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School of Pharmacy

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The School of Choice for Christian Pharmacy Students

It's a new day for pharmacy! Today’s pharmacists are hands-on, engaged, and front-line. Dispensing medications, yes, but also meeting patients, learning medical histories, and building relationships. Pharmacists are evaluating how someone is responding to a prescribed therapy and collaborating with doctors. They are screening for potential health risks and giving flu shots and vaccinations. You’ll find them in front of the counter, not just behind it.

At Cedarville University, we’re engaging the dynamic environment of 21st-century healthcare with a solid Christian perspective. Our faith informs our ethics, decision-making, and commitment.

Our patient-centered philosophy challenges students to do more than problem-solve, but to apply knowledge and experience, infused with compassion, to treat the whole person.

With medical doctors on faculty and classes taught in conjunction with Cedarville’s nursing school, our students learn how to collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide the best possible patient care.

Doctor of Pharmacy students receive 1,740 hours of comprehensive training in hospitals, independent local pharmacies, indigent care clinics, national chain community pharmacies, rural settings, and research laboratories — in the U.S. and overseas. From the start of the professional program to graduation, students will experience pharmacy in every conceivable setting.

And if there’s not a pharmacist serving a particular population, we equip students with the enterprising skill set to meet that need.

We look forward to helping you achieve your educational and professional goals through the School of Pharmacy at Cedarville University! We offer a preferred admission option for undergraduate prepharmacy students, including accelerated pathways, and generous scholarships.

Apply for admission today. Admission to Cedarville’s Pharm.D. program is a four-step process:

  1. Complete the PharmCAS application at pharmcas.org.
  2. Submit your Cedarville University graduate application at cedarville.edu/apply.
  3. Send all required documents to Cedarville University.
  4. Interview with the School of Pharmacy faculty for admission and scholarships.

Video Resources

Introducing the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy

Get to know Cedarville's School of Pharmacy, its quality and its passion for using pharmacy for Gospel impact.

Adding an M.B.A. to Your Pharm.D.

Danielle Polley, Pharm.D. shares how adding an M.B.A. to her Pharm.D. will benefit her in her career as a pharmacist.

Center for Pharmacy Innovation

Cedarville University's Center for Pharmacy Innovation seeks to advance the profession of pharmacy by developing novel approaches to patient care and expanding pharmacists' roles as part of a collaborative healthcare team.

A Different Kind of Pharmacy School

Highly credentialed Christian faculty, first-rate equipment, and innovative curriculum - all integrated with a biblical worldview - make Cedarville's School of Pharmacy unique.

School of Pharmacy 2018 Review

Dr. Marc Sweeney, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, shares highlights from 2018, giving God glory for His many blessings to the School.

Students Benefit From Teaching Pharmacy

Cedar Care Village Pharmacy allows Cedarville University School of Pharmacy graduate pharmacy students to practice what they have learned in class under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist.

Opioids: A National Crisis

Cedarville hosted a town hall addressing the national opioid epidemic, welcoming politicians, healthcare professionals, and first responders to discuss this important topic.

The Uses of a New Antibody

Dr. Rocco Rotello explains the development of a new antibody which could help treat vascular diseases, diabetes, and more.