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St. John's University (School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions)

The College of Pharmacy was established in 1929 as a professional school of the University. In 1958, it was relocated from the Brooklyn Center to the newly constructed science-pharmacy building on the Queens campus. The name of the College of Pharmacy was changed to the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions in 1972 to more properly represent the diversity of our undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition to the Pharm.D., the College also offers B.S. programs of study in medical technology, physician assistant, toxicology, pathologist assistant and cytotechnology. The College also offers M.S programs, a post baccalaureate Pharm.D. program, and Ph.D. programs through the Graduate Division. A complete program of student life services and activities is provided for resident and commuter students. The students achieve academic excellence and scholarship in many ways: through education, clinical practice and research. The state-of-the-art facilities of the College of Pharmacy are the setting for instructing in the evolving needs of the pharmacy profession and health care industry. Compassionate health care professionals and scientists, our graduates give back to the world in health care and biomedical research.

School name:St. John's UniversitySchool of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions
Address:8000 Utopia Parkway - Queens
Zip & city:NY 11439 New York
Phone:(718) 990-6161

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