Midwestern University Glendale – Online Pharmacy & Pharmacy Technician Degrees
Midwestern University (MWU) is the only institution in the country with colleges of pharmacy in two states: the College of Pharmacy-Glendale (CPG) and the Chicago College of Pharmacy (CCP).
- The University operates campuses in Glendale, Arizona (in the metropolitan Phoenix area) and in Downers Grove, Illinois (a western suburb of Chicago).
- MWU also administers two colleges of osteopathic medicine and a college of health sciences. The University is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association (NCA) of Colleges and Schools.
- Midwestern University’s outstanding reputation in the field of healthcare education has developed from its commitment to meeting the health care needs of society.
- The mission of Midwestern University College of Pharmacy – Glendale (MWU-CPG) is to educate and prepare students to assume roles as highly competent and motivated pharmacists. The academic program will cultivate inquisitive, selfdirected, caring pharmacists who are critical thinkers, problem solvers, and lifelong learners able to practice successfully in a changing healthcare environment.
- When in practice, these pharmacists will contribute to the health of patients and the well being of society by providing patient focused care. MWU-CPG embodies a spirit of community in which cooperation, trust, and mutual respect are valued elements.
- The 133-acre MWU Glendale Campus includes state-ofthe- art facilities in a serene Southwestern setting.
- Cholla Hall, the pharmacy education center features two lecture auditoria, a pharmacy practice laboratory, a computer workshop laboratory, research laboratories, and multiuse classrooms as well as administrative and faculty offices.
- Sahuaro Hall features a library and computer lab in addition to academic facilities for the medical school and allied health programs.
- Barrel Hall houses student services personnel, student lounges, and a gymnasium and weight room.
- A one- and two-bedroom student apartment complex allows students to take advantage of the academic and social resources of the campus community in a comfortable environment. Believing that well-rounded individuals make more caring health care professionals, Midwestern University offers students a variety of social, academic, and personal enrichment activities.
- Pharmacy students are encouraged to gain hands-on experience through community service initiatives and professional association activities.
The College of Pharmacy-Glendale (CPG) offers an innovative, three-year program leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
- After two years of preprofessional training at an accredited college or university, students complete their final three years of study at CPG.
- This three-year, fulltime, year-round program reduces the number of calendar years of study and allows quicker entry into professional careers.
- The College emphasizes a patient-oriented approach to pharmacy practice, stressing communication skills, problembased learning, and practical experience.
- The curriculum features early clinical rotations, allowing students to visit community and institutional sites one day a week during their first year of the program.
- The design of the rotations is integrated, so students are introduced to practical pharmacy experience while they are taking didactic course work.
PHARMCAS | Application Deadline
Yes – January 01 | February 15
- 2004 State Resident: 19787 Non-Resident: 19787 Fees Mandatory: 275 Optional: 0
- 2005 State Resident: 21172 Non-Resident: 21172 Fees Mandatory: 2015 Optional: 0
- 2006 State Resident: 23258 Non-Resident: 23258 Fees Mandatory: 290 Optional: 0
- 2007 State Resident: 33337 Non-Resident: 33337 Fees Mandatory: 2766 Optional: 0
- 2008 State Resident: 36004 Non-Resident: 36004
To be considered for admission to CPG, a prospective student must:
1. Complete, or be in the process of completing, 57-59 semester hours or 84-87 quarter hours of nonremedial, prerequisite course work from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university. The student must earn a grade of C or better in each prerequisite course. The following list of prepharmacy course work must be completed prior to matriculation to CPG:Qtr. hrs
|General Chemistry w/Lab||12|
|Organic Chemistry w/Lab||12|
2. Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale.
3. Submit scores from the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) to PharmCAS. The PCAT Code for PharmCAS is 104.
4. Reflect a people/service orientation through community service or extracurricular activities.
5. Reflect proper motivation for and commitment to the pharmacy profession as demonstrated by previous work, volunteer, or other life experiences.
6. Possess the oral and written communication skills necessary to interact with patients and colleagues.
7. Complete CPG’s on-campus interview process (by invitation only).
- Accreditation Status
Admitted Student Profile
- Average: 3.28
- Range: 18-52
- Admitted-Ratio: 5.17:1
- Average GPA 3.45
3 year accelerated pharmacy school program
The Office of Admissions
19555 North 59th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85308
888.247.9277 or 623.572.3215
Visit: Midwestern University Glendale – College of Pharmacy