Applicants to the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy must complete all prerequisites with a grade of C or higher (C- or below is not acceptable) at a college or university that is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges or one of its regional affiliates. Applicants must complete all prerequisites by the end of the spring term prior to their first fall term in the School of Pharmacy. Science and Calculus prerequisite course work must have been completed within the last 10 years of the semester in which the applicant intends to enroll. We can offer prerequisite s extensions into the summer semester in certain circumstances. Please contact us at @ for more information. In many cases, applicants can be admitted while they are completing the course work in the spring semester but the number of courses in progress may affect the decision of the admissions committee should there not be sufficient course work to evaluate.
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* Applicants must hold a qualification in law (LLB/DipLaw or equivalent) to be eligible to apply for admission to these programs.
^ Applicants entering these programs who do not hold a qualification in law must complete the foundation unit LAWS6252 Legal Reasoning and the Common Law System before/whilst attempting further law units.
# Interdisciplinary programs administered by other faculties. Applications should be submitted to the relevant faculty.
c Applicants must complete 72 credit points and 48 credit points if the Faculty has granted the applicant a reduced volume of learning in recognition of their qualifications and/or experience.