The Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex offers extensive cutting-edge pharmacy practice opportunities in area hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, extended care facilities and industrial institutions.
TTUHSC's Doctor of Pharmacy program in Dallas/Fort Worth takes advantage of these
opportunities to provide exemplary educational opportunities while instilling in students
the time-tested traditions and values associated with the pharmacy profession.
The DFW campus offers postgraduate training and experiences in diverse areas to prepare for specialty practice and research careers. Exposure to real-world experiences is emphasized at the Dallas / Fort Worth campus so that our students may better understand and can meet the challenges of our ever-evolving profession. MORE
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TTUHSC School of Pharmacy Programs
The Pharm.D. is a four-year professional program, requiring at least two years of pre-professional studies that may be completed at any accredited college or university. The goals of the program are to prepare entry-level pharmacy practitioners, eligible for licensure as a pharmacist in any state, with practice knowledge and skills in drug distribution and control, practice management, and direct patient skills to manage drug therapy and provide therapeutic management of patients as authorized by the Texas State Legislature. MORE
The Pharm.D.-MBA was developed to train the future leaders of the Pharm.D. profession. The Health Organization Management concentration within the MBA program matched what the pharmacy faculty believed were the necessary areas of focus to develop strong leaders in health care organizations. TTUHSC provides a dual-degree approach that integrates both programs into a typical 4-year course of study. MORE
The Residency Programs at the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy are designed to produce well-rounded, independent pharmacists through experiences in clinical practice as well as teaching, basic clinical research, and professional activities. All of our residency programs are ASHP-accredited, and therefore emphasize the development of pharmacy practice skills to improve patient care, advance practice and improve patient care, develop leadership and management skills, enhance teaching skills, and the dissemination of knowledge. MORE
TTUHSC School of Pharmacy Continuing Education Division exists to serve the educational needs of practicing pharmacists and pharmacy technicians nationwide. The Mission of the Division of Continuing Education is to produce quality CPE programs that enhance the knowledge and skills of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians through knowledge, application and practice based programs. MORE
Experiential Programs Office is to develop quality pharmacy practice experiences that empower students to integrate and apply knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values introduced in the classroom through successful partnerships with preceptors and practice sites, and to enhance the preceptor/student experience through ongoing precepting and training initiatives. MORE
This is a TTUHSC integrated program in biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences research. The Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences offers students a diverse education covering areas such as Brain and Vascular Pharmacology, Cancer and Endocrine Physiology and Pharmacology. Drug Delivery and Formulation. Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism, Immunology. Drug Discovery, and Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection. MORE
Our graduate program in Biotechnology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is a unique, multiple-disciplinary program designed to engage and excite our students to help make discoveries that change the health of humankind in addition to providing an exceptional education in a collegial environment. MORE
Partnerships in the Community
Our students fulfill their experiential requirements in local retail pharmacy settings, through the school’s time-tested partnerships and through our more affiliations with some of DFW’s largest health care providers, including Cook Children’s Medical Center, Harris-Methodist Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital.
In the event of an emergency, the campus specific page will be updated with information about the nature of the incident, how to remain safe and, after the event, the point at which safety has been restored.