Pharmacy Dual Acceptance Program
The University of Saint Francis and Midwestern University (in Chicago) have teamed up to offer a dual acceptance program in pharmacy. Exceptional high-school students apply to both the University of Saint Francis and Midwestern University. Upon acceptance, students may complete an associate degree at the University of Saint Francis (64-68 hours) over two years providing them the core science courses. The remaining courses are taken at Midwestern University in Chicago resulting in a Doctorate in Pharmacy (PharmD). Applicants must apply during their senior year of high school.
Placement exams are required for Chemistry and Math at the University of Saint Francis; therefore, students may be required to take additional hours if they are placed in a lower-level course. Some summer courses may be required to complete the program within the 2-year time frame. The deadline for applications is early February. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Jean Elick.
- iConnect (ICON 101)
- English Composition I (ENGL 101)
- English Composition II (ENGL 102)
- History (HIST 101)
- Philosophy (PHIL 211)
- General Psycology (PSYC 121)
- Calculus I (MATH 223)
- Speech (COMM 121)
- Economics (ECON 207 or 208)
- Principles of Chemistry I (CHEM 141)
- Principles of Chemistry II (CHEM 142)
- Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 241)
- Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 242)
- Principles of Biology I (BIOL 190)
- Principles of Biology II (BIOL 191)
- Anatomy and physiology (BIOL )
- Physics I (SCIE 257)
- Physics I (SCIE 258)
The pre-pharmacy major participates in CHEM 480 (481) seminar for four semesters.