A career in pharmaceutics blends creativity and chemistry. Learn to design and test drugs in all their forms, even lollipops.
Most people think you go to pharmacy school to be a pharmacist. But many students come to The University of Toledo to become pharmaceutical scientists. Our undergraduate pharmaceutical sciences program is one of the nation’s best.
UToledo’s bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutics focuses on the science of designing, testing and packaging drugs in all of their dosage forms — pills, capsules, injections, ointments and more.
Students study the physical, biological and chemical aspects of all the materials that go into the drug. They get plenty of lab experience and use cutting-edge technology to test the drugs and ensure their potency, safety and stability.
Top rated program. UToledo has the most comprehensive pharmaceutical science program in the U.S. We offer five majors and a path to medical school. Our faculty members are internationally known.
Cutting-edge curriculum. Pharmaceutics students get relevant, real-world experience in our labs. They mix chemicals and prepare all kinds of dosage forms, from lollipops to injections.
Advanced facilities. UToledo has state-of-the-art classrooms and some of the nation's most advanced labs for research in pharmacy, chemistry and life sciences.
Health Science Campus. UToledo pharmaceutics students learn in a real-world, healthcare environment. Undergraduates spend much of their final two years on UToledo’s Health Science Campus. The UToledo Medical Center hospitals and clinics are literally next door.
The breadth and depth of the program prepare students for a wide range of career opportunities, or graduate and medical school.
UToledo pharmaceutics students take the same pre-pharmacy courses in their first two years as students in the other four majors in the BS in pharmaceutical sciences program. Course work includes math, biology, pharmacology, chemistry, physical engineering, formulation technology and more.
All pharmaceutical sciences majors are required to complete 10-week internships. Opportunities exist locally and abroad. Students participate in a leadership institute before their internships to learn professional skills.
Our pharmacy faculty conducts groundbreaking research. They encourage undergraduates to participate. This lab experience can be a real advantage when seeking employment or applying to medical or graduate school.