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Accreditation

Accreditation

ACPE’s standards for accreditation are extremely high, as they should be, given that pharmacists are charged with the responsibility of public safety. I’m obviously thrilled that we have the trust of the Council." - Dean Johnston

Belmont University College of Pharmacy maintains Full Accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 135 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 4100 , Chicago , IL 60603-4810, 312/644-3575; FAX 312/664-4652, web site http://www.acpe-accredit.org.

ON-TIME GRADUATION RATES

Class of 2014
74 students were admitted in 2010 as the class of 2014
67 students graduated on time (91%)
1 student graduated one semester later than originally scheduled (1%)
5 students graduated one year later than originally scheduled (7%)
1 student withdrew from the program (1%)

NAPLEX PASSING RATES FOR FIRST ATTEMPTS

Calendar Year 2014
70 candidates took the exam for the first time
68 candidates passed the exam (97%)

EMPLOYMENT/RESIDENCY SUCCESS

Class of 2015
69 graduates
29 working in retail pharmacy (42%)
1 working in institutional pharmacy (1%)
19 accepted to a residency (28%)
2 in fellowships (3%)
5 employed in other settings (7%)
12 unknown (17%)

Class of 2014
72 graduates
39 working in retail pharmacy (54%)
5 working in institutional pharmacy (8%)
20 accepted to a residency (25%)
4 employed in other settings (6%)
5 unknown (7%)

Class of 2013
66 graduates
32 working in retail pharmacy (48%)
5 working in institutional pharmacy (8%)
17 accepted to a residency (24%)
3 employed in other settings (5%)
9 unknown (13%)