Through UNE’s Pre-Professional Pharmacy program, you’ll gain the expertise and knowledge needed to succeed in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. This two-year program is designed for students planning to apply to the College of Pharmacy, covering all pre-requisite courses for the doctoral program.
As a Pre-Professional Pharmacy student, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Integrate with the College of Pharmacy
- Build relationships with faculty in the doctoral program
- Be part of an inclusive community of innovative thinkers
It's great to be an undergrad at UNE. You'll receive a global education in a beautiful setting for a rewarding, enriching experience. UNE has been recognized for providing a strong return-on-investment, so you'll graduate with the expertise needed for careers in a diverse range of fields.
Challenging and comprehensive, the Pre-Professional Pharmacy curriculum includes coursework in biology, chemistry, social/global awareness and pharmacy practice. Through these hands-on courses, you’ll experience the best of what UNE has to offer: small class sizes, engaging faculty and an intellectual health sciences community. View the catalog.
Two Years on the Biddeford Campus
In the Pre-Professional Pharmacy program, you’ll live and study on the waterfront. Our Biddeford Campus includes state-of-the-art facilities, such as the Center for Excellence in the Marine Sciences, Harold Alfond Center for the Health Sciences and Peter and Cécile Morgane Hall. Learn more.
As a UNE student, you’ll join a close-knit, collaborative community. Class sizes are small, with faculty dedicated to student-centered learning. You’ll also have the opportunity to enhance your studies through applied studies, working together with professors on cutting-edge research and community outreach.
For More Information
For questions regarding pharmacy careers or Pre-Professional Pharmacy student advising, contact:
Sarah Vincent, B.S., Pharm.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
College of Pharmacy
For questions about applying to the Pre-Professional Pharmacy Program or credit transfer, contact:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions