The application deadline is February 1st of each year for the PharmD program. 

Florida A&M University, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public Health Office of Student Affairs, 1415 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tallahassee, FL 32307. 

Last year’s average GPA was 3.47. 

Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission. 

The College does not require the PCAT. 

A learner who has attended any regionally accredited college or university and has earned twelve (12) or more semester hours is considered a transfer student when applying to enter Florida A&M University. Before evaluation, transfer students admitted to FAMU must have official transcripts from previous institutions on file in the University Admissions Office. Credits are transferred based on the following:

  1. The institution must be regionally accredited.
  2. The overall grade point average is 2.00 or better on the transfer transcript.
  3. Grades of individual courses to be transferred are “C” or better, “S” or “P.” 

We receive on average six qualified applications per seat. 

We admit approximately 150 per year in the first professional year. Admissions are for the Fall semester only. 

Yes, FAMU encourages international learners with superior academic scholastic records and adequate English proficiency to apply for admissions. 

Financial Aid information can be located at: 

All students must have a laptop computer. Learn more about the laptop requirements here

The PharmD is the only pharmacy degree that leads to licensure in all 50 states. The Ph.D. is a research-focused degree that permits graduates to conduct academic, industrial, and governmental laboratories. 

No. FAMU processes all pharmacy admissions independent of any outside agency. 

No. The PharmD Program admission is either after completion of 2 years of pre-pharmacy pre-requisites or with an associate of arts degree (AA) or with a bachelor's degree and completion of all pre-requisites. 




The application deadline is April 1 for the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public Health graduate programs. 

Yes. All applicants to graduate programs in Florida must submit a GRE score, even if other admission criteria are satisfied. 

Enrollment in the graduate programs in the College of Pharmacy is limited due to research facilities, the number of faculty, and the availability of research and student financial support.