The School of Pharmacy offers only the four-year curriculum leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. Students admitted to the professional pharmacy program follow a four year program of study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. Students complete a total of 146 hours.
In order to keep abreast with changes in pharmaceutical education, the following curriculum is subject to change or modification as required by the accrediting agency. Students should be aware that changes must be expected and they will be included in their academic program. The School of Pharmacy does not plan to change graduation requirements inadvertently, but does reserve the right to change any provisions or requirement deemed necessary at any time within the student’s term of residence.
Students complete 4 sections of PHCY 6465, 4 credits each.
Students complete 7 hours of electives during the P1-P3 year.
Total Hours 146
Fourth Year [PH4]:
Consists of nine experiential rotations of four credit hours each and three reflective learning weeks. Rotations are considered full-time. Students may not enroll in any other coursework concurrent with rotations. Consequently, all other coursework (107 credits) must be satisfactorily completed before enrollment in P4 coursework. Note: Students will be required to live in locations other than Laramie when enrolled in experiential rotations. Responsibility for living cost and travel arrangements associated with experimental rotations rests with the student. Students participating in all experimental activities will be required to have a vehicle or an acceptable approved alternative.
Students must complete the following Core or Required Experiential Rotations (subject to change):