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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Eshelman School of Pharmacy

100C Beard Hall, Campus Box 7360
27599, Chapel Hill
United States


To be the preeminent school of pharmacy where leaders in practice, education, and research are developed and nurtured.


To advance health care through innovation and collaboration in pharmacy practice, education, research, and public service.

We will:   
1.    Provide innovative and contemporary educational experiences   
2.    Provide the highest quality educational experiences  
3.    Develop and evaluate progressive practice models   
4.    Create and maintain competitive research programs   
5.    Apply new knowledge that contributes to the economic development of North Carolina   
6.    Recruit, mentor and retain exceptional faculty, staff, and preceptors   
7.    Recruit and mentor exceptional students and trainees who will address the health-care needs of North Carolina.   
8.    Deliver and promote postgraduate education and training for career and leadership development   
9.    Establish and sustain partnerships, collaborations, and strategic alliances   
10.    Embrace and support the network of alumni and professional colleagues across North Carolina   
11.    Provide outreach and service to the citizens of North Carolina and beyond   
12.    Maintain a culture that values diversity   
13.    Foster an environment of creative thought and academic freedom

•    Founded: March 1897.  
•    The only public school of pharmacy in the state of North Carolina and one of the oldest in the nation.   
•    Location: The School is housed in Beard Hall, Kerr Hall, and the Genetic Medicine Building on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.ACCREDITATION   
•    Accredited by the American Council for Pharmacy Education   
•    Member of the American Association of Colleges of PharmacyRANKINGS   
•    Ranked number two among the nation’s doctor of pharmacy programs in U.S. News & World Report magazine’s 2007 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools   
•    Received nearly $25 million in total research funding in 2009, according to AACP data   
•    Received nearly $23 million in funding from the National Institutes of Health and other federal sources in 2009, ranking second among the nation’s pharmacy schools in that area

•    Doctor of pharmacy (PharmD)   
•    Doctor of philosophy in pharmaceutical sciences (PhD)
•    Master of science in health system pharmacy (MS)