Located in Madison, the pharmacy section of the Fairleigh Dickinson University is the first pharmacy institution in New Jersey established over the last century. It is also the second educational school for pharmaceutical sciences. It is privately owned and easy to recognize due to the burgundy and blue color combination.
The Fairleigh Dickinson University has been established in 1942, but the pharmacy section was developed a little later. Today, it has its own campus and a wide diversity of programs for aspirant students. It is also the largest private university in New Jersey.
The tuition costs for the pharmacy school range around $34,000. Students who come from other cities or states will also require accommodation, which costs $22,500. There are other fees that may apply too, whether it comes to books ($500) or transportation ($5,200). Overall, the costs may go up to $70,000.
Although it is relatively new when compared to other pharmacy schools, this institution has a good reputation because of the quality programs. Furthermore, the employment rate among graduates is very high too.
The school provides a private PharmD program, as well as several Master’s degrees in domains like pharmaceutical science, health communication, regulatory sciences and several others.