Careers and Outcomes
Be a trusted resource in health care
As a pharmacist, you're a valued member of the health care team and community.
Employers want to hire you.
Pharmacists routinely rank among the highest-paid health care professionals.
Find work right out of school — our graduates have an immediate employment rate of more than 95 percent.
Where do pharmacists work?
More places than just pharmacies. You'll have an array of job opportunities:
- Community pharmacy (independent, chain and retail grocers)
- Hospital pharmacy (specialties, ambulatory care)
- Managed care
- Government and regulatory
- Marketing and sales
- Insurance agencies
An extra asset for your pharmacy career
You don’t need a bachelor’s degree to enroll in the PharmD program, but you can earn one through reverse transfer. A bachelor’s degree increases your salary potential and job opportunities.