Doctor of Pharmacy

A career in pharmacy is tremendously rewarding. Pharmacists provide patient care helping us heal and maintain health through their expertise in monitoring drug therapy, knowledge of drug products, and providing drug information. Advising consumers, patients and health care professionals on drug composition, strength, purity and harmful interactions are just some of the critical roles for which a pharmacist is responsible.

Our PharmD program curriculum explores the role of medications in the management of health and treatment of diseases of all populations of people. You will study the basic biological and pharmaceutical sciences, including pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, and pharmaceutics, that form the foundation of modern medication therapy. You will also learn about complex health care policy and pharmacy law, use drug information resources, contemplate health care ethics, participate in service learning, and more. Regis University graduates are prepared to improve and transform health care in a global community.

The Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum at Regis University uniquely combines a highly integrated course curriculum with Team-Based Learning (TBL) in a Jesuit learning environment. Our School of Pharmacy is the only pharmacy school in the United States to completely integrate the entire course curriculum and use TBL. Regis University's Doctor of Pharmacy program has been recognized for being both innovative and groundbreaking.


Graduates earn the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree with eligibility to sit for the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) and the requisite pharmacy law exam to become a registered pharmacist (RPh).


The PharmD program is considered a 2+4 format; two years of prerequisite coursework prior to applying to the four year professional program. The Doctor of Pharmacy program is 150 semester hours of full-time study, offered in nine semesters over four years on our campus in Denver, Colorado. A new class of approximately 75 students starts each Fall semester.

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