Advisors and Students - meet with a College of Pharmacy faculty member (PharmD/pharmacist) - Come to either session!
Session 1 (12-1 PM): Did you know that there are many career opportunities within the profession of pharmacy? Clinical pharmacists may specialize in therapeutic areas such as transplant, oncology, critical care, infectious disease, emergency medicine, mental health, ambulatory care, and more. Pharmacists are key members of the interprofessional healthcare team. Other career opportunities include managed care, pharmacokinetics, sterile and non-sterile compounding, and vast roles within pharmaceutical industry or the FDA. Talk to pharmacy faculty about these roles and learn how students can still apply for 2022-2023 admission to Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science College of Pharmacy in North Chicago, IL.
Session 2 (1-2 PM): Learn about the College of Pharmacy at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL. We are an interprofessional healthcare institution located between the cities of Chicago and Milwaukee next to the Great Lakes Naval Station on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. Our mission is to serve humanity through the interprofessional education of health and biomedical professionals, and the discovery of knowledge dedicated to improving wellness. Our small class sizes in the College of Pharmacy offer an "open door" policy between faculty and students, and we foster a commitment to personal wellness and balance on the journey of lifelong learning. Our values are rooted in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our Student Pharmacists are educated to provide clinical care in many practice settings, pharmacy residencies, pharmaceutical industry, and more. Discuss our exceptional alumni placement and possibilities for undergraduate students. No Bachelor's Degree is required, PCAT waived for qualified students, and applications are still being accepted for 2022-2023 admission.
12-1 PM The Many PharmD Career Pathways
1-2 PM: PharmD Applications and RFUMS