Pharmacists help patients live happier and healthier lives. From ensuring safe, accurate delivery of medications, to developing new treatment methods, pharmacists are an integral part of the patient care team.
Pre-Pharmacy prepares students for the PharmD curriculum and emphasizes the biological and physical sciences.Pre-Pharmacy
Direct Admit Pathway
The Direct Admit Pathway (DAP) is an early assurance program for high-achieving high school students who wish to pursue their PharmD.Direct Admit Pathway
Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)
Our curriculum emphasizes a strong science background related to the contemporary practice of pharmacy.PharmD
2023 School of Pharmacy Viewbook
The 2023 West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Viewbook provides an overview of the School, its Direct Admit Pathway and PharmD Programs. It also provides snapshots of students, faculty, and our learning centers.2023 School of Pharmacy Viewbook
The WVU School of Pharmacy offers two graduate Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree programs: Health Services and Outcomes Research (HSOR) and Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences (PPS).PhD
Residency and Fellowship Programs
The WVU School of Pharmacy and WVU Medicine offer postgraduate year 1 and 2 (PGY-1, PGY-2) residency programs for individuals wishing to pursue advanced clinical skills and training. The School of Pharmacy also offers a one-year academic pharmacy fellowship.Residency and Fellowship Programs
Office of Admissions and Student Affairs
From admissions to advising and other learning opportunities, the Office of Admissions and Student Affairs assists current and prospective Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) professional program students on their academic paths to becoming successful pharmacy professionals.
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Simulation Training and Education for Patient Safety (STEPS)
STEPS isn’t just about physician education – it’s about patient safety. By providing a safe learning environment with fully responsive technology, our students are safer and smarter before encountering patients in everyday and critical care situations.Explore STEPS