Pharmacy Schools That Don't Require the PCAT

JANUARY 03, 2016

The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) would be great to avoid altogether. Fortunately, a number of pharmacy schools do not require it.

According to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), here is the complete list of pharmacy schools that do not require the PCAT as of January 1, 2016:

California Health Sciences University
California Northstate University
Idaho State University
Keck Graduate Institute
Lebanese American University (Lebanon)
Loma Linda University
Manchester University
Marshall B. Ketchum University
Northeastern University
Ohio Northern University
Oregon State University
Pacific University (CA and OR)
Purdue University
South Dakota State University
South Georgia State College
St. John’s University
Touro University (CA and NY)
University of California–San Diego
University of California–San Francisco
University of Findlay
University of Massachusetts
University of Rhode Island
University of Southern California
University of the Pacific
Washington State University
West Coast University
Western University of Health Sciences

Alex Barker, PharmD
Alex Barker, PharmD
Alex Barker is the founder of The Happy PharmD, which helps pharmacists create an inspiring career, break free from the mundane "pill-flipping" life. He is a Full-time Pharmacist, Media Company founder, franchise owner, Business Coach, Speaker, and Author. He's also the Founder of Pharmacy School HQ, which helps students get into pharmacy school and become residents.