Pharmacy Program Overview
Collaborative. Interprofessional. Innovative. MBKU’s College of Pharmacy prepares graduates to be practice-ready and competitive in today’s fast-paced health care environment. Apply today.
- Ketchum graduates will be educated and trained to be practice-ready in providing a number of primary care services.
- A small class size of 52 allows individualized student to faculty interactions.
- Medical Spanish will be emphasized.
- Our students will take one year of patient / physical assessment courses.
- Our graduates will be certified or certifiable in diabetes management, immunizations, MTM, smoking cessation and travel medicine.
- The curriculum is designed to maximize active learning, teamwork and lab activities. Within the P1-P3 years, approximately 50% of the curricular hours are lab & experiential work.
- With an emphasis on collaborative learning, small groups and interprofessional education, our graduates will be ready to be active members of the health care team.
The 2016-17 admissions cycle has begun. Students applying for seats in the College of Pharmacy’s class beginning fall of 2017 should apply during this cycle. Apply today!
Here are some helpful tips regarding this year’s cycle:
- The deadline for submitting your application through PharmCAS for MBKU is March 1, 2017.
- A bachelor’s degree is not required, but recommended.
- Three letters of recommendation are required.
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Director of Admissions
Marshall B. Ketchum University College of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy program has been granted Precandidate status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, IL 60503, 312/644-3575; FAX 312/664-4652, web site www.acpe-accredit.org. Granting of Precandidate status brings no rights or privileges of accreditation as associated with either candidate status or accredited status. Precandidate status indicates only that planning has taken into account ACPE standards and guidelines and suggests reasonable assurance of moving to the next step, that of Candidate status. Since Precandidate status does not create any rights of accreditation under the ACPE standards, it is the opinion of ACPE that graduates of programs of Colleges or Schools of Pharmacy that bear Precandidate status do not meet the educational requirements for licensure..