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Welcome to the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy. Our Doctor of Pharmacy program is nationally accredited with a 100% job placement rate. Our graduates' first-time pass rate on the NAPLEX is consistently over 95%, and our post-graduate residency placement rate is consistently well above the national average. Classes of 52 students assure each student maximum individual attention within our PharmD program.

In addition to the PharmD degree, we offer an online Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration for new and mid-career pharmacists and other healthcare professionals who want to become department directors, patient safety coordinators and/or directors, regulatory compliance officers, clinical research associates, health outcomes researchers or advance practice pharmacists. We also offer Dual Degree Programs - PharmD/MS - PharmD/MBA.

Finally, our Medical Laboratory Sciences program is offered at UW-Casper. Career opportunities for graduates of this program can include working as a Medical Laboratory Scientist, Clinical Systems Analyst, Educator, Forensic Scientist, Health Care Administrator, Laboratory Manager, and more! 

The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy community is committed to supporting and promoting individual and collective excellence in teaching, research, service and pharmacy practice. We value responsibility, compassion, respect, and integrity in all endeavors. 


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New UW School of Pharmacy Course Examines Preparing for the Next Pandemic

Students from many programs of study across the University of Wyoming campus likely took part in class discussions this past spring that focused on the economic, medical, nutritional and physiological impacts of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

Implications of the current pandemic, and how individuals and organizations can better prepare for the next pandemic event, are the focus of a new UW School of Pharmacy elective course, titled “Pandemic Preparedness Policy” (PHCY 5160-48).

Scheduled for fall 2020, the course is for upper division -- junior and senior -- undergraduate students, professional students and graduate students from all disciplines.

UW School of Pharmacy Lecturer David Brushwood will teach the course Sept. 13-Dec. 6. The 11-week course will be presented through WyoCourses, the platform for UW online instruction. Students from any academic discipline, even those from other universities, are invited to explore pandemic preparedness.

“We are all in this together. This course is open to any student at any university who wishes to take it in a non-degree-seeking status and transfer credits back to their home institution,” Brushwood says. “We hope to attract a diverse group of students -- geographically and demographically -- to stimulate the discussions based on differing perspectives.”

Interested in finding out more about this new Pandemic Preparedness course? Go to UW News to learn more!

 

Dr. Elliott Sogol selected as director of the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) program.UW School of Pharmacy Selects Business Manager/Educator to Lead MSHSA Degree Program

A former corporate manager and pharmacy business leader has been selected as director of the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) program.

Elliott Sogol, the current director of postgraduate education for the pharmacy school in the UW College of Health Sciences, brings a balanced mix of experience in both business management and graduate-level education instruction.

Sogol’s previous roles included serving as the senior vice president of strategy for Pharmacy Quality Solutions and group manager in the health care professional service group for the Target Corp. He also served as manager of one of the corporation’s pharmacies, and he has held leadership positions in the corporate, and research and development divisions within GlaxoSmithKline.

Sogol also held positions in academia at Campbell University School of Pharmacy and the University of Illinois-Chicago. He received his professional and graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. He currently holds adjunct faculty appointments at Campbell University, the University of Minnesota and the University of North Carolina.

UW’s MSHSA program is a fully accredited online program intended for new or midcareer health professionals, including pharmacists, nurses, physical therapists, first responders and other non-health care professionals looking to advance their careers in the pharmaceutical and health care fields.

Explore the MSHSA Degree Program in the UW School of Pharmacy! 

 

 

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