Pharmacy Education In USA

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American universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. The United States is the number one and largest destination for international students seeking higher education overseas. The education system in USA is the most versatile and flexible higher education system for international students in the world.

Why study in the United States?

American universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. The United States is the number one and largest destination for international students seeking higher education overseas. The education system in USA is the most versatile and flexible higher education system for international students in the world.

Today about 30 percent of all current international students in the world are studying in the United States.

Have you ever wondered what makes U.S. higher education so popular in the world?

Academic Excellence

The U.S. has one of the world's finest education systems, with excellent programs across all disciplines. At the undergraduate level, outstanding program options are available in conventional subjects as well as professional fields. At the Master’s and Ph.D. level, students regularly get the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the finest researchers in the world. Qualifications awarded by U.S. universities are recognized throughout the world for its academic brilliance.

Diversity of Education Opportunities

The U.S. higher education system has lots to offer every student. The program structure lays equal emphasis on building a strong theoretical base along with importance on practical, employment-related skills. If you are looking at studying an unusual or specific program like gerontology you will have more than one program to choose from in the U.S.!

Cutting-Edge Technology

U.S. universities are world leaders in terms of technology and scientific techniques, and are committed to providing the same resources to students. The emphasis is to acquaint students with the latest in the field of science, engineering and related fields. The end result is work-ready graduates with appropriate skills using the most recent technology.

Opportunity for Research, Teaching and Training

In the U.S., at the graduate level students gain valuable experience in research and teaching through the many assistantship programs available. These assistantships also help students finance their higher education in USA. The practical experience gained is extremely useful for future careers in teaching and research.


The U.S. higher education system offers many course choices within a program and the opportunity to change majors or opt for multiple specializations. At the advanced stages of an undergraduate program a student can tailor the program to meet specific career aspirations like combining courses in contemporary jazz music with engineering! At the graduate level you can make your own timetable and complete course credits at a comfortable pace within the stipulated time frame.

Support Services for International Students

U.S. universities welcome international students for pursuing higher education in USA and have support systems to help students adjust comfortably to life in the U.S. Services at the international student office help students transition to the new environment. Support is offered through the year from organizing orientation programs to assistance with academic writing and building resumes as students get ready to graduate.

Campus Life

U.S. universities offer a diverse choice of academic, cultural and athletic activities to choose from which not only enrich the educational experience but also help students make new friends and become global citizens. Your university may also have a cricket team in addition to fraternities, regional and ethnic clubs.

Global Education

Academic study and experience from a U.S. university has a very positive reputation in the international job market. A U.S. education dramatically enhances a student’s long-term career goals. The experience builds critical thinking skills, develops self-confidence and cross-cultural skills and all of these attributes are highly valued by employers worldwide.

Since most of you completed your B. Pharmacy and want to pursue the M.S. or the Ph. D programs, you can just scroll down to your region of interest and skip the Pharm.D. For those of you who want to know how to study for the GRE and Toefl, scroll down to the bottom of the page.

1) Pharm.D.:

2) M.S. Programs:

3) Ph.D. Programs:

4) Pharma courses in USA

1) Pharm.D.:

In the United States, thePharm.D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) degree is a form of professional doctorate(also called first professional degree) that prepares the graduate for pharmacy practice. Even though professional doctorates and academic research doctorates both utilize the term "doctor", the Pharm.D. is not a research doctorate and is not equivalent to the Ph.D. The multidisciplinary curriculum may focus on pharmacy-biomedical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, social and administrative sciences, pharmacy law and policy, clinical sciences and experiential training.

Although entrance into a Pharm.D. program generally does not require prior completion of an undergraduate degree, many applicants hold one. It takes a minimum of six academic years, which can be completed in five calendar years, after high school graduation to complete the Pharm.D. program, and it is quite common for students to take eight years to complete the degree.

Traditionally in the United States, the bachelor's degree in pharmacy was the first-professional degree for pharmacy practice. However, in 1990, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) mandated that a doctorate in pharmacy would be the new first-professional degree. As of the year 2000, all pharmacy schools in the U.S. have discontinued the B.S.Pharm. (Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy) degree program. The Pharm.D. is the degree program that one pursues in order to become a pharmacist in the U.S.

Pre-Requisites to the Pharm.D. program:

i) Complete the required Pre-Pharmacy Coursework

ii) Take the PCAT (Pharmacy College Admission Test )

iii) Obtain letters of Recommendation

iv) Participate in Community Service (Requirement in some universities)

i) Pre-Pharmacy Coursework

The Pre-Pharmacy Coursework lasts up to 4 semesters and generally has the following courses. Coursework is specifically tailored and may vary between Universities.

Semester I

Intro. to Biological Science I

Intro. to Biological Science I Lab

Fundamentals of Chemistry I

Fundamentals of Chemistry I Lab

English Composition I

The United States to 1877 or equivalent (History)

Elements of Calculus with Application orCalculus I

Semester II

Introduction to Biological Science II

Introduction to Biological Science II Lab

Fundamentals of Chemistry II

Fundamentals of Chemistry II Lab

English Composition II

The United States Since 1877 or equivalent

Introduction to Statistical Analysis

Humanities (Refer approved courses list in college)

Semester III

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry I

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry I Lab

U.S. & State Constitution/Politics

Social Science: (Choose One): Introduction toPsychology or Introduction to Sociology

Introductory General Physics or Physics I orOne year of high school physics

Visual/Performing Arts (Courses approved by college)

Semester IV

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry II

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry II Lab

Elementary Microbiology

Elementary Microbiology Lab

US Government: Congress, President, and Courts

Writing Intensive Social Science (See University courses approved list)

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

ii) PCAT: 

PCAT is an exam developed by PsychCorp, a brand of Harcourt Assessment, Inc. is a specialized test that helps identify qualified applicants to pharmacy colleges. It measures general academic ability and scientific knowledge necessary for the commencement of pharmaceutical education. The PCAT is constructed specifically for colleges of pharmacy.

The PCAT consists of 240 multiple-choice items and two Writing topics, and candidates are given four hours to complete the test (plus administrative time for instructions and time for a short rest break about halfway through the test)

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) endorses the PCAT as the official preferred admission test for entrance to pharmacy college.

iii) Obtain Letters of Recommendation:

Most universities have their own recommendation forms which can be downloaded on the university websites and must be filled in by faculty members. Some Universities require a recommendation form to be filled by a registered pharmacist.

iv) Participate in Community Service:

Community service, volunteering, and school service are all positive areas to be included on the application. With the application pool becoming more and more competitive, do not forget about this important area.

The college is looking for well-rounded individuals who are involved in their communities. There is no minimum amount of activities to be included on the application and the activities can be whatever type that the applicant chooses. Activities do not have to be in the health care area.

After completing the program, the student will have to take a licensing exam (NAPLEX) within the state where he/she wants to practice as a pharmacist.

The NAPLEX, or North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination, is a standard examination created by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to help individual state boards ofpharmacy assess an individual's competency and knowledge so that he or she may be given a licenseto practice.

The NAPLEX is exclusively a computer-administered exam. Applicants must register with an official testing facility, such as Prometric, at least two business days in advance to schedule a testing appointment. The exam consists of 185 questions and has a time limit of four hours and fifteen minutes, with a mandatory ten-minute break after approximately two hours. Of the 185 questions, only 150 are used to tabulate the applicant's score. The remaining 35 are "trial balloon" questions under consideration for inclusion on future NAPLEX tests. There is no way to distinguish a regular test question from a trial balloon.

The NAPLEX is an adaptive examination in that it tailors itself to the skill level of the applicant. Because of the linear nature of the exam (applicants must answer a question to continue, and there is no backtracking), the computer is able to zero-in on incorrect responses and select similar questions for presentation later in the exam. This allows for analyzation of the applicants' skill level across several performance categories

Upon clearing the licensing exam, they become registered pharmacists within that state.

For international students who've done their bachelors in pharmacy program in countries other than the U.S., becoming a registered pharmacist requires that they first take the FPGEE (Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Examination) followed by the NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination).

International students who have graduated with a 4 year B. Pharmacy degree before Jan 2003 are eligible to register for taking the FPGEE. Those who have graduated AFTER Jan 2003 require a 5 year B.Pharmacy degree to be eligible to register for the FPGEE. This change was made to keep the standards of foreign pharmacists on par with U.S. standards. And NO, there is no way around this. If you graduated after Jan 2003 with a 4 year B. Pharmacy degree, you are, unfortunately, not eligible to register for the FPGEE. You will have to take the PharmD course if you want to become a pharmacist in U.S.A. or have a 5 year B. Pharmacy degree. You cannot make up 5 years with 2 years of your masters either. Period.

2) M.S. Programs:

The M.S. program one wants to pursue depends upon his/her personal interest. There are various departments one can specialize in, which include Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Pharmaceutics, Industrial Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry, Clinical Pharmacy and so on. In order to find out more about these courses, browse through the websites of the universities you prefer to apply to and make sure you know what the course is all about. Not all universities offer all these courses. For instance, a university may only have Master's Degree Programs in Industrial Pharmacy and Pharmacology. So find out about your course of interest, and then locate the universities that offer them. Students pursuing the M.S. preferably want to do the Ph.D. and start a career in academia or in R & D.

Colleges have 3 semesters of study per year. Fall semester starts in August, Spring semester starts in January and Summer starts in June. Most universities prefer international students to apply for the Fall or Spring semester. Intake during the summer semester is low. The application deadlines are usually 6 months before the commencement of the program, so make sure you are aware of the deadline for the universities you want to apply to. Some university have deadlines up to 8 months before the actual course. You have to time yourself in such a manner that your GRE, Toefl and transcripts reach the university before the deadlines. In case you haven't' completed the last semester of your Bachelor's degree during the time of application, then you can mention that during the time of application.

Pre-requisites for applying to the M.S. Program :

1) A Bachelor's in Pharmaceutical Sciences Degree or a B. Pharmacy Degree (Some universities even accept any B.S. Degree)

2) GRE

3) Toefl

4) Statement of Purpose

5) Letters of Recommendation

6) Financial capability to live and study in the U.S.

1) A Bachelor's in Pharmaceutical Sciences Degree or a B. Pharmacy Degree:

A Bachelor's of Science degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences or a B. Pharmacy degree is considered as an undergraduate degree in the U.S. During the time of applying to the Master's program, you have to submit a university attested degree or provisional, along with the transcripts from the 1st through 4th year of your Bachelors degree program. The procedure for doing this is that you can take xerox copies of all your transcripts and your provisional degree, take them to your university (Eg: J.N.T.U in A.P.) along with white envelopes and have them attested at the university. The University charges a fixed fee per attestation, so the number of copies you should get attested depends on the number of universities you're going to apply to for the Master's program.

Put one set of attested transcripts and provisional certificate per envelop. Remember that even the envelop has to be attested such that half of the stamp is on the envelop flap and the rest on the body of the envelope.

These are the basic steps for getting attestation, and probably everyone knows them, but I generalized them anyway.

2) GRE

The Graduate Record Exam is a test to gauge your Verbal skills (English), Quantitative skills (Math) and analytical skills (Reasoning and Articulation). Most universities have a specified minimum score one must have in his/her GRE to be considered for admission. Since it's different for various universities, find out about the standards that your university requires before applying there. Some universities don't specify this limit. For information about how to prepare for the GRE, click here. For further information about the GRE, click here.

3) Toefl:

The Test of English as a foreign language must be taken by all international students who wish to study in the U.S. Most universities specify the minimum score they want their applicants to have to be considered for admission. In many cases, if a students has good academics, a decent GRE score, but a low Toefl and the University wants to accept such a student, then he/she may receive a conditional I-20, and he/she will be required to take a semester of English before the actual coursework and this is added to his tuition bill. If money is an issue for you, then don't' forget the consider the bill you'll receive for this course too. For more information about how to prepare for the Toefl, click here.

4) Statement Of Purpose:

This is your personal statement. What you have to do here is mention why you want to pursue the course that you are applying to, and how this degree program is going to help you to achieve your goal. You can include information regarding what your educational background is as well as any special skills that you have. For instance, you may have been a very good orator during your school or college, so include such information in your S.O.P. Identify your skills that are relevant in an academic setting and make sure you make yourself very marketable. Your Statement of Purpose is a very good means for the University to gauge you as a suitable candidate, so be honest and state the skills you actually have. Also, putting skills like being good at debates and presentations, increases your chances of getting a Teaching Assistantship, which would take away the financial burden of paying your tuition to a considerable extent. Having done research work helps you get a Research Assistantship, so make sure you use put down all your skills when you're turning in this document. Do not put irrelevant skills here, e.g., being good at singing. (lol)

5) Letter Of Recommendation:

You will need anywhere between 2 to 4 letters of recommendation from faculty of the college where you've done you're Bachelor's degree. Some universities may require you to download letters of recommendation from their website, in which case, it's more like a questionnaire which the faculty has to fill in. Other universities would prefer your professors to write in their own words about the candidate applying to the university. This is done by your professors personally on official letter heads. In either case, i.e., if you professor fills the questionnaire or if he writes his own letter on official letter head, he has to put his stamp and signature on the bottom, enclose it in an envelop and sign it such that half of his sign is on the flap of the sealed envelop and the rest on the body of the envelop.

You can get good letters of recommendation if you were a good student and treated your professors with respect. (Hehe). In other words, be good to your teachers, and they'll help you in return. The letters of recommendation can really help you, especially when you are applying for a graduate assistantship.

6) Finance Support:

When applying for a program, you have to show evidence regarding your financial capacity to support yourself and your education during the entire period of your stay in the U.S. You will have to submit a bank statement during the time of application. Some universities require to submit banking transaction for up to six months before the time of application, so find out what kind of paper work your university is asking for. The amount of money that you need depends upon the course you're taking up, the state you're intending to go to, and the living expenses in that city or state. For instance, the cost of living in New York is very high, whereas it is relatively cheaper in Louisiana and Texas.

You have to be sure to turn in the following documents before the application deadlines:

1) Application form ( Online applications are the most preferred by universities)

2) Application fee

3) Attested transcripts and provisional

4) GRE score, directly through ETS

5) Toefl score, directly through ETS

6) Bank Statements

7) Letters of Recommendation

8) Statement of Purpose

9) Graduate Assistantship Application ( if you want to be considered for an assistantship)

3) Ph.D. Programs:

One can pursue a Ph.D. in any of the areas within the pharmaceutical sciences that are of interest to him/her. In order to pursue a Ph.D., it is preferred that one has completed an M.S. program, but it is not a necessity. Some universities accept students into the Ph.D. program right after their bachelors program if the student appears promising. However, remember that the pool of applicants to the Ph.D. program has M.S. students too, so the chances of getting in are comparatively slim right after the B.S.

Some universities offer M.S.+ Ph.D. programs for students who've completed their B.S. The pre-requisites for applying to the Ph.D. program are very similar to the M.S. program.

Pre-Requisites to the Ph.D. program:

1) A B.S. Degree or an M.S. Degree ( depending on whether you're applying to the M.S.+ Ph.D. program, or the Ph.D. program)

2) GRE

3) Toefl

4) Statement of Purpose

5) Letters of Recommendation

6) Curriculum Vitae

7) Financial capacity to study and live in the U.S.

Items 1 through 5 above are similar to what is required in the M.S. program.

6) Curriculum Vitae:

A curriculum vitae, commonly referred to as CV, is a longer (two or more pages), more detailed synopsis than a resume. It includes a summary of your educational and academic background, as well as teaching and research experience, publications, presentations, awards, honors, affiliations, and other details.

7) Finance Support:

Most universities offer funding for all the students they accept into their Ph.D. program. However, financial capability to live and study in the U.S. must be proved, more for the visa requirements, as well as to follow standard admission procedures.


Auburn University

 M.S. - Pharmacal Sciences

M.S. - Pharmacy Care Systems

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Arizona 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacology & Toxicology

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S. - Pharmaceutical Evaluation and Policy

University of California, San Francisco

 M.S./Ph.D. - Bioengineering

Ph.D. - Biological & Medical Informatics

Ph.D. - Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Ph.D. - Biophysics

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics

University of the Pacific

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical & Chemical Sciences

University of Southern California 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S./Ph.D. - Regulatory Sciences

Western University of Health Sciences 

 M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Colorado 

 Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Toxicology

University of Connecticut 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Howard University 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Florida A&M University 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Nova Southeastern University 

 Ph.D. - Pharmacy

University of Florida 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Mercer University 

 Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Georgia 

 M.S. - Regulatory Affairs

Ph.D. - Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences

Ph.D. - Pharmacy Care Administration

University of Hawaii at Hilo Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Idaho State University  M.S./Ph.D. – Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Illinois at Chicago 

 M.S. - Forensic Science

M.S. - Forensic Toxicology

Ph.D. - Biopharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmacognosy

Ph.D. - Pharmacy

Butler University 

 M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Purdue University 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Industrial and Physical Pharmacy

M.S./Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy Practice

The University of Iowa 

 Ph.D. - Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Medicinal and Natural Products

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Socioeconomics

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

The University of Kansas 

 M.S. - Pharmacy Practice

M.S./Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Chemistry

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacology & Toxicology

University of Kentucky 

 Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Louisiana at Monroe 

 M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Pharmacy

University of Maryland 

 Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Health Services Research

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Boston 

 M.S. - Applied Natural Products

M.S. - Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy

M.S./Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacology

Graduate Certificate - Applied Natural Products

Graduate Certificate - Health Policy

Graduate Certificate - Regulatory Affairs

Northeastern University 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Michigan  Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Social and Administrative Sciences

Wayne State University 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Minnesota 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Social, Admin and Clinical Pharmacy - Social & Admin Track

M.S./Ph.D. - Social, Admin and Clinical Pharmacy - Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology Track

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

The University of Mississippi 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Missouri-Kansas City 

 Ph.D. - Interdisciplinary Ph.D.

The University of Montana 

 M.S./Ph.D. - Biomedical/Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S./Ph.D. - Neuroscience

M.S./Ph.D. - Toxicology

Creighton University 

 M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Nebraska Medical Center 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 

M.S./Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Science

M.S./Ph.D. - Toxicology

The University of New Mexico 

M.S. - Radiopharmacy

M.S./Ph.D. - Public Policy and Outcomes Research

M.S./Ph.D. - Toxicology

Long Island University 

M.S. - Drug Regulatory Affairs

M.S. - Pharmacology/Toxicology

M.S. - Pharmacy Administration

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

St. John's University 

M.S. - Pharmacy Administration

M.S. - Toxicology

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

M.S. - Health Outcomes Research 

M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Campbell University 

M.S. - Clinical Research

M.S. - Pharmaceutical Science

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

M.S. - Health System Pharmacy Administration

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Molecular Pharmaceutics

Ph.D. - Pharm. Outcomes & Policy

Ph.D. - Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics

North Dakota State University 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Ohio State University 

M.S. - Health-System Pharmacy Administration

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Administration

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

Ph.D. - Pharmacology

Ph.D. - Translational Science

University of Cincinnati 

M.S. - Cosmetic Sciences

M.S. - Drug Development

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Toledo 

M.S. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

M.S./Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

The University of Oklahoma 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Oregon State University 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy

Duquesne University 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of the Sciences 

M.S. - Pharmacy Administration

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacology and Toxicology

Temple University 

M.S. - Quality Assurance/Regulatory Affairs

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Pittsburgh

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Puerto Rico 

M.S. - Pharmacy

The University of Rhode Island 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

South Carolina College of Pharmacy 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Outcomes

South Dakota State University 

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

The University of Tennessee 

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Texas Southern University 

M.S. - Health Care Administration

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Houston 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy Administration

Ph.D. - Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics

The University of Texas at Austin 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacotherapy

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy Administration

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy Practice

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

Ph.D. - Pharmacology / Toxicology

The University of Utah 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacotherapy

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Ph.D. - Pharmacology/Toxicology

Virginia Commonwealth University 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Washington 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmacy

Ph.D. - Medicinal Chemistry

Washington State University  M.S. - Dietetics

M.S. - Nutrition and Exercise Physiology 

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Science

West Virginia University 

M.S./Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences

University of Wisconsin-Madison  M.S. - Pharmacy/Residency

M.S./Ph.D. - Social and Administrative Sciences

Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Wyoming Ph.D. - Biomedical Sciences


1 University of California, San Francisco, CA

2 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

3 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

4 University of Texas, Austin, TX

5 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

5 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

5 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

5 University of Washington, Seattle, WA

9 Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

9 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

9 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

9 University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

9 University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

9 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

15 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

16 University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

16 University of Tennessee Health Science Center,

Memphis, TN

16 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

19 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

19 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

21 University at Buffalo—SUNY, Buffalo, NY

21 Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

23 University of Colorado—Denver, Aurora, CO

24 Auburn University (Harrison), Auburn, AL

24 Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

24 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey—New

Brunswick (Mario), Piscataway, NJ

24 University of Georgia, Athens, GA

24 University of Mississippi, University, MS

29 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

29 University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

31 Univ of the Sciences in Philadelphia-Philadelphia Col of Pharmacy & Science, Philadelphia, PA

32 Mercer University, Atlanta, GA

32 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

32 Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, TX

32 University of California--San Diego, La Jolla, CA

32 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

32 University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

32 University of Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK

32 Washington State University, Pullman, WA

32 Wayne State University (Applebaum), Detroit, MI

32 West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

42 South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Columbia, SC

42 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences,

Little Rock, AR

42 University of Missouri--Kansas City, Kansas City, MO

42 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

46 Creighton University, Omaha, NE

46 Duquesne University (Mylan), Pittsburgh, PA

46 Northeastern University, Boston, MA

46 University of Montana, Missoula, MT

46 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

51 Drake University, Des Moines, IA

51 Samford University (McWhorter), Birmingham, AL

51 St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, MO

51 University of Houston, Houston, TX

51 University of the Pacific (Long), Stockton, CA

56 Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Albany, NY

56 Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

56 Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC

56 Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID

56 University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

61 Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI

61 Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences—Boston, Boston, MA

61 North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

61 South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD

61 St. John's University, Jamaica, NY

61 Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

67 Midwestern University--Chicago College of Pharmacy

Downers Grove, IL

67 Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH

67 University of Toledo, Toledo , OH

70 Shenandoah University (Dunn), Winchester, VA

70 Texas A&M Health Science Center, Kingsville, TX

70 Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA

73 Long Island University (Schwartz), Brooklyn, NY

73 Northeastern Ohio Universities, Rootstown, OH

73 Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK

73 University of Louisiana—Monroe, Monroe, LA

73 University of Louisiana—Monroe, Monroe, LA

73 Wilkes University (Nesbitt) Wilkes-Barre, PA

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