Explore UT 2017 photoThe College of Pharmacy joins the rest of the university on Saturday, March 4 for Explore UT, the biggest open house in Texas.  The free, day-long event offers guests an opportunity to learn about admission to the Pharm.D program,  hear lectures by award-winning faculty, and enjoy hands-on activities for all ages.

Learn more about pharmacy at Explore UT.

Pharmacy StudentPharm.D. Program

The Pharmacy Doctorate (Pharm.D.) is the entry-level professional degree program.  The curriculum prepares future practitioners to provide patient-oriented pharmaceutical care in contemporary settings.

More about the Pharm.D. Program and the Cooperative Pharmacy Programs
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Research LabGraduate Studies

Graduate study develops the intellectual breadth and specialized training necessary for careers in teaching, research or advanced professional practice.

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Find out about admissions to our graduate programs

ResidentAdvanced Professional Training

The college, in conjunction with clinical facilities throughout Texas, provides advanced professional training through practice residencies and clinical science fellowships. The college also provides life-long learning to licensed pharmacists through Continuing Pharmacy Education.

More about residencies, fellowships, and other advanced professional training
More about Continuing Pharmacy Education



Research in the college includes ground breaking work in fields such as drug addiction, cancer, infectious disease, toxicology, health outcomes research, drug delivery, drug design and more.

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John DiGiovanni photoDr. John DiGiovanni is part of a team that has engineered an enzyme that safely treats prostate and breast cancer by starving cancer cells.

Read more about Dr. Giovanni’s work.


Dr. Maria CroyleDr. Maria Croyle has been recognized by the Texas Health Catalyst to receive funding support to help take her technology from research lab to market place.

Read more about Dr. Croyle’s work.

Nathan Pope photoDr. Nathan Pope has been named Professor of the Semester by The University of Texas at Austin’s Senate of College Council.

Read more about Pope’s election as Professor of the Semester.

NCPA team members photoA Longhorn NCPA team 
has taken first place at a national competition designed to showcase business plans for independent pharmacies.

Read more about Longhorn Pharmacy’s National Champs.

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