Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)
The PharmD degree is earned through a four year professional program (taken after completing at least two years of pre-professional coursework). The curriculum focuses on patient-centered, evidence-based practice and science.
This program is intended to provide students special expertise in public health as related to pharmacotherapy and health promotion, disease prevention, and medication safety.
This certificate program prepares PharmD students to practice as palliative care generalists upon graduation of the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Pharmacy prepares graduates for research careers in pharmacy.
Doctor of Philosophy degree program in clinical research, emphasizing the integration of clinical and basic research.
Doctor of Philosophy degree program in the chemistry and biology of drug discovery.
Doctor of Philosophy degree program with an interdisciplinary approach in studying healthcare on an economic/social-psychological basis.
Doctor of Philosophy degree program in the areas of Physical and Applied Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, and Drug Disposition.
This program trains participants in the art and science of teaching and learning.
PharmD graduates may apply to a pharmacy residency program, including two programs administered through the UI College of Pharmacy.