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In this section, you can explore and learn more about diverse pharmacy programs offered at schools and universities across the nation. If you want to learn more in depth information about any school or college of pharmacy, please visit the PharmD School Directory.

Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy

Meet Anthony Elia, of Sewell, N.J., Duquesne University Class of 2016. Anthony is currently in the Doctor of Pharmacy Program.

“When it comes time for us to go on our rotations or internships, we are definitely ready. I wouldn’t trade the experience I’ve had here for anything.”

Visit www.duq.edu/academics/schools/pharmacy for more information.

Keck Graduate Institute School of Pharmacy

“Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) is a member of the academically acclaimed Claremont Colleges (http://www.claremont.edu/), a consortium of seven private institutions including undergraduate colleges such as Pomona College and Harvey Mudd as well as graduate schools such as KGI and Claremont Graduate University. Some of the distinguishing characteristics of the KGI PharmD program include the ability to earn a Certificate in one of four areas, experiences in the biotechnology industry as well as in a senior chronic care environment, over 2,100 hours of experiential education (including those in traditional community and hospital settings) and instructional methods utilizing “flipped classroom” and similar active learning techniques.

 

To learn more visit: http://www.kgi.edu/pharmacy

Howard University School of Pharmacy

This video highlights how Howard University School of Pharmacy’s unique course offerings, diverse student body and robust academic programs are preparing students to become future leaders of the profession of pharmacy.

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) has everything you would expect from a quality pharmacy school: exceptional faculty, meaningful research, and state-of-the-art technology. In addition to the video below, you may also want to check out PCSP’s student blog (www.rxtolifeatpcsp.blogspot.com),  which offers a great way for students to learn more about pharmacy school directly from current PCSP pharmacy students.

Purdue University College of Pharmacy

The world-class faculty at Purdue University College of Pharmacy have developed curricula that represent the cutting edge of training for the profession of pharmacy and in the pharmaceutical sciences. Through programs in drug discovery and development, molecular mechanisms of disease, innovative pharmacy practice, and assessment of the impact of practice models on patient outcome, the students and faculty at Purdue are engaged in meeting pressing needs in society. Visit www.pharmacy.purdue.edu for more information.

 Rosalind Franklin University College of Pharmacy

From day one, students at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science collaborate in healthcare teams, learning from, with, and about one another’s profession, and how, together, they each impact the future of health care. The College of Pharmacy offers students exceptional clinical education, research opportunities and exposure to emerging technologies. Located between Chicago and Milwaukee in North Chicago, IL, our program exposes students to practice in urban, suburban and rural areas at both emerging and traditional pharmacy practice settings.

Learn more at www.rosalindfranklin.edu

Union University School of Pharmacy

Take a tour of Providence Hall and learn more about what Union University’s School of Pharmacy in Jackson, TN has to offer.

University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Your education at the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will extend far beyond the classroom as you work side-by-side with your professors and peers to tackle real-world issues facing our society and see real-world results.

Learn more at www.pharmacy.buffalo.edu/4me.

University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy

Become a Pharmacist: We train the next generation of medication experts. Learn about the profession of pharmacy and studying at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy to become a pharmacist:http://pharmacy.uc.edu

University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy

From numerous research opportunities to interprofessional learning opportunities, hear what students at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy enjoy most about participating in the school’s Pharm.D. program.

University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

At The University of Toledo, one of the nation’s top pharmacy schools, state-of-the-art facilities and the benefits of learning on an academic health science campus are just part of what makes our pharmacy program distinctive. Students from all health science disciplines – including medicine, physician’s assistants, nursing, and pharmacy students – learn together on campus and in the Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center. Pharmacy students receive personalized attention, with a strong focus on involvement and leadership.

 

The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences offers a variety of dual-degree programs like the PharmD/MBA, the PharmD/PhD in Medicinal Chemistry, and the PharmD/MS in Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences, in addition to unique undergraduate programs in cosmetic science and formulation design, medicinal and biological chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology/toxicology, and pharmacy administration. To learn more, visit www.utoledo.edu/pharmacy.

University of South Florida College of Pharmacy

With agility and vision, we are revolutionizing our field to meet the challenges of the years to come. The role of the pharmacist is changing, and many are being called upon to assist all other healthcare providers with medication therapy management of chronic disease states. There is virtually no aspect of healthcare that will not involve advanced pharmacotherapeutic interventions. While the commonly recognized traditional roles of pharmacists will continue to be essential for the delivery of pharmaceutical care to patients, the pharmacists of the future will need to adapt to new methods of pharmaceutical care delivery that are not yet apparent, and participate as members of multidisciplinary healthcare teams. Be part of the future today! To learn more visit pharmacy.health.usf.edu