PHARMACY CAREER PATH
There’s a great peace of mind that comes with going to a university where the faculty is devoted to the student and their development. Life for the student becomes easier and goals are achieved faster. The sense of accomplishment is instilled early. By the time graduation comes, those same devoted professors will be there to see you off to your career. Learn about CSU's Pharmacy Program.
The College of Pharmacy houses leaders in pharmaceutical science and practice. Respectively, these two areas of expertise are also departments within the College of Pharmacy. The mission of the Department of Pharmaceutical Science is to empower students with the foundation of knowledge essential to the professional pharmacy curriculum. On the other side, the mission of the Department of Pharmacy Practice is to prepare and empower pharmacy students and pharmacists to become competent providers of pharmacist care in all practice settings. Here you have two sides of a coin that prepares industry leading professionals on the ever-changing landscape of pharmacy.
With a degree in Pharmacy, your career path can lead to...
- Community Pharmacy
- Nuclear Pharmacy
- Hospital Staff Pharmacist
- Nutrition Support Pharmacy
- Corporate Pharmacy
As you can see, the area of pharmacy is a large and high-demand field. We here at CSU encourage you to do your own research into the field of pharmacy. You may find another career path you’re interested in. Don’t forget to click the button below and fill out the form!
Dr. Yolanda Hardy Ph. D.
An associate professor at Chicago State University’s College of Pharmacy, Dr. Hardy holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio (1999) and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio (2001). Dr. Hardy has held leadership roles within professional and community organizations. She currently serves as Secretary for the National Pharmaceutical Association. She has received a number of awards for her service, the most recent being the Terrence Burroughs Leadership Award from the National Pharmaceutical Association.