College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Prospective Students

Welcome to The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS), one of the nation's top pharmacy schools. Our programs prepare students for a broad spectrum of careers in research, business, health care and beyond. 

UT offers a diverse, thriving campus, rich in history and tradition, combined with some of the most advanced facilities you'll find anywhere. You will get personal attention with all the resources and opportunities of our world-class University. You'll study under caring and experienced faculty, take part in valuable work and research experiences. 

Undergraduate Programs

The B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, with majors in:

Graduate Programs

M.S. and Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry

M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, with options in:

Ph.D. in Experimental Therapeutics

Professional Programs

About the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Our students learn and practice in a real-world, health-care environmentOur college is on the university’s Health Science Campus, which means the UT Medical Center hospitals and clinics are literally next door, and students from all the health care professions study and practice together. You may not have that experience through other pharmacy programs.

Enriching internships and rotations – Our students gain plenty of experience before graduation at area hospitals, pharmacies, care facilities, laboratories and clinics through our internship requirements.

Outstanding test passage rates – Our Doctor of Pharmacy graduates have a first-attempt passage rate of over 94% for the post-graduation state board exams for pharmacists.

New facilities – Most of the 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.

Contingent admission offered – We offer a seat in the Pharm.D. and B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences programs 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.

Did you know?

Forbes Magazine regards pharmacy as one of the top 10 best healthcare jobs, considering the average annual salary of $112,000 and the projected 25 percent growth in the profession by 2020. Using median salary, unemployment rates, and potential growth as primary factors, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine found that majoring in pharmacy and pharmacology was the best choice for college students, even those who don’t pursue post-graduate education.

 

Last Updated: 6/12/17