum, the College of Pharmacy will consider requests for transfers from other Doctor of Pharmacy programs on an individual basis.
The College of Pharmacy requires all transfer students to fulfill the experiential learning requirements for the first year of the program (368 hours in a community pharmacy), starting no later than the fourth week of May and finishing prior to starting the second year of Roseman’s program in August. Applicants interested in applying for transfer should:
Complete and provide all information requested in the application, including all official transcripts of undergraduate and pharmacy coursework, and the application fee.
Completed applications should be sent to the attention of the Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs
Helen Park, BA, PharmDAssistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs11 Sunset WayHenderson, NV 89014
The College of Pharmacy will begin accepting transfer applications for Fall 2020 entry in February 2020.
To be considered for transfer, candidates must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.0 when enrolled in the professional year(s) of the pharmacy program.
Individuals with a prior BS in pharmacy will not be admitted with advanced standing into Roseman’s Doctor of Pharmacy program.