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Husson University School of Pharmacy

About The School of Pharmacy

Pharmacy students in class.

Husson University School of Pharmacy's Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, IL 60503, Phone 312.664.3575; FAX 312.664.4652, web site"

A regional leader in integrative pharmacy education, committed to improving the practice of pharmacy and rural health care delivery in the State of Maine.

Pharmacy practice is currently the third largest health profession in the US and the national and regional demand for pharmacists remains strong. Projections in 2006 estimated approximately 198,000 registered pharmacists in the profession with a projected manpower deficits extending out to 2020. With one of the poorest pharmacist per capita aggregate demand indices in the country, the Maine Department of Labor projects a significant increase in pharmacy related careers in the state.

Husson University is the largest private educator of Maine students and offers an array of doctoral, masters and bachelors degrees in the field of health through its colleges and schools of health and pharmacyscience and humanities, and business.


Entry Into the 4-Year PharmD Program

Candidates who hold earned undergraduate or graduate degrees or hold sufficient undergraduate credits in science or related fields of study may apply directly into the four-year professional PharmD program. For more information, click here to go to the Admissions to Pharmacy link or call 207.973.1019. For information on the tuition rate for the PharmD program, please click here.

Our Faculty

Husson University prides itself as a teaching institution. However, the importance of faculty scholarship and research to contemporary pharmacy education is not overlooked. The School of Pharmacy has been able to attract nationally renowned educators with expertise in alcohol research, wound healing, and national board certification in the specialty areas of pharmacotherapy.

Brian McCullough, PharmD, BCPS, Therapeutics Rap
Our Facilities

The Research and Education Center is a state-of-the-art building that provides students with the opportunity to use their craft and develop professionaly. In addition to research laboratories, it contains a pro-bono clinic that provides students with valuable experiential learning opportunities delivering healthcare services to those in need.

The Husson University Trustees have designated approximately 25,000 square feet in the Peabody/Commons academic complex for the School of Pharmacy. The School adjoins all of the institution's science labs as well as those facilities dedicated to the pre-pharmacy program and the doctoral program in Physical Therapy. Renovations have been completed and include faculty/staff offices; four 40-seat classrooms; two 80-seat classrooms; one 20-seat classrooms; a 42-seat cognitive skills laboratory with an adjoining patient counseling/assessment room; a dispensing laboratory including a simulated IV/sterile compounding area; and an 800 ft2 of on-campus basic pharmaceutical sciences research laboratory space and 2000 ft2 of state-of-the-art research laboratory space at the Husson University Research and Education Center on Marshall Road.

Phone and Email Address
Elizabeth Roboul
Enrollment Manager
333F Peabody Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401
Melissa Rosenberg
Director of Admissions
130 Peabody Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401