The professional curriculum takes an integrated approach to drug therapy management which emphasizes a problem-based approach to disease management as the core of the didactic and laboratory program of study. The capstone of the Pharm.D. program is a series of seven, six-week rotations, which provide on-site experience supervised by practitioner faculty.
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The Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program offers specialized training in five different tracks: Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice, Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Pharmacotherapy.
The Translational Science graduate program is designed to provide training in the area of translational research toward the goal of applying basic biomedical scientific discoveries into strategies that will improve healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and community health.
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The College of Pharmacy in conjunction with clinical facilities throughout the State provides a variety of outstanding Practice Residencies and Clinical Science Fellowships for pharmacy graduates who wish to pursue advanced clinical practice or research training. In addition, the College offers advanced training in combination with a graduate degree (M.S. or Ph.D.).
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