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The College of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona currently admits classes of 100 student pharmacists each fall semester. Students are eligible to apply if they meet all admission requirements. Admitted students pursue a four-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) degree. The course of study is also called the pharmacy professional program.
The college is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. The college's accreditation was last reviewed in 2010. The University of Arizona is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
During the past five years, on average 95 percent or more of the students who entered the UA College of Pharmacy graduated. The passing rates for new UA graduates who are first-time candidates for the North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam (NAPLEX) have averaged greater than 95 percent during this time, almost always exceeding the state and national passing rate averages.
These Web pages include:
- Information on admissions to the PharmD program at the UA College of Pharmacy, including the online application and application instructions
- Tips for enhancing your chances of being admitted to a college of pharmacy
- An outline of the four-year PharmD curriculum
- A description of the costs of study in the PharmD program and information about financial aid
Also included are:
- A list of the many organizations for pharmacy professional students
- A calendar of events for students and others at the College of Pharmacy
- A look at academic and demographic statistics from recently admitted classes
- A review of pharmacy careers
- Links to offices that serve students at the University of Arizona
- How to contact the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education about the college's accreditation or complaints about the program.
- Where to find more information about obtaining your Arizona intern license, needed by enrolled students.
For more admission information after you have explored these pages, contact pharmacy admissions.