Are you an internationally-trained pharmacist looking to
make a positive impact for your patients, your community and your career?
By earning your Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from the
University of Colorado’s Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’
International-Trained PharmD (ITPD) Program, you’ll be able to make a lasting
impact in all three facets.
The ITPD curriculum is designed for internationally licensed
pharmacists. The program develops foundational skills key to your success as a patient-centered
practitioners. Integrated pharmacotherapy courses relate concepts into your
practice, and experiential rotations provide you with hands-on experience with
U.S.-based pharmaceutical care. Your rotations are designed both at the
introductory and advanced practice settings at sites across Colorado.
Additionally, ITPD’s focus on interprofessional education
(IPE) integrates medical, nursing, public health, dental and pharmacy students
into the same classroom, furthering your learning through sharing differing
healthcare perspectives. IPE is a unique and memorable experience available
through the ITPD program. IPE also sets our
graduates apart when applying for residency or fellowship opportunities.
Speaking of residencies, all of our school’s PharmD pathways
are ACPE accredited – a minimum requirement when looking at post-graduate