Pharmacy Summer Camp will take​ place on two different dates in June. It is only open to high school students who will become junior or seniors in the fall of 2014.



Our camp dates are:
  • June 15 - 18
  • June 22 - 25




College of Pharmacy offers an accredited doctor of pharmacy program


Findlay has one of the few pharmacy schools in the country to offer a direct-entry, 0+6 program! Students are accepted directly into the pharmacy program as freshmen and continue seamlessly into the professional level of the program, graduating at the end of six years with a doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
 

student in pharmacy lab



The Pharmacy Curriculum is divided into four phases:

  1. The first two years are basic science and general education material.

  2. The third year is basic pharmaceutical sciences. These courses prepare you to understand the language of pharmacy and the thought processes involved in pharmacy practice. After your second year and prior to entering the sixth year, 300 hours of contact time with a health care professional is required.​

  3. The fourth and fifth years are applied pharmacy science and are meant to introduce you to the clinical year. You also may explore an interest in a specialty area such as osteoporosis, immunizations, nuclear pharmacy, nutritional support or diabetes management​. At the end of the fifth year, you will  take Pharmacy Capstone. It is a review course for the entire curriculum up to the advanced pharmacy practice rotations.

  4. The sixth year is all about advanced pharmacy practice experience, with rotations in areas such as general medicine, advanced community pharmacy, geriatrics, and cardiology.​

 Tour the College of Pharmacy

     

    What Makes Findlay Different? 

    • Students can complete an MBA along with the Pharm. D.

    • Students can complete a master of science in health informatics​​ along with the Pharm. D.

    • One of only 13 pharmacy schools in the country to offer a 0+6 program

    • Entering class size of 72 students each fall

    • Professional courses taught in small sections of 36 students

    • Classes are taught interactively.

    • Sixth-year students do all nine months of clinical education at one of 25 hub sites, but can choose from a variety of elective experiences away from the hub to help each student meet personal and professional goals.

    • All professors are doctoral qualified.

    • Professors have an educationally diverse background.

    Our faculty use an interactive teaching style, integrating subjects such as pharmacy, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, kinetics, herbal and over-the-counter therapies into an organ system based curriculum. You will study the care of patients in integrated courses.

     


    The Sixth Year Rotation May Include:

    • Community pharmacy
    • Hospital pharmacy
    • Nuclear pharmacy
    • General medicine
    • Family practice
    • Drug information
    • Pediatrics
    • Geriatrics
    • Surgery
    • Poison control centers
    • Compounding

     

    Findlay’s experiential program is unparalleled. Each student is matched with a mentor, in one location, which allows each student time to establish professional relationships and truly become part of a health care team while being will be exposed to a variety of experiences with various pharmacist specializing in their practice area.
     


    Davis Street Building Addition

    UF pharmacy student Lindsey Reiff spoke at the ribbon cutting ceremony. Lyndsey talks about her perspective on what this addition will do for current and future students.
     
    The two-story, 42,000-square-foot addition to the Davis Street Building is connected on the west side leading into the main lobby.
     

    Approximately one year to build, with construction completed in June 2012; clean-up and furnishings ready for occupancy before the beginning of fall semester.
    Davis  
     
    Houses the biology program and serve students taking biology-based science courses primarily in the Colleges of Sciences, Health Professions, Pharmacy and the forensic science major.


    Features:
    • 19 science laboratories
    • 4 classrooms
    • 112-seat lecture hall
    • 1 computer lab
    • 15 faculty offices
    • 1 conference room
    • 1 student lounge