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The average number of applications received per year from 2005 through 2010 is 1,365.  In fall of 2009 TUSP admitted 154 students. The averages for this class are:

  • CGPA of 3.36
  • percentile composite PCAT score of 69%
  • age of 24


statistics for incoming class fall 2009



The graduation rate for the class of 2010 is 89%.


Temple's Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program meets the professional challenges of all areas of pharmacy practice. Our guiding philosophy is to inculcate values necessary for students to serve society as caring, ethical, and learning professionals while making them enlightened citizens.


Temple's Pharm.D. program requires six years of study divided into two components. The first requires the completion of two years of pre-professional education at Temple University or at an accredited institution of higher learning. The professional education component requires four years of study at the School of Pharmacy.


Temple also offers a Ph.D. and M.S. degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences and a non-thesis based M.S. in Medicinal Chemistry or in Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs.