Academic Programs

With a focus on improving access for patients, we train students in a team environment, with a variety of health care professionals.  Through disease and medication management, we increase safety, improve outcomes and reduce costs.  Our faculty, postdoctoral associates, graduate students, and research staff develop new and more effective therapies for the promotion of health and treatment of disease.  The field of pharmacy offers a wide variety of rewarding career opportunities that include:

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Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program

Learn more here about our PharmD program including admission requirements, prerequisites, deadlines, curriculum, and scholarships.

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Certificate in Drug Discovery & Development

Earn an online Certificate in Drug Discovery & Development (DDD) to gain a systematic understanding of how drugs and medicines are discovered and developed.

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Certificate in Pharmacometrics 

Earn an online graduate Certificate in Pharmacometrics to advance career opportunities in  drug development, regulatory affairs and clinical pharmacology.


Dual Degree Programs  

Learn more here about dual degree programs such as PharmD/MPH, PharmD/PhD, PharmD/MS, PharmD/MPD.

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Emphasis in Pharmacy Compounding  

Learn more about the compounding track, which includes five courses that can be completed concurrently while enrolled in the PharmD program.


Graduate Programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacotherapy (MS/PhD) 

Learn more here about MS/PHD program tracks in the Pharmaceutical Sciences in the UNTHSC Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.

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Pharmacy Residency Programs

Learn more here for doctors of pharmacy interested in pursuing a pharmacy residency program.


Pharmacy Resident Teaching Certificate Program

Learn more here the opportunity for pharmacy residents to participate in the College of Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program.


This page was last modified on September 11, 2020