With an enrollment of nearly 700 Doctor of Pharmacy and graduate students, admission to academic programs offered at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is highly competitive.
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Program
To be considered for admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy program at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, prospective students must earn certain prerequisite credits at an accredited two- or four-year institution and submit a completed application package. Visit the program’s “How to Apply” page for more information.
Applicants interested in applying to a graduate program at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy should possess an undergraduate and/or graduate degree from an accredited college or university, as well as satisfy the requirements outlined by the Graduate School. Because each program has different admission criteria that applicants must meet, applicants are encouraged to review their chosen program’s admission requirements for more information about how to apply.
- Master's of Science (MS) in Pharmacometrics
- Master's of Science (MS) in Regulatory Science
- PhD in Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
- PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Residency & Fellowships
Candidates applying for residency and fellowship opportunities at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy must be licensed pharmacists in the state of Maryland or eligible for licensure. Residency applicants also must be enrolled in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Residency Matching Program. Visit the Residency & Fellowship admissions page for more information about how to apply.
The PharmTechX Program at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is available online through the School's Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions (CIPS) Knowledge Enterprise. To enroll, an individual must currently work as a licensed pharmacy technician and have three to five years of work experience. The first certificate program will be available beginning July 1. Please visit the School's CIPS Knowledge Enterprise to register.
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