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.
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!
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
“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.
Online Elective Courses for Professional and Graduate Students at Schools and Colleges
The University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy is offering online elective courses
for students at any school or college of pharmacy, subject to approval by the student’s
home school or college.
UW School of Pharmacy News
UW School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Studies Dangers of E-Cigarettes
Walking around any university campus in the United States will reveal many familiar
scenes, such as lots of bicycles and students with backpacks. Another increasingly
common sight is students using electronic cigarettes.
The dangers associated with e-cigarettes have prompted Guanglong He, an associate
professor of medicinal chemistry with the University of Wyoming’s School of Pharmacy,
to investigate the real harm to those using these products.
His research project, “E-Cigarette Vaping and Cardiopulmonary Injury,” is supported
by a 12-month supplement grant totaling $125,000 through the National Institutes of
Health-funded Phase 1 Sensory Biology Center of Biomedical Research Excellence at
UW. He presented an update Oct. 27-28 via a virtual National Institutes of Health
(NIH) EVALI webinar.
Learn more at UW News!
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.
Continue reading at UW News
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
Continuing Pharmacy Education programs include both in-person and web-based on-demand courses.
Connect with Us
School of Pharmacy University of Wyoming Health Sciences, Room 292 1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 3375 Laramie, WY 82071 Phone: (307) 766-6120 Fax: (307) 766-2953 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org