UHCOP, Kaplan Offer 'Pharm.D. Boot Camp' for Current UH Students
UH College of Pharmacy and Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, a provider of test preparation services, are offering a "Pathway to Pharmacy" series of workshops on Saturday, Oct. 18, to better prepare UH pre-pharmacy and undergraduate students for applying for the Pharm.D. degree program.
Open to all UH students interested in applying to the Pharm.D. program, the Pathway to Pharmacy workshop will be 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the UH campus. The program will feature sessions on the UHCOP admissions process, the PCAT exam, how to develop a personal statement and interviewing skills, a tour of the College of Pharmacy, and a question-and-answer session with a panel of current Pharm.D. students. Lunch also will be provided.
Space for the "Pathway to Pharmacy" program is limited and by invitation only. Click here to request a seat (detailed location information will be provided upon registration acceptance).
"Admission to the UH Pharm.D. program is highly competitive, with more than 700 applicants for about 125 spots in a given year," said Nekesa Berkley, director of Recruiting for the Pharm.D. program. "This program is part of our ongoing efforts to give interested students the tools and knowledge to ensure they are well-prepared for the application and admissions processes."
To download the program flier, click here.
Questions about the Pathway to Pharmacy workshop may be directed to Pharm.D. Academic Advisor Natasha Hindocha at 713-743-0692.
For more information on the UH Pharm.D. application requirements and admissions process, please visit the Pharm.D. Prospective Students page.
Kaplan is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET), a U.S. Department of Education nationally recognized agency.