Pharmacy students work hard. After the initial pre-pharmacy years (freshman and sophomore years) balancing coursework alongside rotations in the first professional year (Professional year 1 or the equivalent of junior year) can be challenging but students can enjoy sports and personally fulfilling extra curricular activities, many do. See, for example, left, pharmacy student Kailey Mandigo […][Read More]
The University of Connecticut is a Research I institution, as well as one of the nation’s land grant and sea grant colleges. In addition to teaching, faculty members are expected to engage in research and other scholarly activities. Service and outreach are also essential components of the faculty’s mission. You can learn more about some […][Read More]
It’s More Than A White Lab Coat
Become a trusted health professional as a graduate of the UConn School of Pharmacy. Rigorous academic exploration, groundbreaking research, and impactful community involvement will prepare you to lead in the health care industry. Pharmacists make a difference in people’s lives, whether interacting with patients at a pharmacy, discovering tomorrow’s health care solutions in a biopharmaceutical lab, or providing life-saving medications in a hospital or long-term care facility.
At UConn you will build a solid academic foundation of pre-pharmacy courses under the guidance of your advisor. Apply to to the Special Program In Pharmacy as a freshman or enter the four-year pharmacy professional program after two undergrad years to earn your Bachelor’s and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees and stand for licensure.
In an ever-evolving health care landscape, pharmacy careers span all areas of public and private healthcare and medical research, developing to meet the changing needs of patients. Not only are pharmacists consistently ranked as among the most trusted health professionals in the U.S, but the career offers long term job security and high earnings. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health-care is the fastest growing sector in the U.S. Starting salaries for pharmacy related professions range between $75,000 and $110,000 annually.
Joint or dual degree programs allow students to combine their Doctor of Pharmacy degree with select master’s and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs. Application to these programs is usually made during the second professional year. Please find more information on dual majors is here.
To provide pharmacy students with the opportunity to customize their learning experience according to their interests, there are four specialized learning tracks a student can take in addition to the more traditional path to a Pharm.D. degree. These are: the LEADERS track, Urban Service track, Pediatric Pharmacy track and Pharmaceutical Sciences track. Please find more track information HERE.
- Core Research Facility Spotlight: Advanced Light MicroscopyThe Advanced Light Microscopy facility is a part of UConn’s Center for Open Research Resources and Equipment (COR2E).
- With Dual Degrees from the School of Pharmacy, the Sky’s the Limit for Michael LombardoAs only the second person to earn both a PHARM.D. and a Ph.D. from the UConn School of Pharmay, this 2018 grad has a multitude of career options to choose from.
- Pharm.D. Candidate Cedric White Named Recipient of Nieforth Research AwardCedric White will spend his summer studying effective ways to communicate with cancer patients.
- 2018 Doctor of Pharmacy Class AwardsCongratulations to the 2018 School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy award winners. The following students were recognized at the School of Pharmacy’s annual Awards Banquet held, Friday May 4 in Rome Hall. Click here for a full gallery from the event . American Pharmacists Association, Academy of Students of Pharmacy Certificate of Recognition – Thompson Dang […]