College of Pharmacy

Pharm.D. Professional Program

Choose Your Campus

One College, Two Campuses

The Pharm.D. program is offered on the Duluth and Twin Cities campuses, and students on both campuses create one cohesive class.  Applicants submit one application to the University of Minnesota Pharm.D. Program and make their campus selection after the interview. Visit both campuses at Preview Day!

Pharmacy Student Life

Discover student life at the University of Minnesota through the eyes of a pharmacy student. Follow College of Pharmacy students Ernie, April and Rachel as they learn, laugh and discover on the University of Minnesota Duluth and Minneapolis campuses.You might be surprised what you'll find.

 

Which is the best setting for you?
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Duluth Campus

Our Duluth campus offers students an opportunity to build extraordinarily strong relationships with their classmates and our faculty & staff. With 60 students per class, our students in Duluth form very tight connections that last throughout a career.

Are you interested in intramural sports, access to outdoor recreation, and outreach to rural communities? Would you like to concentrate on your studies in a supportive environment and still have the advantages of living in a vibrant city? If so, then Duluth will be a perfect fit!


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Twin Cities Campus

Our Twin Cities campus is the only Big Ten campus located in a major urban environment. The resources available to students are unparalleled. You might be surprised, however, to find out how small the college actually feels with only about 107 students per class. Students tend to think it more as a family than a university.

Want to be in a cosmopolitan urban environment with access to world-class arts, theater, and sporting events? Would you like to live in a city that consistently ranks high in wellness and livability?  If yes, then the Twin Cities could be right for you!


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