Graduate School

Doctor of Pharmacy

For information on the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accreditation status of the High Point University School of Pharmacy visit

The following information was developed as a resource for students interested in pursuing a degree in pharmacy. As the program develops, information may change.

As program information comes available, please refer to the School of Pharmacy website for updates and developments.

Carene Kelsey is the Pharmacy graduate staff liaison. If you would like to tour campus or have general admission questions, please call Carene at (336) 841-9527 or email her at


Pharmacy is a rapidly changing profession, and the faculty and administration at High Point University believe it is essential that our graduates be able to lead in these times of change. The School of Pharmacy has been created to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design and manage medication therapies that meet both current and future needs. Students will receive and education that will position them to practice pharmacy in a variety of settings, or to pursue advance clinical or academic training.

Students earn their Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) after six rigorous years of education. Students are not penalized if they complete the pre professional track in three or four years instead of two but the additional courses taken during this time do not affect the number of credit hours necessary to complete the professional portion of the program.


Graduate Admissions
Norcross Hall
833 Montlieu Ave
High Point, NC 27268

Phone: 336-841-9198
Fax: 336-841-9024
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