Strategic Direction 1 – Objective 4

Strategic Direction 1: Develop and implement a Doctor of Pharmacy educational program in which student pharmacists  across campuses commit to rigorous opportunities for professional differentiation and interprofessional education while in the program, and excel in their chosen career pathways after graduation.

Strategic Direction 1: Develop and implement a Doctor of Pharmacy educational program in which student pharmacists across campuses commit to rigorous opportunities for professional differentiation and interprofessional education while in the program, and excel in their chosen career pathways after graduation.

PharmD Differentiated Paths

By September 2020, develop and implement dual-degree programs and transcriptable certificates/minors that complement the rigorously defined and demanding differentiated paths for Doctor of Pharmacy students in all regions.

Accountable: assistant dean for admissions & advising, admissions committee, curriculum committee.

New Resources Needed: personnel (faculty from other colleges/schools), physical (rooms for interprofessional education to occur).

 


CPR

Pharmacy student practicing CPR techniques with EMS trainer.

Indicators

 

  1. Eight new transcriptable certificates/minors and three new dual-degree programs are developed.
  2. The Honors and Pharm.D./Ph.D. programs are aligned with the new, transformed Pharm.D. curriculum.