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School of Pharmacy

Academic Programs


The School of Pharmacy offers PharmD, nontraditional PharmD, PhD degrees in toxicology, pharmaceutical sciences, and pharmaceutical outcomes research, a new Master of Science degree in pharmaceutical sciences, as well as continuing education courses.

We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds, cultures and environments.

PharmD Program 

PharmD Program

The PharmD curriculum consists of curricular theses including: foundational sciences; pharmacy and health care; integrated clinical sciences; instructional methods; ethics; professional skills development; capstone; and experiential.​

Professional Curriculum

Independent Study

Experiential Program

Nontraditional PharmD Program 

iPharmD™

Designed for working pharmacists, iPharmD™ offers two PharmD programs for international- and North American-trained pharmacists with a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy.

North American-Trained PharmD (NTPD) Program – For pharmacists licensed in the United States or Canada

International-Trained PharmD (ITPD) Program – For international pharmacists licensed outside the United States or Canada

PhD Programs 

PhD Programs

The school offers three PhD programs: two in the laboratory sciences and one in pharmaceutical outcomes research

PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences

PhD in Toxicology

PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research

Master's Programs 

Master's Programs

The Master of Science (MS) in Pharmaceutical Sciences provides a solid foundation in pharmaceutical research and allows the student to specialize in one of four tracks: clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics; drug discovery; molecular and systems toxicology; or pharmaceutical biotechnology and drug delivery

MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences

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