For fiscal year 2014-15, national mean reported pharmacy school revenues were $28.0 million and median revenues were $18.9 million. The top reported source of revenue was tuition and fees.
For fiscal year 2014-15, national mean reported pharmacy school expenditures were $19.7 million and median expenditures were $13.9 million. The top reported expenditure category was non-capital operational expenditures.
First professional degree enrollment ranged from 32 to 2,031 students per college or school in fall 2015.
Total first professional degree enrollment was 63,460 in fall 2015.
The number of students already holding a B.S. in pharmacy and enrolled in Pharm.D. programs was 936 in fall 2015.
Of the total number of students enrolled in first professional degree programs for fall 2015, 61.4 percent were women and 13.6 percent were underrepresented minority students.
Professional student pharmacist enrollments decreased slightly compared to fall 2014. Enrollments in fall 2015 decreased 0.7 from the previous year.
Attrition estimates (tracking enrollees through to graduation) over the past five years have averaged 10.8 percent per class.
Total fall 2015 full-time graduate student enrollment was 4,421 (3,294 students in Ph.D. programs and 1,127 in M.S. programs). Women accounted for 49.8 percent of full-time graduate students. U.S.-educated pharmacists made up 10.3 percent of the total full-time Ph.D. enrollment for whom source of degree were reported.
In 2014-15, 13,994 first professional degrees in pharmacy were awarded: 61.6 percent to females and 39.4 percent to males. In addition, 273 post-B.S. Pharm.D. degrees were awarded.
In 2014-15, 561 Ph.D. degrees were awarded (55.6 percent to males, 44.4 percent to females), representing a 0.7 percent decrease from 2013-2014. M.S. degrees awarded decreased 7.1 percent from 775 in 2013-14 to 720 (45.3 percent to males, 54.7 percent to females) in 2014-2015.
Sources: AACP's institutional, faculty and student databases track on an annual basis the status of pharmacy's academic enterprise. Data in "Academic Pharmacy's Vital Statistics" are reflective of the Association's Profile of Pharmacy Faculty and Profile of Pharmacy Students.
The following inventory represents accredited programs that have student enrollments at 138 U.S. colleges and schools of pharmacy. To ascertain the current accreditation status of each program, contact the individual college or school, or the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 135 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, Illinois 60603. Telephone: 312-664‑3575.
Pharm.D. as first professional degree (138):
Auburn University (AL)Samford University (AL)Midwestern University/Glendale (AZ)Arizona, The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, University of Harding University (AR)California Health Sciences UniversityCalifornia Northstate UniversityChapman University (CA)Keck Graduate Institute (CA)Loma Linda University (CA)Marshall B. Ketchum University (CA)*Touro University California (CA)University of California, San DiegoUniversity of California, San FranciscoPacific, University of the (CA) Southern California, University of West Coast University (CA)Western University of Health Sciences (CA)Regis University (CO)Colorado, University of University of Saint Joseph (CT)Connecticut, University of Howard University (DC) Florida A&M UniversityLarkin Health Sciences Institute (FL)*Nova Southeastern University (FL)Palm Beach Atlantic University (FL) Florida, University ofSouth Florida, University ofMercer University (GA)Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine School of Pharmacy - Georgia Campus (GA)South University (GA) Georgia, The University ofHawaii at Hilo, University of (HI)Idaho State University Chicago State University (IL)Midwestern University/Downers Grove (IL)Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (IL)Roosevelt University (IL)Southern Illinois University EdwardsvilleIllinois at Chicago, University ofButler University (IN)Manchester College (IN)Purdue University (IN)Drake University (IA) Iowa, The University of Kansas, The University of Kentucky, University of Sullivan University (KY)Louisiana at Monroe, The University ofXavier University of LouisianaHusson University (ME)New England, University of (ME)Notre Dame of Maryland University (MD)Maryland, University ofMaryland Eastern Shore, University ofMCPHS University-Boston (MA)MCPHS University-Worcester (MA)Northeastern University (MA)Western New England University (MA)Ferris State University (MI)Michigan, University of Wayne State University (MI) Minnesota, University of Mississippi, The University of St. Louis College of Pharmacy (MO)Missouri-Kansas City, University of Montana, The University of Creighton University (NE) Nebraska Medical Center, University of Roseman University of Health Sciences (NV)Fairleigh Dickinson Univeristy (NJ)Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (NJ)New Mexico, The University ofD'Youville College (NY)Long Island University (NY) St. John Fisher College (NY)St. John’s University (NY)Touro College of Pharmacy - New YorkUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New York (NY) Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (NY)Campbell University (NC) High Point University (NC)*North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Wingate University (NC)North Dakota State UniversityCedarville University (OH)Northeast Ohio Medical UniversityOhio Northern UniversityThe Ohio State University Cincinnati, University of (OH)Findlay, The University of (OH)Toledo, The University of (OH)Southwestern Oklahoma State UniversityOklahoma, The University of Oregon State UniversityPacific University OregonDuquesne University (PA) Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (PA)University of the Sciences (PA) Temple University (PA) Pittsburgh, University of (PA) Thomas Jefferson University (PA)Wilkes University (PA)Puerto Rico, University of Rhode Island, The University of Presbyterian College (SC)South Carolina College of Pharmacy#South Dakota State UniversityBelmont University (TN)East Tennessee State UniversityLipscomb University (TN)South College (TN)Union University (TN)Tennessee, The University of Texas A&M Health Science CenterTexas Southern University Texas Tech University Health Sciences CenterHouston, University of (TX) Incarnate Word, University of the (TX)North Texas, University ofTexas at Austin, The University of Texas at Tyler, The University of Utah, The University of Hampton University (VA)Shenandoah University (VA)Appalachian College of Pharmacy (VA) Virginia Commonwealth University Washington, University ofWashington State University Marshall University (WV)Charleston, University of (WV)West Virginia UniversityConcordia University Wisconsin (WI)Wisconsin-Madison, University of Wyoming, University of Lebanese American University
# Medical University of South Carolina and University of South Carolina merged to become the South Carolina College of Pharmacy* Inaugural class anticipated in Fall 2016
Pharm.D. degree as a post-B.S. in pharmacy degree (8)*:
Western University of Health Sciences (CA)Colorado, University of (CO)Howard University (DC)Florida, University ofIdaho State UniversityMCPHS University-BostonCampbell University (NC)Shenandoah University (VA)
*Eight of these schools anticipate offering the Pharm.D. as a post-B.S. in pharmacy degree in Fall 2016
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