Prerequisite Course Guides

To ensure that you are planning to take the appropriate prerequisite courses that fulfill Midwestern University’s Chicago College of Pharmacy’s (CCP) requirements for admittance, please refer to your undergraduate institution's course guide listed below. If your institution is not listed, please contact the Office of Admissions. Requirements and course equivalents are subject to change. For additional information regarding grades required, AP credit, and course load recommendations, please see the Additional Information section at the bottom of this page.

A

Aurora University - Aurora, IL


B

Benedictine University - Lisle, IL


C

University of California / Irvine

Carthage College - Kenosha, WI

Chicago State University - Chicago, IL

City Colleges of Chicago

College of DuPage - Glen Ellyn, IL

College of Lake County - Grayslake, IL


D

Dominican University - River Forest, IL

College of DuPage - Glen Ellyn, IL


E

Eastern Illinois University - Charleston, IL

Elgin Community College - Elgin, IL

Elmhurst College - Elmhurst, IL


F


G

Governors State University - University Park, IL


H

Harold Washington College - Chicago, IL

Harper College - Palatine, IL

Hebrew Theological College - Skokie, IL

Henry Ford Community College - Dearborn, MI


I

University of Illinois / Chicago

University of Illinois / Urbana-Champaign

Illinois Institute of Technology - Chicago, IL

Illinois State University - Normal, IL

Indiana University - Bloomington, IN

University of Iowa - Iowa City, IA


J

Joliet Junior College - Joliet, IL


K

Kankakee Community College - Kankakee, IL

Kennedy-King College - Chicago, IL


L

College of Lake County - Grayslake, IL

Lewis University - Romeoville, IL

Loyola University - Chicago, IL


M

Malcolm X College - Chicago, IL

McHenry County College - Crystal Lake, IL

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI

Millikin University - Decatur, IL

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, MN

Moraine Valley Community College - Palos Hills, IL


N

University of Nebraska - Lincoln, NE

North Central College - Naperville, IL

Northeastern Illinois University - Chicago, IL

Northern Illinois University - DeKalb, IL

Northwestern University - Evanston, IL


O

Oakland Community College - Bloomfield Hills, MI

Oakland University - Rochester, MI

Oakton Community College - Des Plaines, IL

The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH

Olive-Harvey College - Chicago, IL


P

Parkland Community College - Champaign, IL

Prairie State College - Chicago Heights, IL

Purdue University - West Lafayette, IN


Q


R

Rend Lake College - Ina, IL

Richard J. Daley College - Chicago, IL

Rock Valley College - Rockford, IL

Rockford University - Rockford, IL


S

University of Saint Francis - Fort Wayne, IN

Saint Xavier University - Chicago, IL

Southern Illinois University / Carbondale

Southern Illinois University / Edwardsville


T

The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH

Triton College - River Grove, IL

Truman College - Chicago, IL


U

University of California / Irvine

University of Illinois / Chicago

University of Illinois / Urbana-Champaign

University of Iowa - Iowa City, IA

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, MN

University of Nebraska - Lincoln, NE

University of Saint Francis - Fort Wayne, IN

University of Wisconsin / Madison

University of Wisconsin / Milwaukee


V


W

Waubonsee Community College - Sugar Grove, IL

Wayne State University - Detroit, MI

Western Illinois University - Macomb, IL

Wilbur Wright College - Chicago, IL

University of Wisconsin / Madison

University of Wisconsin / Milwaukee


X


Y


Z


Additional Information

To qualify for admission to CCP, students must complete at least 62 semester hours of non-remedial prerequisite coursework from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university. Students must receive grades of a “C” or better in all prerequisite courses. (We are unable to accept grades of “C-” (minus).) If college credit is earned from Advanced Placement exam(s), that credit will be accepted if it is recognized by the undergraduate institution and appears on the official transcript.

To best prepare for the rigor of a full-time pharmacy school curriculum, it is recommended to take full-time undergraduate course loads whenever possible. Not only will this accelerate the completion of prerequisite courses, it will also help build all-important time-management skills, develop good study habits, as well as provide an excellent foundation for future pharmacy coursework.

For questions or guidance, please contact the Office of Admissions at 800-458-6253 or AdmissIL@midwestern.edu. We look forward to working with you.

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