- Resident Tuition $35,700
- Non - Resident Tuition $35,700
- Application Fee N/A
- AVG PCAT 61.0
- AVG GPA 3.3
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- College of Pharmacy
- 1900 Belmont Blvd
- Nashville, TN 37212
- United States
Belmont University College of Pharmacy Fast Facts
Belmont University College of Pharmacy is located in the heart of Nashville, widely known as the Health Care Capital of the World with more than 250 health care companies that contribute nearly $30 billion and more than 200,000 jobs to the local economy annually. Nashville is a rising "it" city known for its vibrant music and culture, entrepreneurial spirit and friendliness. Belmont University is ranked among the Top 5 Regional Universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report and has consistently been named as one of the most innovative universities in their annual rankings. Over 7500 students enroll each year at Belmont, including more than 1000 health science students in clinical doctorate, master's and bachelor's programs
Belmont University College of Pharmacy offers five areas of specialized concentrations for students to choose from: - Pharmacotherapy. Provides skills and competencies in direct patient care to collaborate in a team-based approach with doctors, therapists and other healthcare professionals. - Information Management. Prepares for work with data to inform production efficiency, drug interaction, clinical decisions, robotic processing and the pharmaceutical supply chain. - Pharmacy Missions & Public Health. Focuses on how pharmacists help treat underserved populations here in the United States and in third world countries. - Pharmacy Management. Teaches management principles, including quality improvement methods, negotiation and presentation skills, and healthcare economics. - PharmD/MBA Dual Degree. Extends the pharmacy management concentration to a second advanced degree in business administration, attainable through summer study within the four year time frame of the PharmD. Available to those holding a bachelor's degree with separate admission to the MBA program required.
McWhorter Hall, built in 2010, provides state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, simulation rooms, a drug information center and a campus pharmacy within a health sciences complex that supports interprofessional education with other graduate and undergraduate students in family nurse practice, physical therapy, occupational therapy, public health, social work and nursing.