The experiential series allows students to gain an appreciation of the role of the pharmacist through visiting actual pharmacy practice sites and participating in direct patient care activities. Throughout the course of the experiential series each student will be required to complete a number of health and regulatory requirements. These regulatory requirements must be originally completed and kept up to date at all times in order to remain in the experiential program. These requirements may include immunizations and other certain health documentation as well as licensures, certifications and background checks.
Specific details regarding the above requirements will be provided to all students upon admission into the Doctor of Pharmacy program and throughout the experiential series. Additional requirements and expectations will be included in the experiential manual. The experiential manual will be made available to all students on an annual basis. Students are responsible for reading, understanding and adhering to all policies and procedures outlined therein.