You’ve committed to obtaining your pharmacy degree and you’re almost ready for the next step. Let APhA help you decide if Residency, Fellowship, or a Graduate Degree program are right for you.
A community pharmacy residency program is a post-graduate advanced training opportunity where you’ll work alongside cutting-edge pharmacists who have developed and implemented patient care services. This opportunity will help you hone your clinical skills and prepare you for a role as a pharmacy leader.
Pharmacy Fellowships can take place in an academia or within a pharmaceutical company. The latter prepares you for a career in industry and gives you the experience of working in various different departments for the purpose gaining knowledge in drug research and development. Academic fellowship focus primarily on research in a specific area of study in an academic setting.
Graduate Degree Programs for Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Graduate programs are available in many areas for the pharmacist looking to further their education and research within a specific discipline. Explore the many resources available to current and potential graduate students. Learn more about postgraduate training.