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School of Pharmacy

The Regis University School of Pharmacy educates men and women to become exceptional and socially responsible pharmacists. We are committed to community engagement, professional leadership and scholarly activities that contribute to the advancement of pharmacy education, pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice.

Premier Rotational Experiences

Pharm.D. students complete advanced practice pharmacy rotations locally, nationally and internationally.


Distinguished Faculty

Regis' School of Pharmacy faculty are trained in the latest pharmacy practice and provide unique research opportunities to students across disciplines.


Accreditation

Regis University School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.


Degrees and Programs

| Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)

| Doctor of Pharmacy and M.S. Health Informatics Dual Degree

| Doctor of Pharmacy and M.S. Health Services Administration Dual Degree

| Graduate Certificate: Health Care Business Management*

| Graduate Certificate: Health Care Quality and Patient Safety*

 

*Offered through the Division of Health Services Education. Three of the courses required for these programs can be applied toward the Doctor of Pharmacy elective requirement.

Samit Shah, dean of pharmacy
Samit Shah, Ph.D., R.Ph., MBA
Dean, School of Pharmacy

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99%
NAPLEX first-time pass rate (compared to 90% national average)
7
national pharmacy program rank based on 2018 NAPLEX pass rates (out of 134 programs)
81%
residency match rate for the class of 2019 (compared to 65% national average)
Pharmacy students learning collaboratively

Team-Based Learning and Integrated Curriculum

Regis’ School of Pharmacy is nationally recognized for its innovative and groundbreaking combination of Team-Based Learning (TBL) and real-life application opportunities in conjunction with our integrated curriculum. 

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Experiential Learning

Jesuit education is known for its personalized attention and concern for the whole person — mind, body and spirit. We not only develop individuals competent in their area of study, but strong in character and conviction as well.

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Post-Graduate Residency Training

Regis University School of Pharmacy collaborates with several health care organizations in the Denver area to develop a number of postgraduate residency training programs that meet our mission and vision to develop leaders in the profession of pharmacy.