There is a Difference in a Duquesne Pharmacist.

Welcome Class of 2024!

We're very excited to welcome you into the School of Pharmacy family–joining over 1,000 student pharmacists and a network of over 6,000 alumni. We all are living in a time of uncertainty, but please know this time will pass, and you will start your next exciting chapter with people committed to your success.

We know you can't be on campus right now, but you can connect with people here to learn more about what makes a difference in a Duquesne pharmacist.

We will be hosting several Live Zoom events to answer questions and welcome you to Duquesne!

  • Thursday, June 25, 2020 – 3 p.m.

If you have any questions in the meantime, just reach out. We are here for you and look forward to helping you.

Meet Current Pharmacy Students

Choosing a college can be tough, and we hope you'll get to know us a little better as you make your final decision.

 

About the School of Pharmacy

Founded in 1925 under Dean Hugh C. Muldoon, nearly 100 percent of Duquesne student pharmacists have gained immediate placement in employment and advanced studies for more than two decades and have been given preferred status by pharmacy employers.

The School's facilities now include Bayer Learning Hall (including a state-of-the-art facilities that promote active learning), an entire floor of Richard King Mellon Hall, and a modern pharmaceutical technology and management laboratory.

What Can a Pharmacist Do?

Pharmacists work in numerous healthcare environments such as:

  • Retail, chain and independent pharmacies
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Managed care organizations
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Colleges and universities
  • Government agencies.

Pharmacists can find the perfect field, location, and hours to fit a desired lifestyle. There is always a need for pharmacists at all times and entrepreneurship opportunities are almost endless.