A KU Pharm.D. provides graduates with diverse career options. Many students go directly into pharmacy practice, while others find rewarding work in hospitals, research universities, or pharmaceutical companies. Select from the career paths below to explore your options.
What can you do with a Pharm.D. Degree?
Prepares customized dosage forms and prescription mediations to meet the needs of individual patients
Provides educational services about medication and drug products to pharmacies, other health care professionals, the pharmaceutical industry and consumers.
Provides information on drug products to doctors, pharmacists, hospitals, and other potential customers
Provides specialized information, guidance, or services to industry
Through independently owned business, provides pharmacy care services to the general population, can offer medication therapy services
Provides pharmacy care services to select patient populations such as prison inmates, home IV services, and individuals in facilities for special needs patients
Through corporate owned pharmacy operations, provides pharmacy care to the general population, can offer medication therapy management services
Provides pharmacy care for hospitalized patients, prepares IV mediation, monitors drug therapy
Provides pharmacy care to patients in long term care facilities