Prospective Students
Comprehensive Education and Training

Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy student presenting research

One Degree, Five Concentrations

Why UF College of Pharmacy?

The UF College of Pharmacy offers graduate degrees in pharmaceutical sciences, which provide students the opportunity to work with world class, collaborative teams of faculty on innovative and transformative research tackling large-scale problems in pharmaceutical research.

Explore our five research-based departments

Competitive Ph.D. Stipend

$31,000-35,000 The minimum stipend for new Ph.D. students is $31,000, with a minimum of $35,000 for U.S.-trained Pharm.D. graduates.

Full-Time Tuition and Health Insurance The College of Pharmacy provides financial support for Ph.D. students through graduate assistantships and fellowships, which include full-time tuition and health insurance coverage.

Apply by December 1 Offers of admission are considered with the availability of funding, so it is in the applicants best interest to submit the completed application by December 1. No separate application for funding is necessary.


Brandon Warren, Ph.D.

Drug addiction appears to involve abnormally strong learned associations, typified by intrusive memories that often induce drug craving and relapse. Dr. Warren's research at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy endeavors to decode how these drug memories are stored in the brain.

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Fall Webinar Series

This series has passed. Please check back for recordings of all sessions from our Fall Webinar Series.

Oct. 6th, 4 P.M.

Overview of Graduate Programs

Join members of the graduate faculty and staff as we provide an overview of the Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program and each of the five concentrations. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions directly to faculty in your field of interest and find out more about pursuing your graduate education in the Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Oct. 13th, 4 P.M.

Research Opportunities

What kind of research is happening at the UF College of Pharmacy? Take a more in-depth look into the ongoing research projects by some of our graduate faculty and students. Faculty members will answer your questions about their research and how you can get involved.

Oct. 20th, 4 P.M.

Application and Admissions Process

What does the Admissions Committee look for, and how does a good application become a great one? Our support staff explains the graduate admissions process at UF, including upcoming deadlines and tips for submitting a competitive application. 

Oct. 27th, 4 P.M.

Diversity and Inclusion Opportunities

STEM is for everyone.  Learn more about our diverse student community and how the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion impacts the Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program.

Nov. 3rd, 4 P.M.

Hear the Graduate Student Perspective

A good graduate program is one where you feel connected to your peers. Current graduate students join us to talk about their experiences in the Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program and at UF. Ask students questions that only they can answer, and get the inside scoop on what it’s like to be a Gator!

Nov. 10th, 4. P.M.

Application and Admissions Process

Did you miss the first Admissions Q&A session, or just have more questions? We’re offering another chance to ask questions about the graduate program, the application process or anything else that you want to know about the UF College of Pharmacy!