"Current practices and anticipated changes in academic and nonacademic admission sources for entry-level PharmD programs"
Chesnut, Renae J.
Phillips, Charles R.
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SubjectPharmacy--Study and teaching.; Universities and colleges--Admission.; Pharmacy colleges--United States--Entrance requirements.; Academic achievement.
The purpose of this study was to describe and compare current admission practices with anticipated changes in academic and nonacademic admission information sources for entry-level PharmD programs. An author-constructed survey collected data from pharmacy programs on current and anticipated admission processes. After follow-up efforts, a 92 percent response rate was achieved. Results suggest that a lack of significant changes can be expected between admission practices used for the Fall 1997 entering class and those anticipated for Fall 2000. Likewise, applicant qualities sought and information sources used to measure these qualities are not expected to change significantly prior to the Fall 2000 entering class. This study indicated that most pharmacy programs utilize academic and nonacademic admission information sources and that they feel they are meeting the adopted ACPE Standard and Guideline 16.3 which requires that pharmacy programs use information sources in the admission process other than academic information.
Renae J. Chesnut is Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Drake University. She can be contacted at email@example.com Charles R. Phillips is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Administration/Department Chair of Pharmacy Practice in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Drake University. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org