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Reverse Transfer

Get the bachelor's degree you've earned

You only need 54 college credit hours to meet the primary admission requirements for the PharmD program. A bachelor's degree isn't required.

However, your course work in the PharmD program will give you enough credits for a bachelor's degree from Missouri State.

Why do reverse transfer?

  • It saves you money. You'll have two degrees for the price of one. Receive recognition for the invaluable hard work you put in during your undergrad at Missouri State. 
  • Finish your bachelor's degree as you work toward your PharmD degree. You'll typically reach the requirements for your bachelor's degree by the end of your second year in the PharmD program.
  • A bachelor's degree gives you an extra asset for your career. Enjoy more flexibility and credentials for long-term success.

How it works

Through reverse transfer, you can finish with two degrees. Your PharmD credits can transfer back to Missouri State and fulfill the remaining credits for your bachelor's degree.


Reverse transfer paths

Receive a bachelor's degree in one of four majors.

Bachelor of General Studies

Reverse transfer your pharmacy courses to complete the Bachelor of General Studies degree.

Biology

Reverse transfer your pharmacy courses to complete a BS in biology and minor in chemistry.

Cell and molecular biology

Reverse transfer your pharmacy courses to complete a BS in cell and molecular biology.

Chemistry

Reverse transfer your pharmacy courses to complete a BS in chemistry and minor in biology.

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Reverse transfer timeline

Follow the steps to have a smooth reverse transfer process.