Doctor of Pharmacy
- Doctor of Pharmacy Requirements
- Doctor of Pharmacy with Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Emphasis Requirements
- Doctor of Pharmacy with Patient Care Research Emphasis
- Doctor of Pharmacy with Medical Spanish Emphasis
- Doctor of Pharmacy with Entrepreneurial Concentration
- Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Business Administration
Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Business Administration
In collaboration with the Lacy School of Business, the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers the PharmD/MBA dual degree upon simultaneous completion of the respective degree requirements. See website for detailed information.
Pharmacy Licensure and Experience Requirements
To become a licensed pharmacist in Indiana, a person must obtain a passing grade on the North American Pharmacy Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) or, with Pharmacy Board approval, reciprocate an existing license that was obtained through examination in another state. To qualify for the NAPLEX examination, a person must be a graduate of an ACPE-accredited Pharmacy Program, be at least 18 years of age, and be of good moral character. Persons convicted of a felony may not be eligible for licensure in Indiana. To participate in the experiential portion of the curriculum, students are required to submit the results of a background check for felony and/or misdemeanor convictions conducted by an independent agency. Students may be restricted from participating at certain experiential sites as a result of this information.