Degree Options and Specialty Tracks

Through degree options and specialty tracks, the college provides a unique opportunity for students to develop pharmacy practice skills within special patient populations, develop general leadership skills, or research skills supporting college efforts to stimulate interest in continued education, discovery, and professional development after graduation.

Each option or track consists of at least 16 hours composed of a minimum of eight hours of focused advanced professional pharmacy experiences (rotations) and eight hours of elective didactic coursework approved for the specific track.  Specific requirements may vary by option or track.

Admitted students must be in good academic standing and are selected by a committee that conducts interviews after reviewing applicants’ curricula vitae and essays outlining career goals.  Students accepted into a degree option or track are given preference for enrollment in required coursework. 


Degree Options:

Ambulatory Care
Leadership
Pediatrics

Specialty Tracks:

Nuclear Pharmacy
Research




Degree Options and Specialty Tracks