The pharmacy program at the University of Pittsburgh is a six-year program leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD). After two years of pre-pharmacy courses at Pitt-Greensburg, pharmacy students continue for four additional years in the School of Pharmacy (Pittsburgh campus). Students who qualify based on SAT scores and high school grades at the time they are admitted to Pitt-Greensburg are guaranteed admission to the School of Pharmacy as long as they maintain a GPA of 3.25 in required math and science courses and an overall GPA of 3.25. Those who are not guaranteed admission to the School of Pharmacy at the time they are admitted to Greensburg may still follow the pre-pharmacy curriculum and then apply for admission on a competitive basis. The following pre-pharmacy courses should be taken at Greensburg:
(1) Maintain a 3.0 in all science courses. (2) Maintain a C or better in all other courses. (3) Complete a pre-admissions interview with the Office of Admissions at the School of Pharmacy. (4) Have a PCAT score in the 70th percentile or higher. All courses must be taken for a letter grade, Pass/Fail courses will not qualify. CLEP, distance learning, online, or foreign courses will not qualify.