The program offers a first-class pharmacy education with a strong foundation in the sciences, and practice-oriented instruction. Faculty members are experts in the field and bring their own valuable experiences to the classroom.
During their four years of professional study, learners take courses in the pharmaceutical sciences; develop clinical skills through didactic and group-based coursework; and learn the administrative aspects of pharmacy and healthcare while emphasizing professionalism, integrity, and diversity.
Courses encompass both didactic and experiential learning.
Experiential learning accounts for more than 30% of the curriculum.
On-campus immersions and clinical rotations at pharmacy locations in their communities empower learners for patient-centered work.
Learners also prepare to work with underserved communities by participating in local and global service opportunities. Upon graduation, learners have the necessary abilities they need to prepare to work in professional pharmacy settings, including healthcare clinics, hospitals, research labs, and more. Over the course of the program, learners will complete:
151 total credits
6 elective credits
11 clinical rotations