The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy will graduate its inaugural class on May 10. The 76 students will earn the doctor of pharmacy degree following four years of rigorous classroom, lab and field experiences.
Lucinda Maine Ph.D, RPh, executive vice president and CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, will be the keynote speaker during the May 9 hooding ceremonies at 3 p.m. in Belk Auditorium. The inaugural class of professional degree candidates will formally receive their academic hood representing their pharmacy profession.
One graduate, Landon Marshall, has already been accepted to the Ph.D program University of Texas and will major in pharmaceutical outcomes.