SU expands online options for pharmacy program

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Shenandoah University’s Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy is expanding it’s Pharm.D. program to include online options to provide flexible options and “on demand” learning for students in the 4 year program.

The new online hybrid pathway will begin this fall.

SU is just one of ten schools in the country offering online Pharm.D. pathways and was the first School of Pharmacy to offer the online option through its nontraditional program.

The university will continue to offer in-person options at the Health Professions Building on the Winchester Medical Center campus of Valley Health.

Students in the online hybrid option will only need to visit Shenandoah 3-5 days twice a semester.

Online students are eligible for the same scholarships and aid offered to in-person students.

The application deadline for all pharmacy pathways for the fall semester is June 1st.

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