The Northeastern University is one of the few pharmacy schools in Boston. It is located on Huntington Avenue and is one of the schools with the most prolific growth over the past few decades. Situated downtown, the school is in the immediate vicinity of two local hospitals. Founded in 1898, the university is private and handles around 761 students every year. It spent more than a century without any major accreditation. In 2009, it was certified by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
The undergraduate tuition price is $20,390. On the other hand, professional programs range around $10,500, depending on the specialization. The doctorate of pharmacy program costs $12,780 and spreads over six years. Additional fees may also raise the costs overtime.
The university is one of the six schools handled by the Marjorie Bouvé College, which benefits from an extraordinary reputation. It has established solid connections with international institutions as well, only for a more efficient education.
There are around twenty degrees students can get from the Northeastern University, with the doctorate of pharmacy being the most appreciated one. Students may also choose pharmaceutical sciences, toxicology concentration, interdisciplinary concentration and many others.