TTUHSC School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy

  • Pharmacy

    TTUHSC SOP continues to set the bar for pharmacy education in Texas and throughout the U.S. Today. more»

  • Pharmacy

    Graduation 2016 location and lodging information more»

  • Pharmacy

    Celebration of Excellence awards presentation, April 29 more»

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    GSBS hosted the 28th Annual Student Research Week, March 8-11 more»

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    U.S. Congressman Randy Neugebauer stopped by the Abilene campus March 4 for a tour and to visit with pharmacy students more»

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    Dr. Cox Awarded Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Teaching Award more»

  • Pharmacy

    School of Pharmacy Faculty Earn Promotions more»

  • Office of Sciences

    Research Days is a campus-wide event to promote faculty and trainee development more»

  • Pharmacy

    Dr. Markiewski Receieves 1M+ Grant from National Institutes of Health. more»

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    During his 2015 State of the University Address, TTUHSC President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., added six names to the School of Pharmacy more»

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    Dr. Abbruscato accepted an invitation from the DHHSto serve as Chairperson for the DDNS more»

  • Pharmacy

    Meet our newest staff and faculty more»

  • Prospective Students

    Your life, our purpose, see what TTUHSC SOP has to offer
  • 2016 Graduation

    Class of 2016 Graduation
  • Celebration of Excellence

    Awards Presented
  • Students Present Research

    GSBS Research Week
  • Pharmacy

    U.S. Congressman Randy Neugebauer Visits Abilene Campus
  • Faculty Award

    Dr. Cox awarded Distinguished Teaching Award
  • Faculty Promotions

    School of Pharmacy Faculty Earn Promotions
  • Office of Sciences

    The 15th annual Research Days is coming: June 1-2, 2016
  • School of Pharmacy

    Dr. Markiewski Receieves 1M+ Grant from NIH
  • School of Pharmacy

    Six from SOP named as Distinguished Professors
  • Faculty Appointed

    Dr. Abbruscato accepts invitation to be DDNS Chairperson
  • Pharmacy

    SOP has new personnel.

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy (TTUHSC-SOP) is comprised of the main campus in Amarillo and regional campuses in Abilene, Dallas/Fort Worth and Lubbock.

By the time TTUHSC-SOP students graduate, they have completed one of the most comprehensive pharmacy education and training programs in the U.S. In fact, TTUHSC-SOP students receive more clinical training hours than do students from any other pharmacy program in the country. This extensive training far exceeds Texas State Board of Pharmacy requirements and is a major advantage for our graduates when they begin seeking career opportunities.

TTUHSC-SOP also offers the largest Pharm.D./M.B.A. program in the country. In addition, our four academic departments—Pharmacy Practice, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedical Sciences and Immunotherapeutics and Biotechnology—offer students unique education experiences that are strengthened by the wide variety of interprofessional education opportunities we provide through our relationship with the TTUHSC Schools of Medicine and Nursing.

When we mix in the stellar reputation our science faculty members have earned through state-of-the-art medical discoveries in pharmaceutical research, it’s no wonder the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy is considered one of the country's premiere institutions for comprehensive pharmacy education and training.


The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy is accredited until June 30, 2020 by:

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education

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On-Time Graduation Rate (Four academic years) 86% Class of 2015
NAPLEX First-Time Passing Rate 95% Academic Yr 2014-2015
Third-Year Drug Knowledge Assessment Exam Passing Rate 99% Class of 2015