College of Pharmacy

7 Greenhouse Road Kingston, RI 02881 – Office: 401.874.2761 Fax: 401.874.2181

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The University of Rhode Island Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

One of the many great things about URI's College of Pharmacy is that we're a diverse community of scholars who work together and inspire one another in our teaching, research, practice, and service. Our big idea is to improve the quality of life for people in our local, national, and global communities. We welcome you to join us at our beautiful campus near the ocean where you can do your very best work in brand new, cutting-edge facilities that give you the perfect resources to learn, grow, and put your ideas into practice.

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    Investing in You.

    With our 0-6 pharmacy program, you start here, you finish here.

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    Building Community

    Our people make all the difference.

  • Opening New Doors.

    Our cutting-edge facilities are perfect for your big ideas.

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    Teaching With Technology.

    Technology goes way past transparencies here.

  • Leading Research.

    We’re advancing medicine, and changing the world.

which program is right for you?

Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Our B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences program prepares students for careers in the pharmaceutical, consumer products, and healthcare industries.


Graduate Programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences
We offer M.S. and Ph.D. level degrees in Pharmaceutical Sciences with several specializations, as well as three joint programs.


Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
Our Doctor of Pharmacy 6-year Pharm.D. curriculum is a “zero to six” program, which means you can start and finish your degree without worrying about competing for your spot.



Medication Management

Nearly $300 billion per year. For the health care industry, the costs of medication errors and non-adherence are great. For patients, the costs are greater. Clinical Associate Professor Virginia Lemay’s home care pharmacy services program targets medication non-adherence in some of the state’s most high-risk patients. More »

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