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CHSU offers a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program that focuses on preparing students to become the advanced practice pharmacists of the future and delivers an innovative curriculum through Team Based Learning. We would love to welcome you to our Pharmily here in California’s very affordable Central Valley region.
See more: https://chsu.org/cop/
California Northstate University College of Pharmacy (CNUCOP) is dedicated to educating, developing, and training individuals to provide competent, patient-centered care. CNUCOP offers a progressive educational program that emphasizes active learning, direct patient care experiences, and the role of research in advancing the profession of pharmacy with a goal to graduate highly skilled pharmacists and promote the expanding role of pharmacy through leadership and lifelong services in the health care system.
Learn more: http://pharmacy.cnsu.edu/
The Chapman University School of Pharmacy 3 year accelerated PharmD program trains student pharmacists and scientists to make a difference in people’s lives by improving human health in our local communities and around the world.
Learn more: https://www.chapman.edu/pharmacy/index.aspx
Idaho State University College of Pharmacy offers a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy program delivered at three locations, Meridian, Pocatello, and Anchorage. Offering a comprehensive and extensive faculty as well as research opportunities in Idaho, paired with incredible recreational activities and breathtaking scenery, Idaho State prepares it’s students while providing complements to their educational experience.
Learn more: https://isu.edu/pharmacy/
KGI offers students the opportunity to earn a PharmD plus a Certificate in one of four areas. Visit us at www.kgi.edu/pharmd to learn more.
Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Mercer University’s College of Pharmacy prepares its Pharm.D. and Ph.D. students to effectively contribute to and improve healthcare through excellence in patient-centered care and research.
Learn more: https://pharmacy.mercer.edu/
Midwestern University’s Chicago College of Pharmacy (CCP) develops professionals who provide care and services in a variety of practice areas such as community pharmacies, hospitals, managed care facilities, clinics, educational institutions, and pharmaceutical companies.
Beginning with the class of students that begins in the Fall of 2019, students may have a choice in the length of the curriculum:
- Three-year program that offers coursework year-round, including summers. Graduate in late August. (This option is limited to 40 students.)
- Three-and-a-half-year program that offers two summers away from the classroom, which may be used for pharmacy enrichment experiences, such as summer internships, research, and/or a pharmacy-related job. Graduate in late February, which allows students to get a jump start on the job search or more time to prepare for residency training.
Innovative 3-year program that graduates exceptional pharmacists.
Pacific University offers a three-year PharmD where we emphasize integration of concepts, as well as teamwork and collaboration among students. As one of several health professions programs offered at Pacific’s Hillsboro Campus, we also emphasize interprofessional cooperation among the healthcare team.
Learn more: https://www.pacificu.edu/pharmacy
Roseman University of Health Sciences offers an accelerated three year PharmD program. There are two College of Pharmacy campuses, one located in South Jordan, Utah and the other in Henderson, Nevada.
Learn more: http://pharmacy.roseman.edu/
Touro University California ~ College of Pharmacy, a regionally accredited Pharmacy school located in Northern California. The program at Touro University California is different from most – it is 2+2. We require students to have completed college (with the appropriate pre-requisites for our doctoral program) to help ensure that they are academically prepared. We do not require the PCAT (standardized tests may not be the best predictor of success for pharmacy school). Once in our PharmD program, students complete two intensive years of coursework supplemented by developing skills that they will need as a pharmacist (e.g. giving immunizations/shots). Then, they complete two full years of rotations in real practice sites – most pharmacy schools require only one year of practical training.
Learn more: http://cop.tu.edu/
UCSF’s new 3-year PharmD curriculum, launching in 2018, builds upon our historical success at guiding students to become problem solvers and leaders, while developing into skilled, compassionate, patient-centered pharmacists. It’s an exciting time to be a UCSF PharmD student, to be a part of and to benefit from this evolution. As a UCSF PharmD student, you’ll experience the dynamic, science-based way of learning that increasingly pervades the curriculum. This means that you’ll constantly be thinking through potential answers to questions, solutions to problems, and making connections between your learning, week to week and year to year.
Learn more: https://pharmacy.ucsf.edu/
The University of Colorado’s nationally ranked PharmD and PhD programs are closer than you might think. Nearly 20 percent of our students are from California. They’re attracted to affordable tuition, quality reputation, and location. Wherever pharmacy takes you, let CU Pharmacy be the first step in a rewarding career.
The University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy has maintained a top 10 ranking for the last 32 years and continues its drive to help students achieve their fullest potential through advanced opportunities, international studies, community service, health care practice, and research. At the UK College of Pharmacy, we know that revolutionary drug therapies and health care innovations are born from diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students, faculty and staff.
Learn more: http://pharmacy.uky.edu/
The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, widely recognized as one of the top pharmacy schools in the world and consistently ranked among the top ten Colleges of Pharmacy in the United States, prepares students for broad opportunities for employment in fields both within and outside of pharmacy practice. The UM PharmD program includes extensive clinical and professional training. With an enrollment of 320, students benefit from the advantages of belonging to a close-knit community with access to the resource riches of a world-renowned University and health system.
Learn more: https://pharmacy.umich.edu/
The University of Montana – Skaggs School of Pharmacy prepares graduates to be highly skilled, patient-centered health care professionals, scientists and educators. Patient care is at the center of pharmacy practice. As the medication experts on the health care team, our students will be prepared as pharmacist patient care providers to promote the health and well-being of individuals and communities. Graduates are prepared for life-long learning, community service, and social responsibilities and to foster cultural sensitivity.
Learn more: http://health.umt.edu/pharmacy/
Pacific’s accelerated, eight-semester (3 year) doctor of pharmacy curriculum exposes students to the pharmaceutical, administrative, social, behavioral and clinical science aspects of the field. During the first and second year, students gain experiential patient care experience in a wide variety of settings and during their third year they complete full time rotations at sites supported by our regional coordinators.
One Incomparable Education. Many Rewarding Career Paths.
Learn more: https://pharmacyschool.usc.edu/
The Doctor of Pharmacy program combines rigorous academic coursework with hands-on practical experience.
WesternU’s College of Pharmacy is proud to offer an outstanding cutting edge curriculum, state of the art high tech classrooms, inter-professional education experiences, and a talented group of faculty and staff committed to the success of students.
Learn more: http://www.westernu.edu/pharmacy/