- How do I apply to WSU?
- How do I apply to a program in the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences?
Please refer to the "How to Apply" page for the program to which you are interested in applying.
- What are the admissions deadlines for the programs?
Clinical Laboratory Science May 1 Forensic Investigation Varies. See program webpage. Mortuary Science June 1 Nurse Anesthesia June 1 Occupational Therapy December 1 Pathologists' Assistant January 15 PharmD November 1 Physical Therapy October 15 Physician Assistant Studies September 1 Radiation Therapy Technology November 30 Radiologic Technology December 15
- How long are the programs, how many students apply, and what is the average admitted class size?
Program Length Number of Applicants Class Size Clinical Laboratory Science 2.5 years 30-40 30 students Forensic Investigation varies 15 n/a Mortuary Science 12 months 50-60 50 students Nurse Anesthesia 3 years 80-100 22 students Occupational Therapy 3 years 120-150 32 students Pathologists' Assistant 2 years 60-70 10 students PharmD 4 years 250-350 100 students Physical Therapy 3.5 years 350-400 32 students Physician Assistant Studies 2 years 500-700 48 students Radiation Therapy Technology 2 years 15-25 12 students Radiologic Technology 2 years 15-25 20 students
- Can I meet with an advisor?
We ask that you attend one of our monthly information meetings first. Our information meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. Faculty members and academic services officers will be there to to answer your questions.
- What is the minimum TOEFL score for the pharmacy and health science programs?
Please refer to the University admissions guidelines or in the case of the IELTS the minimum score needed is a 6.5. The exception to this is the physician assistant studies program, which requires a 250 on the TOEFL.
- How can I review my transcripts for the prerequisite requirements?
Students interested in applying to any of the programs in the college should complete a self-service transcript evaluation to determine the prerequisites you have fulfilled and those that you may be missing.
- What if I cannot finish all of the prerequisites before I plan to start one of the programs?
You will have to wait for the next admission cycle.
- How can I find out if my credits from another institution will fulfill program prerequisite requirements?
Transfer equivalency tables can be found at transfercredit.wayne.edu.
- I need to work full time. Can I still be admitted into my program?
Most programs in the EACPHS are full-time only. The programs are academically demanding, and our recommendation is that students should not work. There are several programs that are part-time and are flexible to the individual student. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs for more information or refer to the information sheet for your program of interest.
- Where can I park?
Parking for current students and visitors is available in parking structure 7, which is located on John R just north of Mack Avenue, for $7. (It is across the street from the college and next to the Whole Foods Market.) You can enter the structure from John R or Woodward Avenue. If you do not have a OneCard, you will have to pay the attendant at the Woodward exit when you leave the structure.
- The doors on the south (Mack) side of the building are locked. How do I get into the building?
For safety reasons, the south side building doors are locked. You may enter the building through the north side of the building (Brady Street) during normal building hours. This entrance is across from the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.