Wayne State University is a public research institution that prepares around $28,000 students every year. It is the fourth largest university in Michigan and one of the most reputable ones in the United States of America. It gathers together thirteen different schools, with the pharmacy school being one of the most respected ones.
The university was established in 1868, but the pharmacy school was erected in 1924. It changed its headquarters a few times, while the current one became available in 2002.
The building has five floors and six different levels, as well as numerous classes and laboratories. These days, there are around 1,000 students graduating on a yearly basis.
The resident rate for tuition is $630 per credit, while nonresidents will have to pay almost two times more. Students should expect other fees as well, such as registration, fitness or service fees. Altogether, the extra fees cost around $300.
Since it is part of a very reputable university, the pharmacy school benefits from the same popularity. It is also accredited and ranks seventeenth in nursing and anesthesia pharmacy schools.
Students can obtain undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. Basically, there are five BS degrees, five master degrees, two certificates and two doctorates. The pharmacy Ph.D. is the most attractive one.