In the design of the Concordia University Wisconsin Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.), Master of Product Development (MPD), and Pharmacy Residency (PGY1) programs, students are our number one priority. With a 10-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, faculty and staff pride themselves on an open-door policy and collaborative atmosphere that puts students and teaching first.
You’ll learn in state of the art education facilities. You’ll also help real people in the real world. Our location offers tremendous opportunity for experiences in hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies throughout Southeastern Wisconsin and the rest of the state.
Concordia is Considered Among the Top Pharmacy Schools by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy!
We’re honored that our CUW Doctor of Pharmacy degree program was awarded AACP’s Award for Excellence in Assessment of student learning outcomes. See how we assess student learning.
Find the right path for you:
Pharm.D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) Degree
The entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program prepares students for licensure as a pharmacist. We prepare pharmacy practitioners who are dedicated to advancing patient-centered pharmaceutical care in teaching, research, service, and practice in Wisconsin and throughout the country.Explore CUW Pharm.D.
Master of Product Development (MPD) Degree
We developed our innovative Master of Pharmaceutical/Chemical Product Development (MPD) degree to give you the real-world skills you’ll need to thrive in an ever-changing field. That’s why we teamed up with local industry leaders in pharmaceuticals and chemical product development to design and teach our classes.MPD Program Details
Residency (PGY1) Program
Our Pharmacy Residency program (PGY1) aims to be the premier program in the country in preparing academic ambulatory care pharmacy practitioners, with a specific focus on urban underserved practice settings in the Milwaukee area.Pharmacy Residency Information
Current and Prospective Preceptors
Concordia University Wisconsin preceptors, or clinical instructors, are invaluable teaching resources to our students. See requirements, benefits, and training to become a preceptor at the CUW School of Pharmacy.Preceptor Information