Doctor of Pharmacy
In the University of Findlay’s College of Pharmacy, we are preparing students to be the next generation of pharmacy leaders. We are dedicated to providing personalized advising, small class sizes, and student research opportunities.
A unique opportunity for professional development and service is available to pharmacy students at the University of Findlay Telehealth Center. Under the supervision of the center’s pharmacists, you’ll provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM), Chronic Care Management (CCM), and other services to patients throughout the region.
Our approach works: 93% of 2022 graduates passed the NAPLEX on their first attempt. This is first in Ohio and tied for sixth in the nation. The state and national pass rates were 82% and 80%, respectively.
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Three Tracks for Admission to the PharmD
Freshman to PharmD
For high school seniors: be directly admitted into the pharmacy program in our 0+6 direct entry track which offers a seamless six-year path to a PharmD. You will earn a B.S. in pharmaceutical studies as well as the PharmD degree.
For students who have taken some prerequisite or pre-professional courses and are transferring to Findlay: complete the pre-professional requirements and seamlessly transition into the 4 year professional PharmD curriculum.
For students who have completed a bachelor’s degree or all of the pre-professional coursework: you’re ready to apply to our four-year professional pharmacy program.
The University of Findlay’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), 135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, IL 60603, phone: 312-664-3575; FAX 312-664-4652, website: www.acpe-accredit.org.