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Welcome to the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy. Our 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.  

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.   

The  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.     

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!   

We also offer Dual Degree Programs  -  PharmD/MS - PharmD/MBA.  

 

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  • Quality Education and Small Class Size


    Expert faculty and a solid curriculum, with 75 years of experience in educating some of the best pharmacists in the region.  Classes of 52 students assure each student maximum individual attention!

  • Affordability


    The University of Wyoming is consistently named one of the Best Values in higher education, and the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy is an excellent value in pharmacy education.

  • Ideal Location


    “Laradise” or Laramie is an ideal college town, located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Students can enjoy the great outdoors but still be a short drive away from big city fun in Fort Collins or Denver CO. 

 

Join Us In Celebrating Our 76th Anniversary Of Excellence In Pharmacy Education! 

 

UW School of Pharmacy News

 

Head and shoulders photo of female graduate student.UW Pharmacy School Grad Wins Spot in Princeton Ph.D. Prep Program

A recent graduate of the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy in the College of Health Sciences has been accepted into Princeton University’s Prospective Ph.D. Preview (P3) Program.

Kirsten Underwood, a native of Bishop, Calif., applied to the highly competitive program before graduating in May of this year in preparation for the process of earning her Ph.D.

As a first-generation college student, Underwood fulfilled an application requirement to the Princeton program, which seeks to increase the number of people from underrepresented populations in Ph.D.-level education and career experiences.

“I am excited to meet with students and faculty at Princeton and see what graduate school looks like at another institution,” Underwood says. “At P3, I hope to gain insight into the graduate school admissions process and prepare a competitive application to submit to Ph.D. programs this fall.”

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Man setting at a table reading a book.UW School of Pharmacy Conference Examines Legal Aspects in Pharmacy Practice

The University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy recently hosted its inaugural Legal Aspects in Pharmacy Conference, including a number of presenters highlighting how rules, regulations and laws impact the practice of pharmacy.

Providing information and cases to review with the attendees was at the forefront of the speakers’ presentations.

Participants came from Wyoming, Colorado, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Dakota, Utah and Wisconsin, bringing diverse pharmacy backgrounds including community and institutional pharmacy and regulatory consultants. This broad range of pharmacy backgrounds provided great opportunity for participants to discuss how national legal issues impact the regions where they practice.

The gathering at the UW Conference Center covered case studies in pharmacy and legal consequences from around the world. David Brushwood, senior lecturer with the UW School of Pharmacy’s online master’s degree in health services administration program, was the lead presenter and used his more than 40 years of expertise to guide attendees in dialogue to share understanding and viewpoints.

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Head shot of man wearing dress shirt and neck tie.UW School of Pharmacy Faculty Member Receives Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award

A faculty member with the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy has received the 2022 Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award, presented by the Colorado Pharmacists Society.

Alvin Oung, a clinical associate professor of pharmacy practice, was selected for demonstrating excellence in professional, community and association service.

Oung, who joined the UW School of Pharmacy in 2016, also practices at Bruner Family Medicine, which is associated with the Saint Joseph Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Denver, Colo. His clinical and research interests include family medicine/primary care, cardiovascular risk reduction, polypharmacy and medication adherence. He teaches throughout the pharmacy practice didactic lectures and offers ambulatory care rotations.

“We are proud of Alvin and grateful to the Colorado Pharmacists Society for recognizing him with this honor,” says Kem Krueger, dean of the UW School of Pharmacy. “This is a fitting award, given Dr. Oung’s impact on students, patients and other health care providers. He has a wonderful career ahead of him.”

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Female student studying in a coffee shop setting.Distance Online Electives and Continuing Education

The School of Pharmacy offers Distance Online Electives for Academic Credit as well as Continuing Education Courses for Pharmacists and Technicians. 

Legal Aspects in Pharmacy Conference will be hosted in Laramie on July 16th and 17th. Register Today!

Distance Online Electives are available to any professional student or graduate student at any school or college of pharmacy. 

Continuing Pharmacy Education programs include both in-person and web-based on-demand courses. 

 

 

 

 


 

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