Pharmacy’s role in the American health care system is changing—and STLCOP is helping to lead that change. As a pharmacist, you’ll still be an integral part of patient health teams, providing medication expertise that will ensure patients properly and safely use their medications. You’ll make good use of the rigorous undergraduate and professional coursework that STLCOP requires. But you’ll be prepared as well to serve as the community resource our evolving profession needs. During your years at STLCOP, you’ll learn how to build trusting relationships with your patients. You’ll acquire the expertise and sense of commitment you need to be someone who others turn to for advice and answers to questions about the safe way to take both prescription and over-the-counter medications. In short, you’ll learn the best way for you to make a difference.View the gallery
Pharmacists are an integral part of the American health care system team. They’re the medication experts, working to ensure that patients receive the proper drug therapy and know how to properly use their medicines.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy provides students with undergraduate and professional coursework and experiences which enable them to take on that vital role in today’s fast-changing health care industry. Our Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree prepares our students for successful and satisfying careers.
In short, pharmacists make an enormous difference—to patients and to communities in which they live and work. Find out more at the resources below.
- American Pharmacists Association
- National Association of Chain Drug Stores
- U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
- American Society of Health System Pharmacists
- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- National Community Pharmacists Association