Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.). This degree program is for those who want to become a pharmacist. It requires four years of professional study (with most summers off). To be eligible to apply, students must have completed program prerequisites, which generally requires two to four years of undergraduate study.
Graduate Research Studies. The College offers Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree programs in for people interested in pharmaceutical and medical chemistry research.
OSU undergraduate students interested in careers in pharmacy can start out as pre-pharmacy majors through the College of Science, or they can apply to the Early Admission Program, which admits high school seniors to both the pre-pharmacy and Pharm.D. programs.