School of Pharmacy LIU


 

Pharm.D. Program

Today's pharmacists don't simply dispense medications , they're actively involved in the creation, evaluation and delivery of complex pharmaceuticals and therapeutics that enhance patient health.

LIU Doctorate of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) is a six-year program (209 credits, one year after the BPharm). The program emphasizes an integrated and problem-based approach to disease management. It provides pharmacists with a good clinical and community experience in patient monitoring and consultation with other healthcare professionals. The program is a series of seven, four-week rotations known as advanced pharmacy practice experiences (APPEs). APPEs are divided into major and elective and each includes 30 hours per week of on-site experience supervised by a faculty preceptor.

The program offers APPEs in cardiology, internal medicine, pediatrics, critical care, oncology, infectious disease, endocrinology, and ambulatory care.


A- Criteria for Admission:

  1. Admission into the Pharm.D. program takes place only in the fall semester.

  2. Students must have a B.S. in Pharmacy in order to be eligible for admission to the Pharm.D. program.

  3. Only students having a GPA at least 3 will be admitted in addition to recommendations (including academic and experienced).

  4. Candidates will be scheduled for an interview as part of the admission process with the Admission's Committee.

  5. Applicants who received a B.S. in Pharmacy from non LIU may apply for the Pharm.D. program where their applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee of the School and remedial courses will be required.

  6. Students who fail to achieve the required GPA for admission to the Pharm.D. program can choose to repeat courses that are assigned by the Admission's Committee and reapply

B- The Pharm.D. study plan


Major Title Credits Contract Sheet Plan of Study Course Description
Doctor of Pharmacy 30
     

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