Academic Partnerships

The Marshall School of Pharmacy recognizes the need to provide qualified prospective students with unique opportunities to qualify for entry into the field of pharmacy. To facilitate this, Marshall has developed several articulation agreements with select regional institutions to provide a direct pathway to the PharmD program.

Click the university’s below to read the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with each institution. For more information, select the designated contact at each institution.



Description of Partnerships

Alice Lloyd College PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give guaranteed admission during each admission cycle to two or more students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Paul Yeary, Professor of Chemistry; Natural Science and Mathematics Chairperson, paulyeary@alc.edu.
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Ashland Community and Technical College PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give preferential consideration during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Mary Cat Flath, Professor of Biology, marycat.flath@kctcs.edu.
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Concord University PDF

As part of this 3+4 accelerated pathway agreement, MUSOP agrees to give guaranteed admission during each admission cycle to one or more students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. Additionally, students at Concord University can receive both a Bachelor’s degree and PharmD in a combined 7 years through this pathway. A full list of transfer requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Kim Chambers, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, kchambers@concord.edu.
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Eastern Kentucky University

Information regarding this program will become available soon – last updated Feb 21, 2018. Please contact Dr. James Luba, Pre-Professional Academic Advisor in University Programs, james.luba@eku.edu
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Marshall University

As part of this 3+4 accelerated pathway agreement, MUSOP agrees to give guaranteed admission during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum requirements. Additionally, students at Marshall University can receive both a Bachelor’s degree and PharmD in a combined 7 years through these pathways. Full lists of requirements and courses for both pathways are available below, as well as contact information for each pathway.

College of Science (PDF)
College of Health Professions (PDF)

Contacts:
College of Science: Dr. Dru Bora, Assoc. Dean & Professor, bora@marshall.edu
College of Science: Ms. Sara Simpson, Academic Advisor, simpson87@marshall.edu 
College of Health Professions: Dr. Liz Casey, Assistant Professor, caseyel@marshall.edu
MUSOP: Ms. Megan Jude Russell, Director of Recruitment, jude21@marshall.edu
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Morehead State University PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give preferential consideration during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact David Eisenhour, d.eisenhour@morehead-st.edu
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Shawnee State University PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give preferential consideration during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Andy Napper, Chair, Department of Chemistry, anapper@shawnee.edu
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Southeastern Kentucky Community and Technical College PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to grant automatic interviews during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Wheeler Conover, Professor, wheeler.conover@kctcs.edu
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Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give guaranteed admission during each admission cycle to two students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, SWVCTC students should contact their academic advisors.
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Southwest Virginia Community College PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to grant automatic interviews during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Georgia Householder, Science Pre-Med Advisor and Assistant Professor, Natural Sciences, georgia.householder@sw.edu
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University of Rio Grande PDF

As part of this articulated agreement, MUSOP agrees to give preferential consideration during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. A full list of requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, Rio Grande students should contact their academic advisors.
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West Virginia State University PDF

As part of this 3+4 accelerated pathway agreement, MUSOP agrees to give guaranteed admission during each admission cycle to students who meet the minimum transfer requirements. Additionally, students at WVSU can receive both a Bachelor’s degree and PharmD in a combined 7 years through this pathway. A full list of transfer requirements and courses is available here (PDF). For additional information on this partnership, contact Dr. Mike Fultz, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, mfultz@wvstateu.edu
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