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About the College

As with other schools that make up Rosalind Franklin University, interprofessional education separates the College of Pharmacy from other pharmacy programs. The rapid change in delivery of care is helping to drive the expansion of pharmacy’s scope of practice. From day one, students collaborate in teams, learning about, from and with one another’s profession, and how, together, they each impact the future of health care.

The College of Pharmacy graduated its first class in 2015, and is the newest college within RFUMS. The college shares the university’s commitment to interprofessional education, with students learning from, with and about one another in a team-based approach to education. Our graduates understand and appreciate the roles of their colleagues in the delivery of health care, and embrace the practice of patient-centered care.

In 2015, the college graduated its first class and was granted full accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.