HUCOP in the news
P2 Hannah Jones talks about Harding at a distance
Alumnus Dr. Steve Sparks named to "40 under 40"
My view: Getting back to normal
HUCOP receives continued ACPE accreditation through 2026
College hosts Pharmacy camp
Professor named to national board
Pharmacy students to host annual medication cleanout
Harding University College of Pharmacy receives continued accreditation
Graduation - virtual commencement ceremony
August 15 - Details will be communicated on the graduation page
Class of 2024 Orientation
August 17 - 21
Class of 2024 White Coat Ceremony
August 21 at 2:00 pm
The ceremony will be live-streamed on HUCOP's Facebook page
(Regrettably, due to COVID-19, the event is closed to family and friends)
Fall Classes Resume
University Closed November 25 - 27
December 21 - January 8
University Closed December 23 - January 1
Spring Classes Resume
The Daily Dose
Students named to dean's list spring 2020
3D masks & face shields printed for Unity Health
Students named to dean's list fall 2019
Student Spotlight: Zach Godwin
Student Spotlight: Jeremy Ramos
Student Spotlight: Jessica Carter
Student Spotlight: Kofi Sefah
Student Spotlight: Sarah Steely
Paola Quijano helping break down language barriers
HUCOP goes to Haiti
Global Missions Health Conference
Did you know?
The Harding College of Pharmacy values relationship, community, and the development of Christian scholarship.
Our pharmacy program aligns with the mission of the University: To provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals.
The College of Pharmacy offers a four-year program of study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree. The four-year program consists of three years comprised of a combination of didactic instruction and early pharmacy practice experiences, followed by a fourth year comprised entirely of advanced pharmacy practice experiences. There is an emphasis on the integration of faith, learning and living, the development of Christian scholarship, the promotion of Christian ethics, and the promotion of citizenship within a global perspective through participation in mission efforts.
Admission to the College of Pharmacy requires the completion of pre-pharmacy courses as described on the pharmacy admissions page.
About the College of Pharmacy
Learn a little bit more about why Harding's College of Pharmacy is the right fit for you.
Considering a Career in Pharmacy?
Pharmacists are visible and trusted leaders in the community who play a vital role in our healthcare. When you open the door to Pharmacy, the opportunities and settings are endless! Learn more.
Harding University College of Pharmacy strives to foster a culture of diversity as we enroll students from across the United States and many other countries. We are looking to partner with students who want to continue their professional development in a Christian community with a strong commitment to ethics, accuracy and quality care. Our faculty are genuinely committed to equipping students with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to make a difference in patients’ lives. In addition to academic preparation, we are looking for students who exemplify our core values of advancement, Christianity, collaboration, trustworthiness, innovation, outreach, nurture and service.