Our zero-6 PharmD program stresses critical thinking, active learning, and clinical experience to prepare you for practice in a variety of professional settings. The clinical portion of the program provides you with hands-on experience in hospitals, nursing homes, community pharmacies, government institutions, home healthcare settings, pharmacy benefits management companies, and other industries. We will work with you to place you in early and advanced experience practice sites that are aligned with your educational and career goals.
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Our students are involved in a wide range of activities that include their participation in student organizations affiliated with the College. We encourage our students to have a breadth of experiences beyond the classroom, including participation in international educational opportunities and attending and presenting at professional conferences.
The College is engaged in active assessment of all of its academic programs. We continuously collect and analyze data so that we can demonstrate that our programs are meeting expectations of both internal and external stakeholders. The College also surveys the graduating class each year to obtain their feedback on the Pharm.D. program and to learn their post-graduation plans.
Class of 2028418Highly qualified students applied for 130 places4.03Average High School GPA70%Female33%Students of colorGraduated Class of 202288%On-Time Graduation Rate86%First time NAPLEX Pass Rate (80% National Average)99%Employment Rate on Graduation (98% National Average)92%Postdoctoral Residency Placement Rate (76% National Average)Lowest Instate & Out of State
Tuition and Fees
in the Northeast$93,920 / $164,216 respective totals
Approximately 480 preceptors contributed to our experiential education program (both introductory and advanced practice experiences) during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Professional Licensure Disclosure
In accordance with the 2019 Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, URI hereby discloses that the URI Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), meets the educational requirements for licensure as a Pharmacist in all U.S. States and Territories. The applicable licensing board in your state may impose additional non-educational requirements on candidates prior to granting a license (e.g., passing of an exam; obtaining a certificate; performing clinical/practicum hours; etc.), and we encourage you to investigate those requirements.