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The Harding College of Pharmacy values relationship, community, and the development of Christian scholarship.
Our pharmacy program aligns with the mission of the University: To provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals.
The College of Pharmacy offers a four-year program of study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. The four-year program consists of three years comprised of a combination of didactic instruction and early pharmacy practice experiences, followed by a fourth year comprised entirely of advanced pharmacy practice experiences. There is an emphasis on the integration of faith, learning and living, the development of Christian scholarship, the promotion of Christian ethics, and the promotion of citizenship within a global perspective through participation in mission efforts.
Admission to the College of Pharmacy requires the completion of pre-pharmacy courses as described on the pharmacy admissions page.
About the College of Pharmacy
Learn a little bit more about why Harding's College of Pharmacy is the right fit for you.
For decades, Harding University has been viewed as a crossroads of the United States and the world with 49 states and more than 44 foreign countries being represented in its student body. The University maintains international programs for undergraduates based in Florence, Italy; London, England; Brisbane, Australia; Athens, Greece; Viña del Mar, Chile; and France/Switzerland. Additionally, the University provides sponsorship, support and encouragement for countless Christian service projects, including evangelistic and medical missions, disaster relief and aid to the disadvantaged. The merging of such diverse experiences and knowledge generates a distinctive educational environment. This multicultural atmosphere with an emphasis on liberty and justice will result in the development of Christian servants who possess an understanding of and respect for other cultures.
Harding University College of Pharmacy seeks to attract applicants from across the country and to become a nationally competitive pharmacy program. Special consideration is given to those applicants who have attended Harding or other church of Christ-affiliated institutions, but all applicants are evaluated on their own merits.