Touro College of Pharmacy

Pharmacists play a vital role in a patient’s healthcare team. At Touro College of Pharmacy, students gain a competitive edge through innovative coursework and a unique curriculum offering a combination of classroom and clinical experience, rare among pharmacy schools. By experiencing nine pharmacy rotations in 54 weeks, students have more opportunity to practice what they learn. They may obtain meaningful elective rotations at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Indian Health Service (IHS), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

While many graduates become community pharmacists or hospital pharmacists, students also pursue exciting careers at pharmaceutical companies, where they can work in marketing, sales or research development, as well as at regulatory agencies and as ambulatory care pharmacists.

Detailed requirements can be found on the TCOP website.

Student Profiles

Zokha Butt

“One of the biggest strengths of TCOP is their tight knit community feeling. The smaller classrooms and the open-door policies of the faculty and deans makes for a comfortable setting.”

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Dylan Kraus in lab with microscope

Dylan Kraus

“Smaller class sizes and the accessibility of the faculty are some of the biggest strengths of the Touro College of Pharmacy.”

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Keara Caughman

“TCOP ensures we understand the many different career options for pharmacists. I never knew how endless the options are for pharmacy until I started here.”

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Hebah Kharoufeh in pharmacy

Hebah Kharoufeh

“Touro provides students with excellent resources to discover what they enjoy most and which path they may want to pursue.”

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