Academic Affairs

Application for Pharmacy Transfer Admission

Joe Nun VertAll applicants must apply to PharmCas, the Pharmacy College Application Services at www.PharmCAS.org when applying to the professional phase of the pharmacy program.

To ensure proper evaluation of transfer credit, applications should be completed early. Application deadline is Jan. 7 for the professional phase.

Students with more than 12 semester hours after high school will be considered transfer students. If you have less than nine hours of college credit, you should follow the procedures for freshman applicants.

Unless you have a previous bachelors degree you must submit your high school transcript.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

When students consider transferring from one college to another, they are concerned about their credit hours. Butler University's admission policies are designed to help you make a smooth transition.

All course work completed at previously attended colleges and universities will be evaluated as part of the admissions process. The evaluation will be done within two weeks of receipt of all of your complete transcript(s). The Registrar's Office evaluates only official copies of transcripts after an application for admission has been received.

Admission Requirements

To be admissible to Butler University's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences pharmacy program, all transfer applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 with competitive PCAT scores of 55% or higher. Students will also be required to interview for admission. The average transfer student being admitted into the program has at least a 3.75 GPA and a 75 composite on the PCAT.