Pharmacy Dual Degree Program

Articulation agreement with Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy

For those students seeking to go to pharmacy school, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University and the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey have an articulation agreement. The program is intended for students in the senior year of high school who want to go to pharmacy school and meet various requirements. These students apply for admission to Stockton general application as well as as application for the articulation agreement and if accepted, come to Stockton to complete prerequisites. Students have the choice of majoring in Biology and taking 3 years to complete requirements and prerequisites or majoring in BCMB with a choice of 2 or 3 years. After four semesters at Rutgers, the students earn a B.S. from Stockton and after eight semesters at Rutgers earn the doctoral of pharmacy degree.