Where can a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree take you? Explore our activities covering pharmacy career paths and UGA Pharmacy experiences to discover the diverse and dynamic opportunities pharmacy school provides!

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A PharmD degree from UGA provides the skills and experiences you need to prepare for employment in over 30 diverse types of pharmacy in Community, Hospital, Ambulatory Care, Regulatory, and Non-Traditional Settings.

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UGA PharmD students are regularly updated about current job opportunities for which they may be eligible to apply. If you become aware of a job you think our students should hear about, let us know!

^ We know you take your career development seriously; we do, too. Learn more about the Career Exploration Portal and other career resources by watching this video!

^ UGA Pharmacy is home to nearly 20 professional student organizations which continually connect their members to career-specific learning and networking opportunities.

^ Introducing your to the "real" world through Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs/APPEs) is an important part of the UGA PharmD curriculum.

^ Our nationally-ranked Doctor of Pharmacy program is one of the top in the Southeast, and our alumni have gone on to do BIG things!

^ Healthcare is a team effort; working with other healthcare professionals is vital as a pharmacist. Learn how UGA offers interprofessional education.

^ A pharmacy residency is a postgraduate training program which prepares you for a defined area of practice. UGA and its partners offer several options!

^ Compounding combines active with inactive ingredients to create personalized medications. Follow Dr. Elder as she shows where this science is practiced at UGA Pharmacy.

^ Infusion therapy involves providing doses of intravenous/subcutaneous medication. Take a 360-degree tour of a CVS Coram infusion pharmacy.

^ Long term care pharmacy entails serving patients throughout the continuum of care. Take a 360-degree tour of a CVS Omnicare location.


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