UGA College of Pharmacy
The College of Pharmacy at the University of Georgia offers several degree programs and courses of study, including a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Masters and Ph.D. programs, certificate programs, two dual degree programs, and the professional Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.).
The Pharm.D. is a four-year degree program for students who are interested in an exciting and patient-centered career in pharmacy. The curriculum, which includes didactic coursework, lab work, interprofessional healthcare education, and practical pharmacy experiences prepares students for a well-rounded career in the different practice settings of pharmacy, including clinical pharmacy, community pharmacy, independent pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, the pharmaceutical industry, academia, and much more.
UGA is the only public institution of higher education in the state of Georgia to offer the professional Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The program at UGA is the #1 pharmacy program in Georgia and is a nationally-ranked Top 25 program (US News & World Report, 2019).
For a list of required pre-pharmacy coursework, please review the list of Pre-Pharmacy Requirements. Visit the Prospective Student page to read more information about the program and admission requirements.
For more information about the UGA Pharm.D. program, the pre-pharmacy requirements, or the admissions process for pharmacy school, please contact PharmDadmissions@uga.edu. We also invite you to visit us in the College of Pharmacy, Office of Student Affairs (Pharmacy South, Room 115).
Visit our College online to learn more information about the Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D., or certificate programs offered through the UGA College of Pharmacy.