PharmD Bachelor's Degree Overview
Pharmacists make sure their patients use medication safely and effectively, whether they practice in community pharmacies, hospitals or in home care. They also perform research or work at pharmaceutical and health-care companies. As one of the nation’s most trusted professions, pharmacy involves drug preparation, patient counseling, disease management and clinical investigation.
College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Highlights
- Outstanding test passage rates - More than 94 percent of our students pass the pharmacy board licensure exam on the first try.
- New facilities - Most of our college is housed in the Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center, which opened in fall 2010 and is a $25-million, LEED-certified building with state-of-the-art classroom and lab spaces.
- Required internship - Our students gain plenty of experience before graduation at area hospitals, pharmacies, care facilities and clinics through our internship requirement.
- Contingent admission offered - We offer a place in the PharmD program at the time of admission for high-caliber high school seniors who maintain GPA and academic requirements during their first years of study.
- First in Ohio for pharmacy teaching and value - We also rank eighth in the country in these areas.
- Our students learn and practice in a real-world, health-care environment - Our college is on the Health Science Campus, which means the UT Medical Center hospitals and clinics are literally next-door. You may not have that experience through other pharmacy programs.
PharmD Bachelor's Degree Curriculum