School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy Students


The School of Pharmacy is committed to improving health by educating pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists.  There are currently more than 250 student enrolled in the school’s four-year, full-time professional pharmacy program that leads to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and more than 200 graduate students enrolled in the school’s MS/PhD programs.

The School of Pharmacy enjoys a national reputation for the Clinical Pharmaceutical Scientist Program, an innovative PhD program that educates scientists to conduct translational and patient-oriented research. Today, the School of Pharmacy is a leader in research, with endeavors ranging from research in molecular genetics to human clinical research and patient care outcomes.

Support from alumni and friends enables the School of Pharmacy to continually forge new paths in managing therapeutic interventions and pharmaceutical discovery.  Contributions to the school have helped increase student scholarships, renovate teaching laboratories, develop specialized centers, and endow faculty chairs.

Priority Funds

Give to the School of Pharmacy priority funds:
  • Personalizing Education Fund
  • Impacting Lives of People
  • Pharmacy Innovations Lab
  • Bridging the Drug Development Gap
  • Scholarships for the Best and Brightest

Dean’s Message

The faculty, staff, and administration take pride in providing an enviornment that encourages individual accoplishment for every member of our school community.

Patricia Dowley Kroboth, Dean


June D. Stine
Director of Development
(412) 648-0185