The School of Pharmacy offers programs of education at the undergraduate, professional, and graduate levels, as well as continuing education courses for professionals.
- B.S. in Pharmacology & Toxicology
- Focusing on the principles by which chemicals affect the health of humans and animals.
- Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
- The Pharm.D. is the entry-level degree for practicing pharmacists.
*Please note: Graduate degree recipients do not become licensed pharmacists.
- Pharmacy (M.S. - terminal degree)
- Training for innovative health system pharmacy administration and managerial leadership. Applicants must hold the Pharm.D. or B.S. in Pharmacy degree and be eligible for licensure as a pharmacist in Wisconsin. This program is combined with the Administrative Residency (PGY-1 & 2) at UW Hospitals and Clinics.
- Pharmaceutical Sciences (Ph.D.)
- Providing interdisciplinary education and preparation for research in the fields of Drug Discovery, Drug Action, and Drug Delivery.
- Social and Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy (M.S., Ph.D.)
- Preparing students for research in drug use, patient and provider communication and behaviors, health outcomes, pharmacy practice, and more.
- An introduction to all certificate programs: Consumer Health Advocacy, Global Health, and Patient Safety.
- Consumer Health Advocacy Certificate
- Become an adept advocate for health care consumers.
- Global Health Certificate
- Focuses on global health topics that transcend national boundaries, emphasizing health and disease in developing countries.
- Patient Safety Certificate
- Applying systems engineering and design to reduce medical errors.
- Community Pharmacy Residency Program
- Offering practice experiences and opportunities for teaching and research for PharmD graduates.
- Extension Services in Pharmacy
- Providing continuing education for pharmacists and employees of the Pharmaceutical Industry, including custom curriculum development.