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For Future Students

Application Deadline: To be announced

In academic year 2014-2015 the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy plans to admit 120 students, including approximately 33 students to the Bryan-College Station campus, pending approval. Admitted students will be appropriately distributed between the two campus sites. The College is currently conducting interviews for the Class of 2018.

Academic Progression and Success: Class of 2013*

Percentage of students enrolled graduating on time (i.e., complete all degree requirements in 4 academic years):  89%

Percentage of students passing Benchmark III Assessment on their first attempt:  96%

Percentage of students passing OSCE III Assessment on their first attempt:  97%

Percentage of students passing the NAPLEX® and MPJE® exams on their first attempt:  92% and 97%, respectively

Percentage of graduates licensed to practice pharmacy in the State of Texas as of December 2013:  91%

Percentage of graduates employed in pharmacy or in a pharmacy residency program in the state of Texas after graduation as of December 2013:  90%

Percentage of graduates practicing pharmacy in South Texas as of December 2013:  30%

Percentage of graduates entering residency programs as of December 2013:  17%

*The Doctor of Pharmacy Program as the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy is an ACPE fully accredited program.

Contact Us

Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy
Office of Student Affairs, 1010 West Avenue B, MSC 131, Kingsville, Texas 78363
361-221-0648   |  cop-admissions@pharmacy.tamhsc.edu

Last edited by: cshipman 03/05/2014

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