The University of the Incarnate Word is located in San Antonio, Texas. The Feik School of Pharmacy is part of the university and provides the pharmacy programs for the university. The university is a Catholic institution that places education in a faith context and was founded in 1881. The school sees itself as a partner with the community and teaches and instructs students to be advocates and active participants for the patients and the community, providing quality healthcare and medicinal therapies and instruction and services for the areas in which they work.
The Feik School of Pharmacy at the University of the Incarnate World offers a Doctor of Pharmacy degree program (Pharm.D.) at its school. Tuition for the program is the same for both in-state or out-of-state residents and is $31,500.00. Studies in the program offer a range in the curriculum to cover pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy practices, residencies and experiential education so students may work hands-on in facilities and pharmacy practices to engage with providers, patients and staff to learn the typical situations of the pharmacy experience. Typical accepted classes have a size of around one hundred students and the student to faculty ratio is seven to one, allowing for great interaction and learning.