Fall and Spring Open Houses
- Saturday, February 22, 2020, from 9:30 AM to noon
- November 2020: to be scheduled
Located in the heart of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Morris County, New Jersey, has unveiled a dynamic curriculum incorporating technology, a global perspective and a focus on the future of health care.
The time is right for an innovative approach to pharmacy education because revolutionary developments are changing the field. The role of the pharmacist is expanding following health care reform legislation and the advent of personalized medicine. Pharmacists are increasingly charged with roles of medication safety experts, public health officials, scientists, clinicians, communicators, managers, and patient advocates across many areas of the health care community.
Only the second pharmacy school in the state of New Jersey, FDU’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a variety of classroom, lab, and experiential opportunities to meet the learning styles of today’s students and prepare them for exciting and successful careers in the 21st century.
The School’s dynamic program of study integrates the very best practices in pharmacy education today. Students will:
98% of our alumni believe they were well prepared
98% of students said they felt that they received a high-quality education and that the program’s educational experience prepared them well for their post-graduate careers.
92.98% Naplex passing rate
Class of 2019 pass rate for first-time test takers of NAPLEX during the most recent testing period. 84.42% class of 2018 pass rate for first-time test takers of NAPLEX.
The mission of FDU’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is to create a values-based, student-centered learning experience that prepares graduates who are committed to improving the health of individuals and populations through leadership roles in pharmacy practice, healthcare research, and related healthcare fields.
Our vision is to preparing future pharmacists for diverse roles across the health care continuum through a culture of learning, scholarship, innovation, advocacy, and leadership.