Mission and Programmatic Outcomes

Doctor of Pharmacy Program Mission Statement

The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Doctor of Pharmacy Program will develop leaders in a Christian environment who will advance the profession of pharmacy, by improving the lives of others through practice, education, research and service as part of an interprofessional healthcare team.

Programmatic Outcomes

The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences has two program goals for our doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) curriculum.  Upon completion of the program and entry into the profession, graduates will be able to:

  • Provide high quality, inclusive evidence-based, patient-centered care in cooperation with patients, prescribers and members of the interprofessional health care team; PLO 1, PLO 2, PLO 4, PLO 6
  • Model continual personal and professional growth and an ability to adapt to new learning experiences, roles and the changes in the practice of pharmacy; PLO 5, PLO 7, PLO 3

Final Product

  • PLO 1: Develop and integrate knowledge across foundational sciences.
  • PLO 2:  Apply foundational science knowledge in patient-centered and population-based environments.
  • PLO 3: Articulate the evolving role of pharmacists as: caregivers, educators, managers, promoters, and providers as a member of an interprofessional healthcare team.
  • PLO 4:  Design, implement, and document interventions for patients and populations based on assessed needs.
  • PLO 5: Adapt and apply assessment, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to solve complex issues.
  • PLO 6:  Demonstrate inclusive considerations for others (patients, fellow providers, and populations) in approach to practice and care.
  • PLO 7: Develop an informed plan for professional trajectory, development, growth, and lifelong learning.