The curriculum for the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program provides a strong foundation in biological, chemical, pharmaceutical, administrative and clinical sciences that prepares graduates to practice pharmacy.
The pharmacy profession offers excellent opportunities for those interested in science and health care. Registered pharmacists find careers in community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, consulting, managed care, pharmaceutical manufacturing, scientific research, medical liaison, and education.
Pharmacists are experts in medication therapy management. They provide information to patients about their medications to ensure that they receive the maximum benefits associated with their treatment.
The PharmD professional degree program has been recognized by ACPE (Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education) with special commendation in the areas of student affairs, curricular development and assessment and clinical experiential education.