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Auburn University; Harrison School of Pharmacy

Name: Auburn University; Harrison School of Pharmacy
Description: The James I. Harrison, Sr. School of Pharmacy, established in 1885, is the oldest professional school at Auburn University. It is the only public pharmacy school in Alabama and is also the only institution in the State that offers a graduate program in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Post-graduate education and continuing education are provided to practitioners across Alabama.


Each year, the School receives two to three applications for every admission seat in the professional program. The Harrison School of Pharmacy faculty is a highly qualified group of educators who are nationally recognized for teaching, research and scholarship. The three departments of faculty within the Harrison School of Pharmacy are specialized for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Care Systems, and Pharmacy Practice.
Synonym(s): Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University School of Pharmacy
Is part of: Auburn University; Alabama; USA
Has role: Organization portal, Graduate program resource, Postdoctoral program resource
Super-category: University
URL: http://pharmacy.auburn.edu/
*Id: nlx_16372
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DefinitionThe James I. Harrison, Sr. School of Pharm The James I. Harrison, Sr. School of Pharmacy, established in 1885, is the oldest professional school at Auburn University. It is the only public pharmacy school in Alabama and is also the only institution in the State that offers a graduate program in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Post-graduate education and continuing education are provided to practitioners across Alabama.


Each year, the School receives two to three applications for every admission seat in the professional program. The Harrison School of Pharmacy faculty is a highly qualified group of educators who are nationally recognized for teaching, research and scholarship. The three departments of faculty within the Harrison School of Pharmacy are specialized for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Care Systems, and Pharmacy Practice.
rmacy Care Systems, and Pharmacy Practice.
Has roleOrganization portal  +, Graduate program resource  +, and Postdoctoral program resource  +
Idnlx_16372  +
Is part ofAuburn University; Alabama; USA  +
LabelAuburn University; Harrison School of Pharmacy  +
ModifiedDate19 July 2013  +
SuperCategoryUniversity  +
SynonymHarrison School of Pharmacy  +, and Auburn University School of Pharmacy  +