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The aim of the CEU Graduate School is the development of intellectual independence and leadership through the cultivation of scientific, critical, and creative faculties of the mind and the promotion of expertise in research.
The various fields of specialization provide intensive training for professional workers in specific areas; seek to develop leaders and executives through in-depth studies, fieldwork, and research; and promote an integrated understanding of the person’s place in society.
Doctor of Pharmacy
Six Year Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
A 6-year course leading to Doctor of Pharmacy which requires completion of 308 units of formal course work. Completion of a total of 960 hours of internship in community, hospital pharmacy, manufacturing pharmacy and major internship and 36 units of pharmacy practice experience in clinical and drugstore setting on rotation sites effective SY 2010-2011.
2 Year Post Baccalaureate Degree Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
A 2-year post baccalaureate course leading to Doctor of Pharmacy which requires completion of 50 units of formal course work and 36 units of pharmacy practice experience in clinical setting on rotation sites effective SY 2005-2006.