PharmD Curriculum

Our PharmD curriculum integrates required coursework with specialized electives and progressive patient-focused experiences.

Year One Years Two and Three Year Four

Year One Curriculum

  • Biomedical sciences (e.g. pathophysiology and pharmaceutical chemistry)
  • Pharmaceutical sciences (e.g. pharmacology, calculations and physical pharmacy)
  • Social/behavioral/administrative sciences (e.g. pharmacy law)
  • Clinical sciences (e.g. patient assessment, self-care, pharmaceutical care)
  • 4/7/21
    Our PharmD curriculum is designed to prepare you to be “practice ready” upon graduation and act as caring, ethical, respectful and scholarly pharmacy practitioners while serving as leaders in the advancement of the pharmacy profession.
  • 5/5/21
    Elective courses provide you with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge, skills and professional attitude beyond that provided by the core curriculum. 
  • 2/4/21
    A pharmacy student must acquire substantial competence in the necessary knowledge and application of that knowledge in their professional practice and must be able to relate appropriately to patients, health care professionals, and to other ancillary personnel.

Ready to take the next step?

Visit our PharmD admissions information page to apply to our PharmD program via our Early Assurance Program for high school students, or via PharmCAS for current and former college students.