The Belmont University School of Pharmacy (BUSOP) reached another milestone in its development last Friday with the school’s first Admissions Interview Day. According to Dr. Elinor Chumney, BUSOP’s assistant dean for Student Affairs, the high level of interest in the Belmont Doctor of Pharmacy degree program was evidenced in the fact that prospective students came from eight states as well as across Tennessee. There were also three Belmont undergraduate students in this group of interviewees. Dr. Chumney said, “We are so happy with the response to our program. All of the prospective students and families that came to visit with us last Friday were quite impressed with the academic reputation of Belmont University as well as its warmth, charm and Christian community.” The School of Pharmacy will hold four additional interview days for its fall 2008 inaugural class over the next several months. Belmont students who are interested in careers in pharmacy and the Doctor of Pharmacy graduate program may obtain additional information about the program and this high-demand professional career by talking with any of the faculty at the School of Pharmacy office, which is located in Inman 202.
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