The practice-level degree for pharmacists is the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. In order to become a pharmacist in the United States, a student must graduate from an accredited pharmacy program and successfully complete the national and state licensure exams. The Doctor of Pharmacy program at UMKC is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).

Pharmacy is an exciting and challenging profession. Please explore our site to learn more about our program and the variety of career options you can pursue with a Pharm.D. degree.

Curriculum and Registration

Class Schedules and Registration

UMKC Academic Calendar

Pharmacy Class and Final Exam Schedules and Enrollment Instructions are posted on the School of Pharmacy Office of Student Affairs Blackboard in the “Class Schedules” folder.


Curriculum and Related Forms

Curriculum Philosophy (PDF)
Pharm.D. Curricular Outcomes (PDF)
Pharmacy Class Curriculum 2017 (PDF)
Pharmacy Class Curriculum 2018 and Forward (PDF)
Pharmacy Elective Policies & Procedures (PDF)
Pharmacy Electives Options
Directed Individual Study (Word)
Elective Course Audit Form (PDF)
Add/Drop Form