An overview of and introduction to this Indianapolis, Indiana college, which is comprised of three cirriculums: Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD.), Masters of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences, and a Physical Assistant (P.A.) program.
The Mission of the faculty and staff of the School of Pharmacy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison is to educate, train and maintain competency of pharmacy practitioners and scientists, and to create, transmit and apply knowledge based on research in the basic and applied pharmaceutical sciences to enhance the quality of life through improved health.
Provides pharmaceutical care and prepares graduate and postgraduate students to provide leadership in scholarship and practice. The department generates and disseminates knowledge to assure the safe, effective, and cost-efficient use of medications.
Located in Stockton, California, this school of pharmacy offers both a professional pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.) and graduate degrees in pharmacy-related fields of study (M.S., PhD.), as well as a joint Pharm.D./PhD. program.