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Pharmacy Prospective Students
Pharmacy is a highly competitive program at Ohio Northern University leading to a degree with a reputation and a tremendous future. ONU has several thousand proud alumni and an innovative program combining didactic and experiential education preparing students to enter careers in a rapidly changing health care environment. Pharmacy study at Ohio Northern University is unique among programs in the U.S. Come and find out more!
Inspiring outstanding pharmacy professionals since 1884.
Inspired to make a difference, the R.H. Raabe College of Pharmacy blends a distinguished history with a vision for exceptional, personalized education that has resulted in training some of the nation’s most talented pharmacists. The PharmD curriculum integrates a comprehensive foundation in the pharmaceutical sciences and the practice of pharmacy.
Forefront of Pharmacy Education
The College of Pharmacy is a leader in the profession of pharmacy as it evolves to meet future demands. The college offers support of and encouragement to faculty in order to focus on a more clinical direction to ensure survival and best possible patient care practices, and to ensure students graduate with the best experience and skills for future success.
- ACPE Accredited, 0–6 PharmD program
- Direct admittance for accepted pharmacy students
- Active faculty research opportunities for students
- Experiential learning sites available in 40 states and several abroad
- Pharmacy Skills Center & Simulation Lab
- Drug Information Center
Distinctive among other colleges of pharmacy, ONU integrates a comprehensive foundation in the pharmaceutical sciences and the practice of pharmacy along with a strong liberal arts curriculum. Outstanding clinical facilities and preceptors illustrate the application of knowledge to actual therapeutic decisions. The Doctor of Pharmacy program is designed to provide the student with the preparation and background for a successful career in a vital health profession.
The teacher-scholar model
Faculty members are rewarded for excellence in the classroom but are expected to be professionally active in scholarship through research and/or maintaining a clinical practice site. This model allows the faculty member to focus on the importance of teaching while staying current within their discipline.