Best Pharmacy School Programs in Georgia
WHY STUDY PHARMACY IN GEORGIA?
When it comes to Pharmacy school, Georgia has some great options. Whether you’re a Georgia resident or looking to move to the East Coast to get the best possible education, we’ve compiled the information you need to make the right decision for you.
Best Online Pharmacy School in Georgia
If you live in Georgia and have decided that you would like to study pharmacy online, finding the best online pharmacy school available to Georgia residents is an all-important next step. With Pharmacy School Finder's exhaustive database of online pharmacy schools, researching the online pharmacy schools that are available to you is now simpler than ever before.
Georgia Online Pharmacy School
If you would like to find the perfect online pharmacy school for you, we at Pharmacy School Finder are able to help! Get started researching online pharmacy schools that are accepting students from Georgia by browsing through the database below.
University of Georgia School of Pharmacy is a public university in the city of Athens. First year tuition for in-state students is $16,636, and $37,344 for out-of-state students. The program can be completed in a few years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA or M.P.H. University of Georgia School of Pharmacy does not participate in the Early Assurance Program and does not require a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
Mercer University College of Pharmacy is a private university in the city of Atlanta. First year tuition for all students is $37,044. The program can be completed in 0-6/7 years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA, M.P.H., M.S.H.I., M.H.I.I.M. or Ph.D. Mercer University College of Pharmacy participates in the Early Assurance Program and does not require a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia School of Pharmacy is a private university in the city of Suwanee. First year tuition for all students is $39,552. The program can be completed in a few years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia School of Pharmacy participates in the Early Assurance Program and does prefer a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
South University, Savannah School of Pharmacy is a private university in the city of Savannah. First year tuition for both in-state and out-of-state students is $49,296. The program can be completed in 2-3 years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA. South University, Savannah School of Pharmacy does not participate in the Early Assurance Program and does not require a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
Number Of Enrolled Students
|Number of Pharmacy Professors/Faculty - 211|
Average First Year Tuition
|Out of State Tuition First Year - $40,809|
Average Pharmacist Salary
|Number of in Graduates (2017) - 490|
Georgia Admission Requirements
Getting into a PharmD program comes with many choices. In Georgia for example, there is a traditional 3-4 program, and 4 year PharmD program and even dual degree programs (Ph.D., M.P.H, and MBA) who are currently accepting applications.
Georgia Pharmacy School Info and Requirements
Georgia has four different universities that offer the graduate-degree program needed to become a pharmacist - the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.
Each of the pharmacy schools listed here are ACPE-accredited programs and that’s important. By completing your education at an ACPE-accredited school you’ll be able to meet the licensure requirement to become a pharmacist in any state in the US, not just the state of Georgia.
To figure out which program is right for you, read each school’s program to narrow your search by admission requirements. From there you can learn more about what it’s like to be a student by reading their program’s length, curriculum, faculty, and campus. You’ll also find important stats like acceptance rates, graduation rates, and NAPLEX pass rates which are important things to consider when you’re talking to the school’s admission teams.
|Number of schools with Dual Degree programs||4|
|Public/State Pharmacy Schools in Georgia||1|
|Private Pharmacy Schools in Georgia||3|
|Georgia Pharmacy School Applicants (estimated):||2,003|
|Schools Requiring B.S Degree||1|
|Number of Pharmacy Schools:||4|
Georgia Pharmacy School Prerequisites
Course requirements and prerequisites for admission are different for every school. If you know you want to attend a pharmacy school in Georgia but aren’t sure if you’ve taken the necessary classes, you’re in luck. Below are the general course requirements for the 4 PharmD programs in Georgia.
|School:||Mercer Univ||Philadelphia College||South University||University of Georgia|
|Biology/ Biological Science:||R||R||R||R|
|English Composition / Writing:||R||R||R||R|
|Communication / Speech (Verbal):||R||R||R|
|Social/ Behavioral Science:||R||R||CR||R|
R=Required, CR=Conditionally Required
Note: The course requirements listed in this chart were compiled in December 2019 and may have changed. Additionally some schools may require more than one class in each subject.
Georgia State Pharmacy School Accreditation
The state of Georgia recognizes the national ACPE accreditation as the standard for the state. ACPE accreditation is public recognition that a professional degree program leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree is judged to meet established qualifications and education standards through initial and subsequent periodic evaluations.
ACPE requires all programs it accredits to meet the expectations of all 25 of ACPE’s accreditation standards. There are currently 4 schools in the state of Georgia that offer the PharmD that are recognized as ACPE-accredited.
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