Michigan Pharmacy School Programs
Why Study Pharmacy in Michigan?
When it comes to Pharmacy school, Michigan has some great options. Whether you’re a Michigan resident or looking to move to the North East 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 Michigan
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Michigan Online Pharmacy School
Researching and comparing online pharmacy schools can be a tedious task. Thankfully, Pharmacy School Finder puts all of the information you need to find the ideal online pharmacy school at your fingertips. Get started researching online pharmacy schools available to Michigan students today by browsing through our helpful online pharmacy school database.
Ferris State University College of Pharmacy is a public university in the city of Big Rapids. First year tuition for in-state and out-of-state students is $26,688. The program can be completed in 3-4 years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA or M.P.H. Ferris State University College of Pharmacy does not participate in the Early Assurance Program and does not require a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is a public university in the city of Ann Arbor. First year tuition for in-state students is $31,892, and $37,528 for out-of-state students. The program can be completed in 4 years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a MBA, M.P.H. or Ph.D. University of Michigan College of Pharmacy does not participate in the Early Assurance Program and does not require a bachelor's degree. (learn more)
Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is a public university in the city of Detroit. First year tuition for in-state students is $24,686, and $50,004 for out-of-state students. The program can be completed in 3-4 years, and they offer a dual degree program where you can also earn a Ph.D. Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 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 - 143|
Average First Year Tuition
|Out of State Tuition First Year - $38,073|
Average Pharmacist Salary
|Number of in Graduates (2017) - 302|
Michigan Admission Requirements
Getting into a PharmD program comes with many choices. In Michigan 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.
Michigan Pharmacy School Info and Requirements
|Number of schools with Dual Degree programs||3|
|Public/State Pharmacy Schools in Michigan||3|
|Private Pharmacy Schools in Michigan||0|
|Michigan Pharmacy School Applicants (estimated):||940|
|Schools Requiring B.S Degree||0|
|Number of Pharmacy Schools:||3|
Michigan 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 Michigan but aren’t sure if you’ve taken the necessary classes, you’re in luck. Below are the general course requirements for the 3 PharmD programs in the state.
|School:||Ferris State University||University of Michigan||Wayne State University|
|Biology/ Biological Science:||R||R||R|
|English Composition / Writing:||R||R||R|
|Communication / Speech (Verbal):||R||R|
|Social/ Behavioral Science:||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.
Michigan State Pharmacy School Accreditation
The state of Michigan 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 3 schools in the state of Michigan that offer the PharmD that are recognized as ACPE-accredited.
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