ONU’s Doctor of Pharmacy program (PharmD) provides a transformative education, producing some of the nation’s most talented pharmacists. With one of the only true 0-6 direct admit programs in the country, you’ll discover endless opportunities here that begin on day one. The four-year degree option for qualified students offers cutting-edge professional training on a safe and friendly campus.
We Offer You
0-6 Direct Entry Program
A true direct entry PharmD program, with pharmacy courses and patient care experiences beginning in your first year. Unlike any other in the nation!
4-Year Degree Option
For students with an undergraduate degree or pre-pharmacy coursework, the 4-year PharmD program provides a world-class education in a small-town atmosphere.
Learn, study, collaborate
Today’s pharmacists need to communicate and collaborate effectively and think outside the box. ONU’s world-class laboratory and learning spaces optimize this type of learning.
Giant Eagle Student Lounge
Grunder Collaborative Learning Lab
Turner Student Organization Room
Pharmacy Skills Center and Simulation Lab
Seven research labs
Wheeler Pharmacy Services Center
ONU HealthWise Pharmacy and Mobile Clinic
Drug and Health Information Center
Leave the classroom behind
Become a patient-centered pharmacist with real-world experiences that are an integral part of your ONU education.
Real-World Experience with Services to the Community
The pharmacy profession blends problem-solving skills with people skills. Pharmacists are not just medication experts; they’re the most accessible health care professionals. Students develop expert knowledge while helping people in the community live healthier lives through our Drug and Health Information Center, On-Campus Pharmacy, and Mobile Health Clinic. In fact, 100 percent of our students engage in community health outreach clinics, health risk screenings, preventative health services, and health education for the public.
Find your Niche in the Pharmacy Field
Working in retail pharmacy is only one option available to pharmacists. There are dozens more, and ONU alumni are leading the way:
Ambulatory Care Pharmacist;
Clinical Care Pharmacist
Critical Care Pharmacist
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist
Infectious Disease Pharmacist
Poison Control Pharmacist