Pharmacy Estimated Costs

The UMKC School of Pharmacy offers an undergraduate pre-pharmacy degree, an undergraduate Pharm.D., a professional Pharm.D. degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree within two disciplines — Pharmacology and Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Sciences in partnership with the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program administered by the School of Graduate Studies.

Some professional programs include additional fees. Learn more about the fees associated with your specific program before calculating your final cost of attendance.

Undergraduate Pre-pharmacy

Pre-pharmacy years 1 and 2 of the 2+4 program are considered undergraduate; therefore, students are required to include parent information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students complete these first two years of coursework on the Volker campus.

Learn more about the FAFSA

View undergraduate estimated costs

Undergraduate Pharm.D. (no bachelor's degree)

First-year Pharm.D. (P1) students that have not completed a bachelor’s degree prior to beginning coursework are considered undergraduate; therefore, parent information is required on the FAFSA. Afterwards, P2-P4 years in Pharm.D. will be considered graduate at which time students can receive graduate/professional level financial aid and not be required to provide parental data.

To estimate costs, contact Financial Aid or review tuition and fees on the Cashiers website.

Professional Pharm.D.

Students entering Pharm.D. and have previously earned a bachelor’s degree are considered graduate level during the entire program, years P1-P4. Therefore, parent information is not required on the FAFSA.

Students completing summer IPPE rotations are not eligible for financial aid. Students completing summer APPE rotations can receive financial aid for living expenses.

View estimated cost of attendance or review tuition rates and fees on the Cashiers website.

Interdisciplinary Ph.D.

The School of Pharmacy collaborates with the School of Graduate Studies to offer two interdisciplinary programs  Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacology and Toxicology. Students in these programs are considered graduate level and are not required to include parent information on the FAFSA.

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