DOCTOR OF PHARMACY
If you are interested in becoming a pharmacist, a PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) degree is needed. PharmD degrees do not require a bachelor's degree first, but you do need to complete a set of college prerequisite courses and a specific number of college credits to apply to the PharmD degree program.
- For more information on the PharmD degree and program, visit the PharmD section of the Guide.
- If you are a current UW-Madison undergraduate student, or a prospective UW-Madison undergraduate student, and interested in entering the PharmD program in the future, visit our UW-Madison student pre-pharmacy webpage for more information on resources and pre-pharmacy advising available to you.
- For prerequisite and admissions information for all other students, visit the PharmD admissions webpage.
Faculty belong to four divisions within the School of Pharmacy. See each division page for a list of the faculty and each faculty members' research and specializations.