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Instructions for Pharmacy Applicants

The University of the Pacific Eberhardt MBA Program is pleased to announce our new procedures for Pharmacy Centralized Application System (PharmCAS)* applicants.

If you have applied to the University of the Pacific Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Program, you already realize the benefits of a single, web-based application. The benefits of using PharmCAS include:

  • Decreasing your time and cost of applying to multiple programs
  • Reduces or eliminates duplicate application data and transcripts
  • Applicants can close and reopen their application at any time, and take as many sessions as necessary to complete it
  • Enables you to check your application status and progress within the system, from anywhere you have internet access
  • Enables one-time payment for all applications via a secure e-commerce system

Please read and follow these basic steps to complete the MBA application process in a timely manner:

STEP 1: Complete your PharmCAS application and submit all supporting documents such as transcripts and recommendations as required.

STEP 2: After completing all Pharmacy applications, your next step is to complete the Eberhardt MBA application through BusinessCAS. This application is similar to the PharmCAS format and will include required personal statements and a resume upload. Recommendations are not required but may strengthen your candidacy and can be requested through the application system.
STEP 3: Send your GMAT** scores directly to University of the Pacific.

STEP 4: Official transcripts should be sent directly to the processing center of BusinessCAS per requirements. BusinessCAS will verify your transcripts and add them to your application file.

The deadlines for the Early Advantage MBA application are January 15 (Round 1), March 1 (Round 2) and June 1 (Round 3). Applicants are encouraged to adhere to these deadlines for priority consideration of Eberhardt School merit-based financial assistance resources. Pacific pre-pharmacy applicants should be sure to meet the Round 2 date so that advancement decisions can be made in a timely manner.

Please contact the MBA Program Office for more details on the Eberhardt MBA, MBA Healthcare Management Track or MBA Cost and Financial Aid.

Please Note:

*This application procedure also applies to Pacific Pre-pharmacy students who are also required to complete the PharmCAS application.

** Either GMAT or GRE (code=2451) will be accepted and reviewed for Pharmacy applicants. Please contact the MBA Office if you have any questions. Details on preparing for and registering for the GMAT can be found at