As health care becomes more team-based and personalized, pharmacists continue to play a vital role in the safe and effective use of medications in patient care. Shenandoah University pharmacy students train to become astute and insightful decision makers on the health care team. As professionals, they’re prepared to meet the complex needs of an increasingly diverse patient population.
Admission to the Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy occurs on a rolling basis for acceptance into the program each fall.
Become an expert drug information, drug dosing, and pharmacotherapy.
This pathway is for licensed and practicing pharmacists.
Succeed in the business side of pharmacy.
Address today’s most challenging population health care issues.
Explore individual’s genetic make-up and their response to medications.
Apply knowledge of the human genome to clinical practice.
Early assurance is for incoming first-year, undergraduate applicants only.
Students from any pharmacy school can use these courses to catch up on missed credits.