School of Arts and Sciences | Pharmacy Possible Careers
Pharmacists are in demand both nationally and regionally, where Cleveland serves a large healthcare market centered around the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and University Hospitals of Cleveland. The UT College of Pharmacy has a 90% on-time graduation rate and a 100% placement rate for its graduates.
Graduates with Pharm.D. degrees can help fill the national shortage of pharmacists projected for the next several decades of the 21st century. Those with BSPS degrees can begin careers in pharmaceutical research or pharmaceutical sales and management. BSPS graduates are also attractive candidates for medical schools and graduate schools in biomedical sciences.