The PharmD degree,

which is jointly awarded by OSU and OHSU, is for those who want to become a pharmacist. It requires four years of professional study, two of which are completed at OSU and a third year spent on the OHSU campus. The final year is composed entirely of six-week advanced practice experiences at a variety of sites.

The Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D.

Degree programs for students interested in research to discover new drugs and therapies, new drug targets and/or innovative therapeutic delivery methods.

EAP Early Assurance Program

Allows high school seniors, undergraduate, and post-baccalaureate students to reserve a place in the Pharm.D. program while completing their prerequisite courses.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Prospective students may apply to the degree in the College of Pharmacy encompassing the research areas of drug discovery, gene regulation and disease, or targeted drug delivery.