Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) graduates from the KGI School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are prepared for the increasingly diverse roles pharmacists play in providing healthcare.

School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences graduates may deliver therapies in a traditional retail or hospital setting. They may manage operations in community pharmacies, large health care systems or at biotechnology companies. They may use advanced health information technology to personalize therapies to a patient’s specific genetic code and help improve the patient’s ability to take their medications properly. Or, they might help to develop, test and regulate the next generation of life-saving drugs.

Whether at the corner pharmacy or in the corporate sector, KGI educates PharmDs for the future.


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Hours of Experiential Education

"We prepare our students to be at the forefront of industry, technology, and patient care. With experiential education and unique collaboration with other KGI degree programs, our graduates enter impactful careers."
Kathy Webster
Founding Dean and Professor
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences