Professional Pharmacy PharmD Fall Regular Deadline (Intl & Dom)
Monday, March 2, 2020
5:00 pm -
College of Pharmacy
Link to Graduate Catalog PhD Program
Today’s pharmacists don’t simply count pills - they’re actively involved in the creation, evaluation and delivery of complex pharmaceuticals and therapeutics that enhance patient health. UH College of Pharmacy’s Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) program is a four-year professional program that prepares individuals for a variety of areas within the pharmacy profession. In collaboration with its fellow Texas Medical Center institutions and elsewhere, the college offers a range of clinical research opportunities and practice experiences (APPEs) in oncology, infectious disease, pediatrics, women’s health, critical care, neurology, nuclear pharmacy and veterinary pharmacy. UH PharmD students also can pursue a variety of unique in-state and out-of-state experiential opportunities, including the FDA, CDC, Indian Health Service in Alaska and New Mexico.