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Omaha PharmD Pathway

Entry-Level PharmD Program in Omaha

Since 1905, the pharmacy program has allowed students to earn their degree with innovative study in a full-time, traditional campus setting in Omaha.

On-Campus Education

In the Omaha PharmD pathway, students attend classes on campus and expand their knowledge using the latest pharmaceutical technology in our modern pharmacy skills labs.

Our pharmacy students often work with community partners, and Omaha service opportunities include:  

  • Shoo the Flu Clinic 
  • One World Clinic
  • Women’s Night Health Fair 
  • Indigenous Peoples Health Fair
  • Youth Emergency Services
  • Magis Clinic 

PharmD Curriculum

The PharmD curriculum at Creighton focuses on the skills, knowledge and values needed for patient-focused care. It’s designed to help students learn new skills and then build on them.

Graduates will be able to effectively provide care in collaboration with patients, prescribers, other healthcare providers and the community based upon sound therapeutic principles, evidence-based data and research.

Pharmcist talking with patient

Tuition & Financial Aid

The Doctor of Pharmacy costs vary over the four years of the program.

The majority of incoming PharmD students are awarded scholarships. Awards range up to $100,000 for the duration of the program, awarded annually over the four years of the program. All admitted candidates will automatically be considered for scholarships.

Experiential Learning

Students can complete pharmacy practice learning activities within real-world pharmacy settings as part of the curriculum.

Activities typically begin as an introduction to pharmacy practice during the first three years (IPPEs) and progress to higher levels of practice as students complete advanced experiences (APPEs) during the fourth year.

student preparing meds
students working together in a lab

Interprofessional Education and Practice

At Creighton, you’ll work with other health sciences students to prepare you for a practice that reflects the real world. 

Partnerships with regional and national providers offer you experiential learning opportunities in a variety of professional settings, including community pharmacy, acute pharmaceutical care, in-patient hospital, outpatient clinic and drug information.  

In addition, over 30 elective/specialty clinical rotations let you pursue interests in such areas as pediatrics, psychiatry, oncology and more. You may also choose a clinical experience in the Dominican Republic. 

Improving Patient Care Through Innovative Centers

Center for Medication Therapy Management  

The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions was the first school to partner with AdhereHealth to establish a remote site for student pharmacists and first-year residents to provide medication therapy management services. At this center, students develop an array of skills, including comprehensive medication review, patient education, written and verbal communication skills and assessment and documentation of services and therapy.  

Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice  

The center offers a wide range of unbiased, timely information consultations to pharmacists nationwide. These consultations allow pharmacists to make informed decisions about dosing, drug interactions, adverse drug reactions, therapeutic reviews and recommendations.

ILAC center

International Pharmacy Opportunities

Creighton pharmacy students have opportunities to provide healthcare services to underserved communities globally.

The ILAC Summer Program is a faith-based service-learning trip with a team of dentists, physicians and nurses providing care in rural areas of the Dominican Republic.


Applications are processed through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS).

Contact Us

Office of Admission 
Criss III, Rm. 151