The Pursuit of Excellence

Our mission is to educate competent and compassionate pharmacists who are dedicated to whole person care as integral members of a healthcare team. We pursue excellence in teaching, service, research and clinical care in honor of Jesus Christ.

PharmD Program

The School of Pharmacy offers exceptional academic training and develops competent, compassionate pharmacists whose professionalism integrates the physical, mental, social, and spiritual dimensions of health.

Admission Requirements

We encourage you to carefully review the pre-requisites and courses required by our school’s Admissions Committee prior to applying. Volunteer or paid pharmacy work experience is highly recommended.

Residency Programs

Choose from more than a dozen options for your four elective rotations, including pediatrics, oncology, transplant and emergency medicine. Our residency program offers you an engaging and diverse clinical experience at Loma Linda University Medical Center.

School News

Get the latest news and updates happening at the School of Pharmacy.

The Capsule

Stay in the know about what’s happening at the School of Pharmacy with The Capsule, our school’s official magazine featuring student highlights, faculty news and alumni updates.

Contact Us

For more information regarding our campus, programs or admission process, please contact our School of Pharmacy.

 
 

Quick Facts

75

Average Class Size

24

Participants in 2017-2018 International Mission Trips

710

Annual Community Service Interactions

907

Number of Graduates

Why Loma Linda University?

Why Loma Linda University?

Our fully integrated, faith-based environment offers you exceptional academic training with a focus on the physical, mental, social and spiritual dimensions of health. You will serve as an integral member of a health care team committed to whole person care.

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Curriculum

Curriculum

We offer students a full-time, four-year professional program leading to the PharmD degree. Our curriculum follows best education practices and evaluation set by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education.

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