Experiential Education

Welcome to the Office of Experiential Education at UNT System College of Pharmacy. Experiential education activities prepare students to become pharmacy professionals who are responsible for providing patient care that optimizes medication therapy outcomes and promotes health. Participation in IPPEs develop student’s knowledge, skills, and values which lay the foundation to become active participants in patient care during their APPE’s and to grow into independent practitioners capable of practicing in collaborative, interprofessional practices. The Texas State Board of Pharmacy allows for students admitted to a pharmacy program to be a pharmacist intern-in-training during their first professional year and student interns after completion of 30 credit hours. Therefore, direct patient care activities under the supervision of a pharmacist will begin in the summer following the first year during the Community IPPE rotation.

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This page was last modified on March 23, 2020