Doctor of Pharmacy
The College of Pharmacy
The University of Minnesota is the only college of pharmacy in Minnesota, and ranked among the top two Colleges of Pharmacy in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program
Patient care is at the center of pharmacy practice. As the medication expert on the health care team, you will have a versatile career with a great salary.
Why Diversity Matters in Pharmacy
Help patients: The most important part of your career in pharmacy will be to help patients receive the best medication therapy possible.
Diverse career opportunities: As the drug expert on the health care team, you will have a versatile career outlook.
Excellent salary: Our graduates average $120,000 starting salary.
High rates of success: 98% of our students complete the program, and 98% of our graduates pass their board exams on the first try.
Job security: 99% of our graduates obtain a job, residency or other additional training within 6 months after graduation.
- Clinical specialties like cardiology, critical care, oncology, pediatrics
- Community practice
- Drug information specialist
- Hospital practice
- Long-term care
- Managed care
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Public health service
- Regulatory agencies
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