University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

PharmD Virtual Open House on Dec. 12

Gain in-depth insight into the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) curriculum, as well as answers to some frequently asked questions about the program. Learn More PharmD Virtual Open House on Dec. 12

SOP's Mullins Awarded $2 Million Aging Research Grant

Research will develop strategies investigators can use to help recruit and retain older adults and diverse populations in research. Learn More SOP's Mullins Awarded $2 Million Aging Research Grant

Student-Organized Conference Spotlights Managed Care Pharmacy

Event introduced students to central tenets of managed care and illustrated relevance of the field to pharmacy education and careers. Learn More Student-Organized Conference Spotlights Managed Care Pharmacy

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9th

U.S. News & World Report ranks the School of Pharmacy 9th among more than 130 schools of pharmacy in the country.

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4th

Established in 1841, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is the fourth oldest school of pharmacy in the United States.

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$33.4M

The School has received $33.4 million in grants and contracts from government, industry, private, and foundation sources during the 2019 fiscal year.

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989

There are 989 PharmD, PhD, and MS students enrolled at the School of Pharmacy.

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School Events

12Dec
1:00 PM | Online Our online information session will provide an overview of the PharmD experience at the School of Pharmacy.
10Feb
9:00 AM | Pharmacy Hall The competition aims to promote interest in regulatory science, the science of developing new tools, standards, and approaches to assess the safety, quality, and performance of FDA-regulated products.

The curriculum challenges us to become the best pharmacists in the nation. The faculty teach us in a way that most students will never experience.

John Hodgson, Class of 2019