Want a CU Anschutz-caliber pharmacy degree but can’t move to Denver? The new remote Doctor of Pharmacy Degree may be for you.
Classes are synchronous, meaning that you will be joining live classes as they are taught in real time. You’ll be learning alongside your campus-based cohort, so even though you’ll be remote, you’ll never be alone. Two times a semester you’ll need to be able to travel to campus for experiences that require hands-on training like lab work and vaccination training. During the fourth year of the degree (P4) you’ll be engaged in direct patient care as part of the Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE). This part of the degree requires you to be under the guidance of a preceptor and will require you to be in Colorado or a location where a CU Pharmacy preceptor is available.
Whether you choose on-campus or remote learning, the PharmD application process begins by creating a PharmCAS account. Refer to our admissions information for those details.
But, why wait? Do you want a PharmD degree, but don’t want to move? Do you have the discipline to do well in an accelerated remote environment? Are you ready to make a difference with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree?
If so, our Outreach & Engagement team is ready to help!