Vision, Mission, Goals, & Student Outcomes


To be a pioneer in the advancement of pharmacy education through Innovation, Diversity, Engagement, Access, and Leadership (IDEAL) in our community and beyond.


To bridge borders to achieve access and excellence by transforming pharmacy education, patient care, community engagement, research, and leadership for a 21st century demographic.


Pharmacy Education

To provide PharmD students with excellent educational experiences that positively shape the practice of future pharmacists.

Patient Care

To provide high quality, patient-centered care that meets the needs of the patient and diverse communities.

Community Service

To act as ambassadors in the community through activities beyond the university setting.


To conduct community-based participatory research and evidence-based research to advance the practice and science of pharmacy.


To excel in the SOP’s development beyond all accreditation standards to positively impact students, the community, and all stakeholders through best practices in curriculum development and assessment.

Student Outcomes

Students are expected to meet the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Education (CAPE) learning outcomes (2013), adopted by The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).

These student outcomes should be achieved by the end of the student’s PharmD term via the pharmacy curriculum, service-learning experiences, interprofessional education, co-curricular experiences, leadership opportunities, Capstone projects, and community involvement.