The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program is a four year pharmacy professional program that follows the successful completion of two years of undergraduate (pre-professional) college course work. The first three years of the program are focused mainly on didactic class instruction coupled with introductory pharmacy practice experience.

Assessment

Whenever applicable, especially for Therapeutics and other Clinical Pharmacy and Experiential Training Courses, the students must be assessed by the faculty for their:

 

  • Mastery of essential skills in drug safety
  • Rank order (grading) on related topics
  • Improvement over time
  • Difficulties (as diagnosed by the faculty)
  • Acceptance of feedback and follow up
  • Other outcomes as deemed by the course faculty and course coordinators

 

Student performance evaluation forms, especially those for IPPE and APPE, will be designed to address these elements.

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