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Roseman University of Health Sciences Reviews

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  • 07/25/2012

    Reviewer is Researching this school. Reviewer has not been to campus.

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    Tips for prospective students

    Study harder and get ur goal

    In three sentences

    It's a good pharmacist school and it also have some other major program. From high school I want to pharmacist college. I take tips from former pharmacist who went to USC.

  • 05/28/2013

    Reviewer is A current student here.

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    What to do for fun

    It's Las Vegas! There is always something to do here.

    Food and Dining

    There is no cafeteria on campus. However, there are many choices of places to eat that is in very close proximity to the campus.

    Dorm Life

    On-campus housing is not available.

    Academic Rigor

    There is a lot of material that is covered for each exam. So, a strong and consistent study habit is required.

    Tips for prospective students

    The block schedule requires strong study habits. There is a lot of material covered in each 2 week span.

    In three sentences

    The PharmD program's block schedule is designed to reinforce learning and for students' success. In addition, the intimacy of such as small school allows for easy access to faculty and administrators. Furthermore, the rapport and interactions between students are unlike larger schools.

  • 03/27/2014

    Reviewer is A current student here.

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    Campus Safety

    It's fine. No complaints. Nothing stands out to comment on.

    Bang for the buck

    PRO: Unlike conventional semesters or quarters, Roseman has blocks. Each block is a subject. Focusing on one subject at a time makes more sense. Bang for the buck? Well, it depends on the instructors. The regular staff are fantastic. Most instructors are fine. We've experienced one or 2 who my class and I felt were a waste of tuition money. Other than that, I think you get the education and experience that you pay for (for the most part). CON: The school should have a higher acceptance criteria. Ask about the retention and graduation rate. For example, out of those who start the program, how many actually graduate? Not to be judgmental or demean anyone, but early in the program I've met a few classmates who I had a feeling were not cut out for the program (remember, it's 90%+ or fail). They came in with GPAs under 3.0, and scored kinda low on the TEAS. That's all I'm saying. Ask about the correlation of GPA and TEAS upon entry with the rate of success in the program. Just because you have a low GPA and TEAS score doesn't necessarily indicate you won't do well in the program. And having a high GPA and TEAS score doesn't mean you'll get through with flying colors either. Definitely ask questions and do some self-reflecting. Tuition is not cheap. CON: Disorganization. Too much of it to justify such a high tuition. Just about every block, there have been at least 1 significant instance of confusion and disorganization. There have been a number of classes before mine. Prior students said they experienced the same problems with disorganization. I would expect things to be smoothed out by now. This creates a lot of frustration. Don't be afraid to ask questions and speak up about your confusion and misunderstandings.

    Food and Dining

    No cafeteria. There is a comfortable sized common area to eat, and a couple of dining tables outside. But, you do have to bring your own food. There's lots of refrigerators and microwaves. There's some places to eat nearby (w/in few minutes drive).

    Dorm Life

    None. You need to figure out your own living situation. But, the school does have a roommate database so that you can find other students to room with.

    Academic Rigor

    You're required to get at least a 90% on each assignment and exam (NOT 90% average). If you don't pass the first time, you get a second chance in remediation. If you don't pass that.... you should ask the recruiter or adviser before making a commitment.

    Tips for prospective students

    Anticipate to make the program your top priority, because you'll have to study on average 12 hours per day, and sometimes on weekends. Have discussions with your family and spouse, because you rarely will have time to manage chores. I highly recommend you don't work while in the program. Prepare to learn FAST. You must be familiar with computers and technology, or be able to learn quick.

    In three sentences

    Very intense and fast-paced programs. Awesome faculty. Standards are set quite high.