College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Applicants with Undergraduate Degrees

If you have already earned a bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry or another science field, you can turn your science degree into a career in pharmacy or pharmaceutical sciences.

Doctor of Pharmacy Program

Applicants with undergraduate degrees can become a pharmacist in as little as four years by earning a Doctor of Pharmacy degree through our nationally ranked program.

Each year, the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences admits a select group of up to five highly qualified candidates with earned degrees to the professional division of the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. Additional degreed applicants may be admitted on a space-available basis after all qualified internal candidates have been offered admission.

Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

A degree in pharmacy or the pharmaceutical sciences makes you more likely to thrive in tough economic times because these fields are experiencing considerable growth. In fact, recent studies have shown that these majors are among the best choices for college graduates.

The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences offers several bachelor’s and graduate degree options in the pharmaceutical sciences, including undergraduate majors in:

We offer graduate degree programs in:

Contact Us

Learn more about earning a degree in pharmacy or the pharmaceutical sciences by visiting our Prospective Students page, or contact José Treviño, Director of Transfer Services and Recruitment, at 419.383.1904 or at jose.trevino@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 3/23/15