The Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy Admission Office is here to help you every step of the way—please don’t hesitate to contact us (below) if you have any questions.

Want to know what it takes to get into CUW’s School of Pharmacy? Review the application process for PharmD and our Master of Product Development (MPD) program. Admission for either program occurs on a rolling basis, meaning your application will be reviewed as soon as it’s received and you’ll be notified of your admission status as soon as an admission decision is made. 

PharmD Entrance Requirements

MPD Entrance Requirements

Quick Tips for Application Success:

The Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy prepares you to serve as a specialist, with real-world skills you can take to a variety of practice areas:

1. Be an Informed Applicant

Prior to applying, read through the material on this website, including important application dates. Being informed makes the whole process much easier.

2. Apply Early

Because of our rolling admission process, we begin filling seats right away. Waiting to apply can put you at a disadvantage, regardless of your qualifications.

3. Budget and Schedule

Between applying and traveling to interviews—among other factors—applying to pharmacy school can be expensive and time-consuming. Be aware of your budget and schedule as you begin in order to avoid additional stress during the process.

4. Stay in Touch

We pride ourselves on the individual attention we’re committed to giving our applicants. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions and concerns.

This is a big decision. Make sure you take the time to explore the possibilities our program has to offer as you weigh your options. We’d love to have you join the Concordia University Wisconsin family!

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Admission Questions?

We're available to address any general questions or concerns you have:

Sarah Blake, Director of Recruitment and Admissions

Erin Levenhagen, Admission Counselor

Benjamin Roob, MPD Admission Counselor (for questions related to our Master in Product Development)