The pre-pharmacy option is designed for students interested in attending pharmacy school at a graduate institution. This program provides the general education and science course work necessary for acceptance to pharmacy school upon receiving adequate Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) scores. Students will be required to learn the specific course requirements for the schools they wish to attend. Specific school requirements can be found through the Pharmacy College Application Service at www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/start.htm. Students accepted into the program will be eligible for priority admission to Shenandoah University Pharmacy School if, when accepted, the students have a high school GPA of 3.25 on a 4.0 grading scale and SAT scores of 1100 or greater or ACT scores of 24 or greater. Priority admission requires that the student continue their academic excellence and PCAT scores in the 75th percentile.