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PharmD

Academic concentrations have direct connections with clinical partner sites

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Belmont's PharmD program offers specialized concentrations that enhance the traditional pre-professional preparation in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice that you won’t find anywhere else. Students can concentrate their studies in advanced pharmacotherapy, health informatics, management and public health & mission.

  • Advanced Pharmacotherapy:
    Explore a variety of ambulatory care sites like Vanderbilt Medical Center, Saint Thomas West Hospital, and Rolling Hills Hospital, to community & independent pharmacies, and clinics. Belmont’s relationship with HCA provides our pharmacy students with connections to practice sites and job placement after graduation.


  • Public Health & Missions:
    Students have the opportunity to explore work with patients across a myriad of populations, backgrounds and income levels at Siloam Family Health Center and The Next Door, an addiction treatment center—supporting Belmont University’s aim to be radical champions for all.

  • Management:
    P4 students can serve as the staff pharmacist on rotation at Belmont’s own on-campus pharmacy. We are just one of several PharmD programs in the U.S. to offer an embedded pharmacy. 

Integrated & Progressive Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed to integrate teaching and learning methods that cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

  • Year 1: Your PharmD journey begins with 37 credit hours to provide a solid foundation of knowledge with theory focused lectures designed to develop content mastery.
  • Years 2-3: Coursework complements and extends the first-year experience with more small-group seminars to increase team-based learning with therapeutic case studies. In year two, you’ll begin focus on a specific concentration to start your hands-on pharmacy experience.

The curriculum becomes more focused on individualized instruction and assessment through active learning. Students demonstrate and grow their critical-thinking, clinical expertise, mature communication skills and problem-solving abilities. Through gradually escalating levels of responsibility and with the guidance of experienced mentors, you will acquire the knowledge and skills to become a confident and caring professional.

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