Why choose UNE for your Pharm.D.?
UNE’s Pharm.D. program is taught by dedicated, supportive faculty who provide individualized attention. You’ll be challenged with rigorous coursework focused on the pharmaceutical and clinical sciences while making connections that extend beyond your time at the University.
As a UNE student, you’ll participate in collaborative, hands-on projects in the classroom, laboratory, clinical setting and the community. You’ll have the opportunity to prepare for team-based practice with our Interprofessional Education Collaborative and can complete a fourth-year rotation in the Dallaire Drug Information Center.
Whether you plan to pursue a career in a pharmacy practice setting, academia or research, UNE’s College of Pharmacy will position you for success. After graduating, you can apply to our PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program where you’ll gain exposure to patient care services, or immerse yourself in academic pharmacy with our Residency Teaching Certificate Program.
LIVE IN SOUTHERN MAINELive by the coast as a Pre-Professional Pharmacy Program student, residing on our picturesque Biddeford campus. As a graduate student, you'll study at UNE's historic Portland campus, located just minutes away from classic cobblestone streets, a working waterfront and some of the best restaurants in the country in the downtown district.
Tour the Biddeford and Portland Campuses.
Quality Academics in a Close-Knit Community
At UNE’s College of Pharmacy, you’ll gain the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to be a leader in your field. Our four-year, fully accredited Doctor of Pharmacy program combines clinically-based classes, cutting-edge research and community-based learning for a comprehensive program that prepares you for a variety of pharmacy careers. Plus, a limited number of merit scholarships are now available to incoming Doctor of Pharmacy students.
We offer a Pre-Professional Pharmacy Program. This provides the coursework necessary for admission into our Pharm.D. program.
Student Success Stories
The University of New England Interprofessional Education Collaborative, in partnership with UNE’s SBIRT (Screening Brief Intervention Referral to Treatment) program, held panel discussions about substance...
Gayle Brazeau, Ph.D., professor in the College of Pharmacy, has been chosen as a leadership facilitator for the 2017-18 Academic Leadership Fellows Program. In this...
Karen Houseknecht, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology in the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and interim dean of the College of Pharmacy, is...
Mark T. Basile, PharmD
Soojim Lee, PharmD
Dr. Karen Simone
Madeline Archer, PharmD
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