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Get on the fast track to becoming a pharmacist.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for pharmacists is good due to a continuing increase in the demand for prescription medications.
Edinboro has a history of educating future pharmacists. For more than 20 years the University has offered a Pre-Pharmacy program that is tailored to the specific curriculum requirements of professional programs. Advantages include:
Accelerated program allows you to complete the requirements in two or three years, and move directly into a four-year professional pharmacy program.
Articulation agreements with renowned schools of Pharmacy, including the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) or Duquesne University, and upcoming agreements with D'Youville College and University of Charleston.
Field experiences including job shadowing and summer internships provide opportunities for hands-on learning.
You don’t need four years of undergraduate school and four years of professional school to earn your Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree. Bring your energy and drive and get started at Edinboro University. Here’s what you need to do to become a pharmacist in 6-7 years:
Complete our accelerated Pre-Pharmacy program in two or three years.
Enroll in a four-year professional Pharmacy program.
Participate in externship experiences that are offered through your professional Pharmacy school.
Graduate with your PharmD degree.
Pass licensing exams required by the state in which you want to work.
Prepare for a rewarding career.
Dr. Janet Rogers, Department Chair
219 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16444