College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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prospective students

UToledo has one of the nation's top pharmacy schools for future pharmacists. Graduates in our nationally ranked Pharm.D. program consistently pass licensure and pharmacy law exams at rates higher than the national average.

We offer one of the most comprehensive undergraduate pharmaceutical science programs in the country and the nation's only undergraduate program in cosmetic science and formulation design.

Our undergraduate, professional and graduate programs prepare students for a broad spectrum of careers in pharmacy practice, research, business, healthcare and beyond.

  • One of the most advanced healthcare educational environments in the nation. Our renowned pharmacy practice lab allows you to gain real-time experience in a functioning pharmacy.
  • Faculty who are experienced teachers and researchers
  • Research partnerships with industry and academia
  • Resources of a large university combined with the personal attention of a small school
  • Proven results – outstanding test passage and job placement rates

Learn more about Why UToledo Pharmacy is one of the best pharmacy colleges in Ohio.

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Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences Programs

Explore our degree programs. You’ll find admission requirements, highlights, career outlooks and more.

 

Academic Success

UToledo is a large, public research university with the resources to help you succeed.

Award-winning academic advisors. Our staff helps you plot career paths, set clear goals, stay on track with course work and identify challenges and solutions.

Faculty advisors. Faculty members mentor our honors and professional division students. They offer advice on professionalism, career development and more.

Jesup Scott Honors College. The Honors College offers opportunities inside and outside the classroom (priority registration, honors housing, study abroad and more).

Student success resources. Our Learning Enhancement Center and Academic Enrichment Center offer tutoring, academic workshops, professional development opportunities and more.

Health Professions Living Learning Community. Live with peers who have similar career goals. Participate in special health-related programming.

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Student Organizations. Get involved with your peers and join one of the 20 pharmacy student organizations!

Pharmacy Summer Camp

Are you a high school student interested in a career in pharmacy? Attend our summer pharmacy camp.

  • Participate in hands-on activities that introduce you to the profession and practice of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.
  • Stay on campus in a residence hall.
  • Meet current pharmacy students.

Learn more about the pharmacy camp and how to apply. Scholarships are available.


Research

Our Office of Undergraduate Research encourages and supports research as early as freshman year.

Our faculty members are recognized authorities in their areas of specialization. Those areas include cancer, neuro, renal and cardiovascular pharmacology. Faculty study the chemistry of these areas as well as immune function and microbiology.

Our researchers are contributing to the development of new treatments and practices while partnering with pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions in the U.S., Hungary, India, Lebanon, Jordan, U.A.E., Saudi Arabia, China and other countries.

Research and Faculty Centers and Labs

Ryan Sears

’21, Doctor of Pharmacy

"I absolutely fell in love with the UToledo campus on my first tour. Even though it was the first college I visited, I knew this is where I wanted my home for the next few years to be."

Austin Horton

’20, Doctor of Philosophy in Medicinal Chemistry

"The connections that I’ve made with the faculty members here and the business community in Toledo really positioned me well to enter the career that I’ve ultimately found a job offer for."

 

Questions?

Gina GassContact Gina Gass
Enrollment Management Specialist
gina.gass@utoledo.edu
419.530.2010

Last Updated: 9/15/21