The University of Colorado School of Pharmacy offers the post-baccalaureate doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree for working pharmacists in a full- or part-time format. The North American-Trained PharmD Program (NTPD) is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). The program is designed to offer excellent, contemporary pharmacy education in a format that will fit into your professional and personal life. No campus visits are currently required.
All didactic courses are delivered online, providing:
- Maximal accessibility and flexibility to working pharmacists
- Opportunities for interaction with the faculty and other pharmacists in the program
- Discussion groups with faculty and classmates
- Lecture handouts and readings, audio and/or visual lectures, assignments, exams and messaging
Experiential training is also flexible. Some rotations can be challenged for academic credit, based on your experiences as a pharmacist. Others may be available part-time, or may be performed at your workplace in cooperation with the preceptor.
Learn more about the NTPD Program outcomes.