Student Statistics

On-time Graduation Rates
Class Rate
2015 92.45%
2016 77.27%
2017 93.40%


National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NAPLEX) Exam (First-time Candidates)
Class USF COP State National
2015 93.75% 89.78% 92.64%
2016 90.57% 82.13% 85.86%
2017 85.98% 83.78% 87.95%


Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence (MPJE) Exam (First-time Candidates)
Class USF COP In-State State National
2015 90.91% 89.32% 94.35%
2016 75.00% 80.58% 84.74%
2017 81.25% 76.11% 85.20%

Gainful Employment Class of 2015
49 Graduates
Class of 2016
55 Graduates
Class of 2017
111 Graduates
Employment within the profession of pharmacy 30.60% 40.70% 47.00%
Employment outside the profession of pharmacy 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Post-graduate education or residency training 34.70% 25.93% 21.00%
Other/ lost to follow-up
34.70% 33.30% 32.00%


Residency Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Class of 2017
Percent of Students that applied to residency 47% 42% 38%
Percent of Students that did not apply to residency 53% 58% 62%
Residency Match 70% 64% 63%
Non-Match
30% 36% 37%


End of Year Exam Score/Capstone (PY1, PY2, PY3)
Class PY1 PY2 PY3
2015 83.19% 83.94% 80.74%
2016 78.71% 84.12% 79.22%
2017 82.64% 81.54% 85.10%
2018 80.77% 88.11% 85.76%



Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment (PCOA) Exam Results Basic Biomedical Science Pharmaceutical Sciences Social/ Behavioral/ Administrative Pharmacy Science Clinical Science Total Score
National Mean Scale Score 2015 347 358 359 377 361
USF COP Mean Scale Score Class of 2015 304 296 342 327 314
National Mean Scale Score 2016 350 332 336 325 332
USF COP Mean Scale Score Class of 2016 323 325 361 337 334
National Mean Scale Score 2017 348 357 358 368 358
USF COP Mean Scale Score Class of 2017 354 362 384 369 366
  • Scaled scores take into account item difficulty in the major content areas scores range from 0 to 700.
  • Note: Prior to receipt of the 2016 ACPE Standards and Guidelines (S&G) the USF COP administered the PCOA at the start of PY3 fall semester. With implementation of the 2016 S&G administration has been moved to PY3 spring semester.