Implementation Progress


  • Revise Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum to meet current and future societal needs (Critical Issue 1)
  • Develop joint and stand-alone degree programs in business, pharmacy administration, health professions education, public health, health law and/or research (Critical Issue 1)
  • Expand College-sponsored and regional residency programs (Critical Issue 1)
  • Develop a collaborative center for drug research (Critical Issue 2)
  • Establish a collaborative leadership role to influence health care and public policy (Critical Issue 3)
  • Highlight, communicate, and advance our strategic brand in the community (Critical Issue 5)

Significant Progress Made

  • Offer Bachelor of Science degrees in appropriate areas of study (Critical Issue 1)
  • Develop affiliation agreements with other academic institutions (Critical Issue 1)
  • Develop a center for patient education and health literacy (Critical Issue 2)
  • Develop a center of health professions education (Critical Issue 2)
  • Support areas of research and scholarship that capitalize on the interests and expertise of faculty and are aligned with the College’s mission (Critical Issue 2)
  • Develop sustainable patient care delivery models in various pharmacy practice settings (Critical Issue 3)
  • Identify the desired culture that will enable the College to achieve its mission (Critical Issue 4)
  • Position the College to be a model of diversity (Critical Issue 4)
  • Increase opportunities for faculty, staff, student, and alumni development (Critical Issue 4)
  • Strategically increase the College’s visibility and impact in the community (Critical Issue 5)
  • Leverage academic partnerships to advance interprofessional education, research, service, and practice (Critical Issue 5)

Ready for Bold Steps

  • Provide innovative practice site opportunities for students (Critical Issue 3)