Advances in medicine, and the complexity of caring for an aging population, put you in the center of patient care — whether pursuing research, clinical or retail careers.


The program focuses on a strong foundation in the pharmaceutical sciences, curricular integration, provision of high-quality pharmaceutical care, lifelong learning, appropriate use of technology, and opportunities for multi-cultural and multi-language development. The School promotes full emergence of the student as a practitioner and scholar and support the faculty as fine-tuned educators through community and professional service, leadership opportunities, planned development activities, and scholarship. The 4-year integrated course of study provides approximately 37 hours in the pharmaceutical sciences, 11 hours in pharmacy administration, and 106 hours in pharmacy practice and experiential learning.