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Students become pharmacy leaders through collaborative research opportunities and real-world experience.

Program Areas

PharmD

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The Doctor of Pharmacy program provides a foundation to practice pharmacy.

Residency

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Our Residency program balances educational excellence with real-world experience.

Continuing Education

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Continuing Education allows pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to learn, acquire, and apply the latest knowledge.

MS / PhD

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MS / PhD students will explore innovative research areas under the guidance of faculty.

Distance Learning

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Distance Learning opportunities are offered to students in the Masters program. 

Graduate Certificates

Designed with three main interest areas: cosmetics and personal care, drug development and pharmacy leadership.

About the College

Dean Mackinnon

Message from the Dean

I would like to welcome you to the website of the James L Winkle College of Pharmacy. Whether you are a prospective student, a current student, a faculty member, an alumnus, a preceptor or a friend of our College, I am pleased that you have chosen to visit our website and to learn more about our College.

As Dean of the College, I am proud of the accomplishments of our faculty, staff, students and alumni...

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Alumni & Giving

Whether it is coming to social events, volunteering, networking, or giving back to the college we are so happy that you are interested in continuing your relationship with us beyond graduation.

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Latest News

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Two UC Academic Health Center deans inducted into the National Academies of Practice

Tina Whalen, the dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences and Greer Glazer, dean of the College of Nursing were inducted into the National Academies of Practice at the organization's annual meeting and forum held March 7-9, 2019 in Pentagon City, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. They were nominated for induction by Neil MacKinnon, dean of the James L. WInkle College of Pharmacy, who was inducted into the National Academy of Practices in May 2018.

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