PHARMACY

 
 

With the ever-evolving state of health care, the role of pharmacists has expanded beyond the pharmacy counter to ensure patients receive the most comprehensive care possible. Students and faculty at the Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy are committed to improving health care delivery and serving as part of the patients’ health care team, helping to provide more direct, patient-focused care and, ultimately, better patient outcomes.


College of Pharmacy

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Students receive personalized education and training from full-time, dedicated faculty, with a ratio of one faculty member for every nine students, ensuring that each student receives a great deal of individualized attention. The education is instilled with and enhanced by a strong commitment to community service and patient-centered care.

Since its inception, the Rangel College of Pharmacy has focused on responding to community needs, with a reputation for excellence that is reinforced and shaped by our emphasis on collaboration. With more than 170 health care partnerships and the largest clinical instructor network in the state of Texas, the college trains new pharmacists with an appreciation for teamwork and a wide variety of real-world experience.

In addition to training excellent, compassionate and much-needed pharmacists, the Rangel College of Pharmacy is advancing community health and the future of health care through research. With state-of-the-art facilities and research labs, students and faculty are pioneering discoveries to combat health issues that have devastating impacts on the communities they serve.

LOWEST COST OF ATTENDANCE IN THE STATE AND ONE OF THE LOWEST IN THE COUNTRY

RANKED IN THE
TOP 50
BEST GRAD SCHOOLS FOR PHARMACY

U.S. News & World Report

NEARLY
60%
OF OUR GRADUATES PRACTICE IN MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED AREAS

 

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