There are many career paths for graduates of a Doctor of Pharmacy program. The APhA Career Pathways program is a tool that is used by students to identify their areas of interest and skill within the profession. Workshops will be incorporated throughout the curriculum to assist you through the decision making process and expose you to the various options within the Pharmacy profession. Career Panels are also incorporated into the Pharmaceutical Skills curriculum to provide you exposure to the different careers within pharmacy. Our Career Counseling services also include CV development, a 3rd year Career Fair, mock interviews, and Residency preparation.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a form of open tutoring for professional-level students that is directly shaped by the needs of the students. SI provides a twice-weekly dedicated time and space for students which can be utilized for small group studying or individual studying, with a tutor available, if needed. This allows students the opportunity to incorporate SI into their busy schedules, as well as arrive at the session with individualized questions for the tutor based on their current needs.
In addition to SI, small group and individual tutoring are offered through the College. Please contact the Director of Student Services for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Student Affairs and Assessment also offers individual guidance for study skills, stress management, test anxiety, and time management strategies.