Carroll University is one of a small number of select schools with whom RFUMS has developed an articulation agreement for admission. This provides a significant advantage in obtaining admission to this premier pharmacy program for up to 20 Carroll students per year. Additionally, Carroll students and faculty will make regular visits to RFUMS for tours, seminars and opportunities for students to meet with RFUMS faculty. Information about the RFUMS Doctor of Pharmacy program and their accreditation status are located at rosalindfranklin.edu.
Students in the program will complete three years of coursework at Carroll prior to transferring to RFUMS. Courses in the first year at RFUMS will be transferred back to Carroll. Students will then receive a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Carroll University. Students will obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from RFUMS after successfully completing four years of coursework there. Alternately, a student may choose to stay at Carroll for four years and complete the biochemistry major before seeking admission to RFUMS. Admission to the pre-pharmacy program at Carroll University does not guarantee admission to the RFUMS pharmacy program. Students must complete all the admission material and processes at RFUMS for admittance to the program.