School of Pharmacy UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON Selection Criteria Admission Requirements All qualified students interested in graduate education in the Social and Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy are invited to apply. All applicants must satisfy minimum admission requirements established by the UW-Madison Graduate School. A professional degree in pharmacy and basic course work in the social and administrative sciences are desirable but not required. Written descriptions of relevant professional experiences and interests are useful to the division’s admission committee when reviewing applicants. The Social & Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy Graduate Admissions Committee considers all of the required application materials in making admissions decisions. Important factors for admission include undergraduate course work, graduate or professional degrees, GPA, GRE scores, letters of recommendation, background and experience, and demonstrated commitment to pursue a research career in social and administrative sciences and/or health services research. Note that the application should indicate the highest degree one intends to pursue. A master’s degree is needed to pursue the PhD, so if one is applying and would be entering UW-Madison without holding a master’s degree, one would pursue a master’s in SAS at Wisconsin along the way to the PhD, but the PhD intent would be denoted on the online application. A master’s degree in a related field or from a different pharmacy graduate program will be evaluated for equivalency and potential deficiencies. GPA The minimum grade point average required for admission is 3.00 using a 4.00 scale. GRE Scores The SAS Graduate Program requires submission of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE); only the GRE® General Test is required. We do not have minimum GRE® scores, but GRE® Revised General Test scores of 163 (Verbal Reasoning), 151 (Quantitative Reasoning), and 3.5 (analytical writing) are recommended. TOEFL Scores International students must submit TOEFL scores. Minimum required scores are 580 for the paper test, 237 for the computer test, and 92 for the Internet test (IBT).