Be part of the most successful non-traditional Pharm.D. program before it is too late. The College of Pharmacy plans to phase-out the WPPD program and will accept our last applications in March 2016 for the summer term.
- The WPPD program will exist until the last enrolled student graduates
- The college will continue to provide a high-quality education throughout the remaining years of the program
The state of pharmacy has changed. Are you ready?
Learn from a leader in pharmacy education
In today’s competitive pharmacy industry, the Doctor of Pharmacy has become the standard level of education required for all new pharmacists. By pursuing your Pharm.D. you may retain the competitive advantage you’ve earned throughout your career.
Designed for working pharmacists, the flexible Working Professional Doctor of Pharmacy program will allow you to complete your Pharm.D. requirements in as few as three years while you work so you can maintain your work, family, and personal obligations.
As a distance-learning Pharm.D. student with UF, you’ll have the opportunity to develop a higher level of clinical expertise, learn to communicate effectively with patients and other medical professionals, and apply new knowledge daily to enhance your practice.
The University of Florida’s Working Professional Doctor of Pharmacy program is offered by the College of Pharmacy, which is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top pharmacy schools. With over 200 current students and more than 2.500 working graduates, the WPPD program is the largest non-traditional Pharm.D. program available.
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