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Be a trusted healer in your community. Be a successful professional. Be a pharmacist. As a pharmacist, your power is in everyday conversations. Whether you’re responsible for bedside treatment of patients in the emergency room or hospital, making sure the dosage of the medications being prescribed to children is safe or communicating with pet owners about how medications should be administered to their animals, you're answering vital questions.

Whatever a patient needs, your ability to answer them improves not only their individual health outcomes but the long-term health of every other community they interact with. And when you earn your Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Regis University, you will be uniquely qualified to be the professional your patients need. With the support of small classes, faculty mentors invested in preparing competent, compassionate pharmacists and a Team-Based Learning approach, you will perfect both the practical skills and the human touch you need to positively influence lives through medicine.


    As a pharmacist, you do more than fill a prescription. You help patients know how to safely and confidently use the medications they need to live their best lives. You help them stay compliant with proper medication usage, reassure them of their prescription’s effectiveness and remain a vital resource that members of your community can turn to as they go through their individual healing journeys.

    When you choose to earn your Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Regis, you join a collaborative learning community led by expert mentors who will use their own decades of experience to help you move forward in your career.

    How Will You Build Your Story?

    Explore our pharmacy programs to find out.

    What Sets Regis Pharm.D. Graduates Apart

    Honing your skills in Regis University’s School of Pharmacy gives you a unique edge:

    • 90% NAPLEX pass rate for 2021 graduates (compared to 85% national average)1
    • $128,710 National Median Salary for Pharmacists in 2020, Bureau of Labor Statistics2
    • 65% residency match rate for the classes of 2015-2020 (equal to national average)3 1, 2, 3 Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook: Pharmacists.

    Your Dose of Excellence

    As you pursue your Pharm.D. degree at Regis, you will hone the skills you already possess and pick up new tools along the way, all to become the pharmacist your teams and communities will need – someone who is not only capable, but a health care professional they can trust, and who is dedicated to helping them improve their health. As you progress, Regis will be with you every step of the way. Our dedicated faculty will guide you through our Team-Based Learning approach, which breaks away from the traditional lecture format, instead focusing on teaching courses and concepts through experiential opportunities that tie together biological, pharmaceutical and clinical sciences in the context of disease management. Working with your peers in this setting, you will help each other hone critical thinking and communication skills that will set you apart in the health care field, while also gaining insights from other successful graduates of Regis’ pharmacy programs. You'll work directly with patients and will eventually graduate as a pharmacist with refined skills and a strong professional character built up by an education that focuses on care for the whole person.

    • Gain hands-on experience by completing advanced practice pharmacy rotations locally, nationally and internationally through Regis’ experiential learning partnerships.
    • Join the ranks of Regis alumni working as emergency medicine pharmacists, pediatric pharmacist, veterinary pharmacist, medical science liaison, poison control pharmacist, nuclear pharmacist and more.
    • Become an expert pharmacist in a program accredited by Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).


    Faculty Spotlight

    Dr. Katie Tuck, Ph.D.

    Dr. Katie Tuck, Pharm.D. is a clinical psychiatric pharmacist who teaches mental health topics in the School of Pharmacy. She is board certified in psychiatric pharmacy and in pharmacotherapy. She is particularly interested in substance use disorders, trauma and stressor-related disorders, and disparities in mental health care. She practices as a clinical psychiatric pharmacist at West Pines Behavioral Health, where she also precepts pharmacy students. Her goal as an educator is to encourage students to be compassionate as well as competent. She hopes to prepare students to be empathetic and passionate in their care for patients by modeling this care and by demonstrating care of the whole patient. She believes that student exposure to complex factors such as race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status and religion is crucial to understanding a person’s health status and formulating a treatment plan. Tuck is passionate about caring for marginalized populations and hopes to pass this passion to the future generations of pharmacists.

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