Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy

Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy (PharmD)

Application Fee • Pharmacy College Admission Service Application (PharmCAS) fee ($175 for the first pharmacy school and increases for each additional school)
• Supplemental Application fee ($100 non-refundable)
Previous Degree • Degree not required
• Minimum of 74 SCHs college credit from a regionally-accredited college or university
• Official transcripts from each academic institution attended. Transcripts are to be sent directly to PharmCAS. See instructions on the PharmCAS website:
Undergraduate Cumulative GPA Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
Pharmacy School Admission Test (PCAT) • Preferred composite score of 40 percentile
• Official PCAT scores must be sent directly to PharmCAS (School Code: 104)
International Requirements1 • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
• 550 Paper; or 213 Computer-based; or 80 Internet based
• Official transcript(s) from all colleges or universities attended with an original signature of a school official or an original school seal (If transcripts are in a language other than English, an official translation from the school, a recognized translator or translation verified by a United States Embassy or Consulate must accompany the native language transcript)
Other Requirements • Multiple Mini Interviews required
• Three PharmCAS recommendation forms are required from an applicant. Prospective students should submit two recommendations from college professors, and one from an employer, advisor, or college or university administrator (mentor or teaching assistant recommendation forms are not accepted). Please see the PharmCAS school page for further clarification

In order to be admitted to graduate and professional studies at Texas A&M University, submit international transcripts translated in English by a certified English translator, which can usually be accomplished at the nearest American Embassy in the student’s country. International transcripts for all Health Science Center (HSC) components are evaluated by and any required fees are paid to the Texas A&M University International Student and Scholar Services (