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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES


The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Transform your interest in science into a commitment for improving health care at one of the best pharmacy schools in the country.

The Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences program at the University of Mississippi fosters the knowledge and skills needed in today's health care environment. Our graduates are leaders in biomedical research companies, hospitals, government agencies, universities, Fortune 500 companies and every imaginable practice setting.

Key Benefits

Qualified students may be interested in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy's Early Entry program, which guarantees students a spot in pharmacy school and allows students to avoid a highly competitive admission process.

Graduate Outcomes

The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy boasts a 100 percent job placement rate and this profession offers over 600 different career options. The average starting salary for our graduates is between $105,000-$122,000. Many go on to pursue other degrees.

Experiences Offered

Ole Miss students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy may choose to get involved with student organizations, national meetings, research programs, exchange programs and study abroad opportunities. Early Entry students may also reside in the program's Living-Learning Community - we call it a pharmacy phamily!

Specializations

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty

Faculty in the University of Mississippi's School of Pharmacy are dedicated to improving health through teaching and are genuinely committed to student learning and welfare. Highly qualified and carefully chosen, they are quite productive in the research arena.

The first professional year (P1) requirements include Phcy 400 (Becoming a Pharmacist); 401 and 402 (Foundations in BMS); 411 and 412 (Physiology/Pathology); 421 and 422 (Pharmaceutics & Calculations); 431 and 432 (Social & Administrative Pharmacy); 441 and 442 (Pharmacists Patient Care Process); 451 (Pharmacogenomics); 452 (Pharmacoimmunology); 460 (Personal and Professional Development); and 461 (IPE Collaboration); Phcy 470 (Community IPPE I); and Phcy 471 (Institutional IPPE I).

Primary factors include ACT/SAT score and high school GPA. Extracurricular activities and performance during a campus interview are also considered. For specific requirements and more information, please visit pharmacy.olemiss.edu/admissions.

Hillary Blackburn

A 2011 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, Hillary Blackburn landed an internship at the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration. Her experiences there guided her to a career with Dispensary of Hope, helping uninsured and low-income patients to medication access.

Student Organizations

Students can pursue many activities outside the classroom that will help them succeed. The School of Pharmacy offers numerous organizations from scholastic honors and leadership societies like Rho Chi and Phi Lambda Sigma to interest-specific communities and organizations such as PediaRebs and Rebel Vets.