Pharmacy is the third largest health profession in the U.S. and plays a vital role in improving patient care through medicine and information. Pharmacists are consistently ranked among the most highly trusted professionals because of the care and service they provide. Currently there is an unprecedented demand for pharmacists. The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree program requires at least two to three years of specific, pre-professional (undergraduate) coursework, followed by four academic years of professional study. The majority of students enter a pharmacy program with three or more years of college experience.
The three-year, pre-professional certificate program satisfies the academic entrance requirements of most medical, veterinary and pharmacy schools/colleges. You will have the minimum requirements for professional school/college applications at the end of three years provided you follow the specified curriculum sequence designed for the program.
Contact admissions or the program faculty with questions about this program.