Doctor of Pharmacy at South University

Earn your Pharm.D. in our 3-Year accelerated program*

The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program at South University is an accelerated 3-year program that can help you pursue a career in pharmacy more quickly than 4-year programs. At South University, our program is designed with both your personal and professional development in mind.

About Our Program

Located in Savannah, GA
The Savannah campus has 42,000 sq. ft. dedicated specifically to the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
Small Campus Environment
With a concentrated student body at the Savannah campus, you won’t get lost in the crowd like at a large university.
Student to Faculty Ratio
Benefit from not only a small campus feel, but faculty that fully support you with a 10.7:1 student to teacher ratio for the Pharmacy program.
Positive Career Outlook

The US News and World report has ranked a Pharmacist as the #22 Best Health Care Jobs of 2019

ACPE Accredited

South University‚Äôs Doctor of Pharmacy program in Savannah, GA, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education 190 S LaSalle ST #2850; Chicago, IL 60603; 312-664-3575; 
www.acpe-accredit.org.

Hear What Our Students and Faculty Have to Say

Kirsten Boggs-Mock, Doctor of Pharmacy, Class of 2019
Erin Dalton, Pharm.D., Asst. Professor, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice

South Unviersity School of Pharmacy in the News

Students Select School of Pharmacy Award Winners

Get to know the faculty members our Pharmacy students selected for awards this year and see what makes them stand out as instructors and preceptors!

Read More

Pharmacy Student Mia Turner Selected for Rotation with CDC

Discover how South University, Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) student, Mia Turner, secured a pharmacy rotation with the CDC.

Read More

Where Can a Pharmacy Degree Take You?

Discover the wealth of potential career opportunities a pharmacy degree may offer.

Read More

Get Started Today!

Upon completion of this form, you will receive a personalized website with links to up-to-date program information, PharmCAS requirements, and details regarding your application status.