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The College of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona is a great place to study if you want to be a pharmacist or pharmaceutical scientist. These pages tell you how to prepare to get into pharmacy school, what you will study here at UA once enrolled in the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) program and what students get involved in while here. More interested in scientific research? Follow the Admissions link to information about the master of science and PhD program in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology and toxicology.

Getting Ready & Getting in

Admissions

What qualifies you for admission in the PharmD program or the MS / PhD program

Applying to PharmD

FAQ re: Applying PharmD

PharmD Admission Tips

 

 

Class Statistics

Academic and demographic data about the applicants and admitted students in the PharmD program


 

Prepharmacy

Prepharmacy is the period of college-level preparation for admission to a college of pharmacy

Information Sessions

Prepharmacy Requirements


Frequently Asked Questions


Prepharmacy Club


UA Prepharmacy Tuition & Fees
Transfer Guides
 

PharmD

Our PharmD program is four academic years in length

Pharmacy Careers

Curriculum

Costs & Financial Aid

Rotations

Phoenix Cohort

Dual Degree Programs
 

Pharmacy Residencies

PGY1 and specialty residencies sponsored by UA College of Pharmacy

Studying Here

Welcome to COP

Learn about our mission, how we're organized & who's in charge

Around Campus

Links to other parts of UA you should explore.

Around Town

Links to Tucson highlights

 


 


 

Student Organizations

Students may elect to join fraternal groups or a number of organizations related to the profession of pharmacy. Honorary societies also are active.

Stories about Students

Click on the Students tab you'll find on this page.

PharmD Rotations

Students begin working with patients in their first year of study, and spend all of Year 4 in clinical rotations.

Useful UA Links

UA offices that serve students, including the Dean of Students, where you'll find many policies that affect students.

 

Updated: Tuesday, 05 November 2013