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Dual Enrollment Pathway to Pharmacy

Save time and money on your pharmacy degree with Dual Enrollment courses from Cedarville.

If you are interested in a rewarding career in pharmacy someday, taking Cedarville University’s Dual Enrollment courses while you’re still in high school will save you time and money later. Follow the 30-credit pre-pharmacy pathway below, and you'll be prepared to complete Cedarville’s Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (including a Bible minor) and the Doctor of Pharmacy in six years instead of seven. You may save up to $40,000 in college, plus you’ll enter the workforce and begin earning a salary a year earlier! 

Learn more by contacting Dual Enrollment today. Our advisors will work with you every step of the way to help you enroll in classes that will help you reach your goal.

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Pre-Pharmacy Pathway Course Options
CCP Eligible*
Credit By Exam
BTGE-1725 Bible and the Gospel3  
BTGE-2730 Old Testament Literature3  
CHEM-1110 General Chemistry I & lab4 
BIOL-1115 Cell Biology & lab4  
MATH-1710 Calculus 1 (or MATH 1700)4
COM-1100 Fundamentals of Speech3 
ENG-1400 English Composition3
GSS-1100 Politics and American Culture3 
History elective3
HUM-1400 Introduction to Humanities3   
Humanities elective3 
LIT-2XXX Literature elective3
Social Science elective3
PEF-1990 Physical Activity and Healthy Living2  

*Ohio residents can take College Credit Plus (CCP)-eligible courses for FREE!

The Accelerated PharmD Pathway assumes that students will meet undergraduate proficiency requirements for English and math and complete two years of the same high school foreign language.

Transfer Credit

Please email before taking dual credit at another college. Not all courses will be accepted for transfer credit.

Early Assurance to the PharmD Program

Students may be considered for early assurance to the PharmD program and for program scholarships as early as their senior year in high school. Consideration for the early assurance program is based on academic achievements. Students who do not qualify for the early assurance program may pursue the bachelor of science in pharmaceutical science and apply to the PharmD program later in their academic journey. For information about careers in pharmacy or early assurance, you may contact Hope Strayer.

More Information

For information about the Accelerated PharmD Pathway, please contact one of Cedarville’s Dual Enrollment Advisors at 937-766-3333 or by email.

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