Award-winning faculty, small class sizes, and a noteworthy residency rate make the Wegmans School of Pharmacy stand out among its peers.
Three-year average pass rate of the NAPLEX, or North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination, for Wegmans School of Pharmacy graduates. (Pass rates: 2021: 87%; 2020: 87.84%; 2019: 97.37%)
In a typical year, 37 percent of our graduates work in a community pharmacy, 28 percent are participating in a residency or fellowship, 4 percent work in a hospital setting, and 8 percent work in other roles or have not reported.
The percentage of Wegmans School of Pharmacy graduates who engage in a residency or fellowship, based on a three-year average. (2022: 35.29%; 2021: 29.1%; 2020: 35.4%)
Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE) passing rate for Wegmans School of Pharmacy graduates. (Pass rates: 2021: 78%; 2020: 82.26%; 2019: 94.34%)
82.87% of Wegmans School of Pharmacy students graduate within 4 years, based on a three-year average. (2022: 76.36%; 2021: 85.19%; 2020: 87.06%)
Enter the workforce as a licensed pharmacist after obtaining your doctor of pharmacy degree at Fisher’s Wegmans School of Pharmacy.
With a strong foundation in the sciences, the program provides you with necessary clinical and drug-administration skills while emphasizing professionalism, integrity, and diversity. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be prepared to practice in virtually any professional setting.Pharm.D. Program
Fisher Pharm.D. Online, our online Doctor of Pharmacy pathway, shares the same curriculum as our on-campus program. In addition to taking courses online, you will gain field experience by completing clinical rotations at sites near your community. Learn more about Fisher Pharm.D. Online.Online Pharm.D. Program