Admission Requirements

PharmD/MBA

Admission Requirements

Students interested in pursuing the dual degree must gain acceptance into both programs. To start, the applicant must apply to the PharmD program.  View the PharmD admission requirements.

Upon acceptance into the PharmD program, the applicant submits an application to the MBA program and a written request to forward his or her PharmD application to the business school.  This request must be sent by email to Kimberly Whitted, admissions coordinator, at kwhitted@campbell.edu.

Application Deadlines

All PharmD materials must be received by March 1. If applicant plans to take the MBA summer course, the MBA application deadline is June 15. Without the summer course, the MBA application deadline is July 15.

Summer Course

If the student has not met all the prerequisite classes for the MBA program, he or she has the option to complete these during an accelerated three week summer course. Upon successful completion of the three week summer course, all requirements for admission are satisfied.  Students are not required to take the GMAT, the PCAT score will be considered in lieu of the GMAT score. The MBA degree will not be conferred until the PharmD requirements are completed.

For more information about the accelerated summer course, contact Emily Holliday, assistant director of graduate programs, at hollidaye@campbell.edu.

Prerequisites

The following is a list of undergraduate prerequisites for the MBA program:

Course  

Credit Hours

Accounting  

3

Computer Science

3

Economics  

3

International Business

3

Management

3

Marketing

3

Statistics 

3

Alternatively, students may complete BADM 510-Business Foundations, an intensive accelerated summer course (nine credit hours) covering basic concepts in accounting, economics, ethics, finance, international business, management, marketing and quantitative methods.