U.S. Pharmacy Schools provide entry level, intermediate and advanced professional Pharmacist training. Pharmacist professionals must be duly licensed and licensing requirements in all states include, among other things, a degree from an accredited pharmacy school.
U.S. Pharmacy Schools provide the extensive academic training and clinical experience required to be a practicing Pharmacist
in the United States. Students at U.S. Pharmacy Schools receive classroom instruction in biomedical, pharmaceutical, clinical and social sciences. U.S. Pharmacy Schools supplement this classroom instruction with supervised clinical experience in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Although the curriculum is similar at all accredited schools, admission requirements, selection criteria and the costs of attendance do vary among U.S. Pharmacy Schools. For the most current information about admission requirements, selection factors and attendance costs, interested applicants are advised to check with specific U.S. Pharmacy Schools in their State: