Application Deadline Extended to August 1, 2022
Students are encouraged to apply before the application deadline.
A student may be admitted to the College of Graduate Studies as either a regular degree student or a provisional degree student.
Applications for admission will receive an initial review by the College of Graduate Studies for minimal admission standards outlined below. Applications that pass initial college review will be referred to the respective academic unit’s Graduate Studies Committee for evaluation based on discipline-specific criteria established by the unit. The academic unit will provide recommendations for admissions decision to the College of Graduate Studies, which will be communicated to prospective students.
Administrative processing of applications for both Nevada and Utah campuses occurs at the Henderson College of Graduate Studies Office.
An application must be completed to apply to the program in addition to the below requirements:
- Non-refundable $75 application fee
- An official transcript from each college or university attended, listing all courses taken, grades and degrees earned, and dates of graduation
- Three letters of recommendation from persons acquainted with the applicant’s academic program, scholastic ability, or professional performance
- A brief autobiographical statement describing the applicant’s educational and professional goals and objectives
- Current curriculum vitae
Additional material or standards may be required by the academic unit’s Graduate Studies Committee for the purpose of evaluating prospective students and making admission decisions. These requirements may include:
- Minimum requirements for the GRE or other standardized tests, as may be relevant to the field of study
- Specific pre-requisite courses
- Other training/preparatory activities, as applicable
The Graduate Programs Coordinator will contact selected applicants by phone or email to inform them of their acceptance. Therefore, it is essential that you notify the Graduate Programs Coordinator if you change your address, phone number, or e-mail address after you submit your application.
When the College of Graduate Studies at Roseman University receives a complete application, they utilize the following criteria to determine which applicants are invited to interview:
- Academic Achievement
- Overall GPA
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college/university OR equivalent work required for such a degree
Based on a comprehensive review of an applicant’s academic achievements, the Graduate Programs Coordinator, with the Dean’s final approval, will offer admission to the most competitive candidates. All admissions decisions are final.
For information regarding financial aid, please visit https://www.roseman.edu/students-alumni/financial-aid/.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Roseman College of Pharmacy seeks to admit a diverse student population with demonstrated academic competency and commitment to the profession of pharmacy. As such, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, age, religion, creed, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status in any of our policies, practices, or procedures.
For any questions please contact:
Monica D’Ottavio, MA
Graduate Programs Coordinator