Why PharmD at Michigan?
You’ll find no better value, opportunity, or preparation for success as a PharmD candidate than at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy.
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~80% of graduates were satisfied with their post-graduation employment plans at the time of graduation.
We’re a small school within one of the world’s most prestigious universities; students are required to complete a major research project; we’re affiliated with the University of Michigan Health System – a world-class health care and research organization. These factors combine to make our PharmD program an outstanding choice for your professional training.
We choose to maintain our enrollment at 85 students per class to ensure that you have solid educational and experiential opportunities. We provide real-world learning with over 500 experienced, dedicated preceptors at more than 200 sites. The goal is to provide exposure to all facets of the field, increase awareness of health care issues, enhance critical thinking, and improve patient care skills.
- Competitive tuition: consistently lower than our top 10 peers
- Substantial scholarship support available for students
- World-class practice and teaching at the University of Michigan Health System
- Small class size (typically 85) with an enviable student/faculty ratio of 11:1
- Multi-year research projects
- Inter-professional classes with medical, dentistry, nursing, public health, kinesiology and social work students
- Faculty who are nationally renowned clinical practitioners and researchers
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- Unparalleled success of graduates recruited and selected for the nation's leading residency and fellowship programs
- 93.3% of alumni rate the overall quality of their educational experience as very good
- 92% of alumni said they would choose UM College of Pharmacy for their education if they were to do it again