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College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences educates the leaders of tomorrow in the health and wellness fields through innovative doctoral programs. Our highly personal educational experience prepares students to be active participants in their role of "Pharmacy Educators" or “Occupational Therapy Leaders,” who are focused on the future of their professions.

Our cross-disciplinary approach to teaching ensures that you will be educated in the theoretical and practical aspects of your discipline, yet we also promote the development of leadership, professionalism, advocacy, and a commitment to community service. Modeling these ideals is a faculty composed of compassionate practitioners, learned scholars, and caring mentors who teach in our state-of-the-art facilities.

Leveraging the broad-based offerings of the University, we are also able to offer combined degrees in collaboration with the College of Business for Pharmacy learners who see their future in leadership roles. 

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News

Follow the accomplishments of our learners, students, and faculty through news and events happening at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

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White Coat Ceremony Welcomes Class of 2021

The White Coat Ceremony was held on August 28, 2017 and celebrated the official welcome of learners into the pharmacy community at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program Welcomes First Class

Students enrolled in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program inaugural class of 2020 have arrived! It is the only entry-level OTD program in western Massachusetts and has attracted students from across the U.S.

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Community Care Centers

Our Pharmacy Community Care Centers provide one-on-one healthcare consultation and wellness to employees of the University and the community.

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Healthy U

Join us for this new public lecture series focused on topics important to our community. From chemicals in our environment to the opioid epidemic to fall prevention (OT), the series presents lectures focused on "What every body needs to know for a healthier you."

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College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy
413-796-2113