Built in the old fashioned atmosphere of Pittsburgh, the Duquesne University is privately owned and religiously affiliated with the Spiritan Fathers. It trains around 10,000 students and accommodates many of them in an internal campus of 49 acres. The campus is located in an urban area.
The Duquesne University was built in the autumn of 1878. However, the pharmacy school became reality around 85 years ago. Its programs and degrees are nationally accredited and accepted, which turns this institution into one of the most appreciated ones in the United States of America.
Tuition fees for pre-pharmacy courses are $35,047. This course lasts two years and is mandatory for further education. When it comes to achieving a doctorate in pharmacy, students must pay $1,191 per credit hour. Accommodation, manuals and insurances increase the costs and are subject to change.
The quick growth of the university has inevitably affected the pharmacy school too, which is now one of the leading names in the country. Its reputation is clean and immaculate too.
The doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) program is obviously the most enticing one, but students can also obtain it in a post-baccalaureate weekend schooling program. M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are also offered in several pharmaceutical science domains.