Drug Store News recently ranked Auburn's Harrison School of Pharmacy among the top 25 pharmacy programs in the country.
The national trade magazine listed the top 25 best pharmacy programs in the country to help hiring managers find the right pharmacists for specific retail environments, the University said in a news release. The top programs are all accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
“Being recognized as one of the top 25 pharmacy schools in the country is a testament to the hard work of our students, faculty
Hansen said he believes Auburn offers one of the best student experiences in the country and a new "Practice-Ready Curriculum" adds to that.
"Auburn and the Harrison School of Pharmacy have always been on the cutting edge of pharmacy education and this curriculum continues that trend as we prepare our graduates to step right into practice and be successful practitioners," he said.
The Harrison School of Pharmacy — which has locations on Auburn's main campus and in Mobile, Alabama — recently rolled out its new Practice-Ready Curriculum, which reimagines how pharmacists are trained.
The school's mobile location is through a partnership with the University of South Alabama.
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The curriculum is designed around key competencies that every graduating pharmacist must master, and the teaching methods covering those competencies are integrated across all aspects of practice with authentic learning environments and assessments, according to the University.
Students are allowed greater opportunities for
“We believe the Auburn practice-ready graduate will be the
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