In just three years, you can begin an exciting career in Pharmacy. From practicing patient care at hospitals, clinics, and local pharmacies to working in the pharmaceutical industry, there are many career options for students who choose to pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree at Midwestern University.
Learn culturally sensitive, patient-centered care at our unique and premier clinical rotation sites.
Discover specialty practice areas, such as pediatrics, cardiology, and oncology.
Spend one-on-one time with faculty mentors who can help you navigate your career path.
Build your healthcare network with other medical profession students.
Participate in unique research opportunities.
Choose to study at either one our beautiful campuses: Glendale, AZ or Downers Grove, IL.
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Did You Know...
Pharmacists earn an average salary of $128,000 (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Our pharmacy graduates have a job placement rate of 95%.
Midwestern University has an alumni network of more than 8,000 pharmacists in many specialties across all 50 states.
Midwestern University Students:
Value social justice and cultural care in today’s healthcare environment.
Get involved in community outreach efforts.
Go on to practice pharmacy in a variety of specializations.
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