Our Campuses: Duluth and Twin Cities
- Faculty and staff are shared between the two campuses.
- ITV technology is used to keep the campuses connected.
- Same curriculum on each campus.
Which campus is the best setting for you?
Minnesota is an amazing place to live and work. The state's nickname, The Land of 10,000 Lakes, is certainly fitting. There are over 11,842 lakes over 10 acres in size throughout the state. Whether you want to live near Lake Superior in Duluth or amidst the fast-pace of the Twin Cities, our state offers a wide range of opportunities.
Our college offers PhD, M.S., and Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programs on both the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses of the University of Minnesota. We call it, “One College, Two Campuses.” We offer a supportive student environment and have a high graduation and job placement rate at 99%. We also have award-winning pharmacy student organizations with 95% of our students participating in at least one organization.
Duluth offers a small college feel with access to all of the resources of a large University. With 60 students per class, our students in Duluth form very tight connections that last throughout a career. Located in the newly-remodeled Life Science Building, the Duluth campus offers opportunities for collaboration with the medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy and social work programs, and immediate access to health care delivery. Our students also have access to expert faculty, dedicated to continuously improving interdisciplinary pharmaceutical care education, research, and practice. Would you like to live in a growing community with a thriving arts district? If so, then Duluth will be a perfect fit!
Are you interested in exploring Outside Online's 2014 "Best Outdoor Town", access to outdoor recreation, and outreach to rural communities?
Our Twin Cities campus is the only Big Ten campus located in a major urban environment. The resources available to students are unparalleled. Located in Weaver-Densford Hall, the Twin Cities campus offers interprofessional activities with medicine, nursing, dentistry, public health and more. You might be surprised to find out how small the college feels with only 108 students per class. Students tend to think of it more as a family than a university. Want to be in a cosmopolitan urban environment with access to world-class arts, theater, and sporting events? Would you like to live in a city that consistently ranks high in wellness and livability? If yes, then the Twin Cities could be right for you!
Interprofessional development through the Academic Health Center
The Academic Health Center (AHC) at the University of Minnesota is composed of six colleges and schools including the College of Pharmacy, the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Medical School, the School of Nursing, the School of Dentistry, the School of Public Health. Students in the Health Sciences programs at the University of Minnesota become aware of the importance in a team approach to health care delivery.