Union University School of Pharmacy is located in Jackson, Tennessee. The School of Pharmacy was started in 2008 when the first class entered. The private university seeks to integrate a rigorous course of academics in the pharmacy field of interest along with a Christian worldview. The program will develop highly-trained practitioners in the pharmacy industry who are both compassionate to their patients and the community and can provide high-quality patient care and ethical practices within the communities and industries that they work. The education earned at this school focuses on the importance of the patient and the development of the students to provide for the community in the most moral, ethical and spiritual way possible.
The Union University School of Pharmacy offers a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree and program. Tuition to attend this private university is the same for both in-state and out-of-state residents. The annual tuition costs are $28,990.00 for the program. Classes offered within the program include studies in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Administration and Management, Pharmacy Practice and Experiential Education where students will get the opportunity to work with and closely with those who are experienced in the industry at institutions, medical centers and pharmacy practices so that students can interact with patients, providers and the community.