Located in Toledo, the University of Toledo is a public research institution with a 450 acre wide campus and a few extra facilities or satellite campuses. The university handles around 23,000 students and over 2,000 academic professors. It is fully accredited, as well as all of its schools.
The university was established in 1872. On the other hand, the construction for the pharmacy school began in 1995 only. Therefore, this is one of the relatively new schools of pharmacy in Ohio. While it is still new, the accreditation obviously guarantees for high quality standards on site.
Tuition fees for the doctorate of pharmacy go up to $95.000 for the whole program, but additional fees will also apply. With all the taxes and accommodation, they may go higher than $135,000. On the other hand, the costs for other programs are obviously less expensive.
With one professor for every ten students and a list of notable alumni, the University of Toledo is one of the most attractive schooling institutions for aspirants.
The doctorate of pharmacy is the program most students hunt. The pharmacy school also offers Ph.D., M.S., B.S. and residency programs in domains like pharmaceutical sciences, experimental therapeutics, medicinal chemistry and a few others.