Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

Are you interested in a challenging and rewarding career as a pharmacist?

The PharmD degree is earned through a four-year professional program, after completing at least two years of pre-professional coursework.  The program offers innovative and hands-on learning experiences designed to prepare students to serve as medication experts in a wide variety of career opportunities. 

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Undergraduate Certificates and Courses

Are you a UI undergraduate student seeking coursework in pharmaceutical sciences?

Courses are available that introduce drugs and discover how they’re developed. Upper-level courses for additional specialized education are also available. Three undergraduate certificate programs are offered to develop expertise in a pharmaceutically-related discipline while you complete your bachelor’s degree.

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PhD in Pharmacy

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Pharmacy prepares graduates for research careers in pharmacy in four areas: Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry, Health Services Research, and Pharmaceutics.

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Post-Graduate Offerings
  • PharmD graduates may apply to a pharmacy residency program, including two programs administered through the UI College of Pharmacy. View more

  • The Teaching and Learning Curriculum for Residents and Fellows trains participants in the art and science of teaching and learning. View more