The mission of South College School of Pharmacy is to prepare pharmacy students to be proficient practitioners who deliver team oriented, patient care with advocacy and compassion to diverse populations. The School of Pharmacy achieves its mission through commitment to excellence in education, scholarly activity including research, service, and patient care.
The Doctor of Pharmacy program of the South College School of Pharmacy was awarded Candidate accreditation status by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) during the January 16-20, 2013 meeting of the ACPE Board of Directors.
The School of Pharmacy offers an accelerated, three-year PharmD curriculum unique to pharmacy education in Tennessee. The PharmD program is designed to provide students with a curriculum and learning environment that prepares them to become effective practitioners and leaders in a dynamic healthcare profession.
Our West Knoxville campus is equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms and advanced instructional technology tools, along with faculty research and student compounding laboratories. Our faculty members are nationally recognized experts in teaching, research and practicing pharmacy. The School of Pharmacy is also supported by robust healthcare institutions and pharmacies in the Knoxville and surrounding area where students learn alongside dedicated healthcare professionals.
Pharmacy student candidates interested in applying to the South College School of Pharmacy are encouraged to submit their applications through PharmCAS, the national pharmacy school application site at www.pharmcas.org. The deadline for submitting an application for the 2015 cycle is March 2, 2015.
For immediate information about the School of Pharmacy, please contact the School of Pharmacy Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 865-288-5871.
* Amounts for tuition, fees, books, and supplies are subject to change. The information included here is estimated for a full-time student. *
South College's West campus Auditorium will be the site of a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 17th, to discuss the problem of bullying.