The curriculum covers the pre-pharmacy and professional pharmacy years. The B.S. in Pharmacy and Pharm.D. programs require students to complete coursework in the classroom, laboratory work, and pharmacy practice experiences. Students’ practice experiences at the introductory and advanced levels are planned and coordinated by the Experiential Education program, and are supervised by clinical faculty and selected professional practitioners known as preceptors.
Curricular cores cover the biomedical, pharmaceutical, social, behavioral, administrative and clinical sciences. Courses are designed with the appropriate depth, breadth, sequence and timeline in order to ensure proper student progression and synthesis of learning. The curriculum provides a balance of required and elective courses that meet the program educational goals and outcomes. Electives are designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop and expand their knowledge in areas of professional and educational interest.