Located in Suite 225 on Level 2 of Avedisian Hall
As part of the Pharm.D. curriculum, students are required to complete both Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE) and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE). Detailed information on the experiential components of the Pharm.D. program can be found on the Pharm.D. program page. The Office of Experiential Education (OEE) in the College works closely with Pharm.D. students to match them with introductory and advanced practice experiences that align with their prior work experience and future career goals.
For more information, contact Dr. Brett Feret, Director of Experiential Education.
Clinical Professor, Director of Experiential Education
Coordinator, Pharmacy/Professional Experiential Programs
Director, Co-Curriculum and Experiential Engagement
Data Control Clerk, Administrative and Student Support
CORE ELMS is the Experiential Learning Management System (ELMS Software) that our office uses to manage our rotations and online resources. Students and preceptors access the system to document and track their experiential education progress.
We recognize that hands-on experience is just as important as the knowledge-based learning gained in the classroom. Required laboratory courses will provide broad and consistent training for all students. Experiences in companies or faculty research labs are optional, but highly encouraged and supported by the program.
Students in the B.S.P.S. program receive support in pursuing internships through the program faculty.
Coordinator, BSPS Experiential Education Liaison
University College for Academic Success (UCAS)