The L. S. Skaggs College of Pharmacy at Idaho State University trains pharmacists and scholars while valuing integrity, access, inclusiveness, collaboration, intellectual curiosity, and accountability. Equity and inclusivity are fundamental to our pursuit of excellence in developing caring and collaborative pharmacists, psychopharmacologists, and scientists who improve health outcomes through transformative research and patient-centered care.
The primary degree offered by the College is the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) that prepares students to become pharmacists. The PharmD degree is delivered synchronously in Pocatello and Meridian, Idaho and Anchorage, Alaska.
In addition, the College offers a Masters and a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology provides licensed psychologists with training in the use of medication as part of the treatment of psychological disorders.
As Idaho’s College of Pharmacy we serve all citizens of the state and are a national leader in telepharmacy services. Our student outreach programs enjoy top awards at both regional and national levels, and our research endeavors employ innovative solutions, collaborative opportunities, and cutting-edge technology.
We are fully accredited by the Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education through 2025.
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Affordable isn’t just a word to us – we’re half the cost of other programs, offer $500,000 in scholarships, and non-residents pay in-state tuition after the first year. Books are included and dual degree options are available for little additional cost.
Idaho is one of the most progressive states for pharmacy practice. Idaho laws have been rapidly expanding a pharmacist’s scope of practice, making Idaho a great place for pharmacists interested in being at the forefront of innovation.
The L. S. Skaggs College of Pharmacy offers a modern curriculum that aligns with Idaho's progressive pharmacy practice laws and prepares graduates for advanced roles.
The mission of our graduate programs is to train and prepare students to succeed in one of the three main biomedical and pharmaceutical research focus areas: Drug Discovery, Pharmaceutics, and Pharmacology.
The MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) is a post-doctoral program designed to provide licensed psychologists with training in the use of medication as part of the treatment of psychological disorders.
The L. S. Skaggs College of Pharmacy is the oldest college at Idaho State University, first opening its doors for three enrolled students in 1920 and continuing a century of educating pharmacists, researchers, scholars and clinicians.