The two-year Pre-Pharmacy program with the UW-Platteville Department of Chemistry serves students from any science major interested in pursuing a career as a pharmacist. You’ll learn about chemistry, anatomy and physiology, and more while preparing for the high-level coursework of pharmacy school.
Outside the classroom, you can build on your experience through student clubs and organizations, or undergraduate research to help you build a competitive application for your advanced schooling application. Plus, we offer a wide variety of campus support programs like STEM Living and Learning Communities, mentoring, and others that allows you to create a student experience unique to you and your goals.
Once you complete the program, you’ll be poised to complete the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) and be accepted by a school of pharmacy. Following graduation, completion of a one-year internship, and passage of the state board examination, you’ll be licensed to practice as a pharmacist.