If your calling is to empower others to live healthier lives, PBA’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will provide an ideal path ahead. We’re Florida’s only pharmacy school offered at a Christian university. Our holistic learning experience includes expansive hands-on training locally and abroad. And concepts of faith throughout the curriculum will equip you with a professional perspective that will set you apart.
Our programs are highly respected in the healthcare arena. As a PharmD student you’ll earn the BS in Medicinal Chemistry after completing your first year of course work. And you can enhance your studies through our chartered student organizations, fraternities and honor societies.
Our faculty are as caring and supportive as they are respected for their scholarly and professional work. Their shared Christian values will add depth to your preparation that most pharmacy graduates simply won’t have. You’ll grow in your compounding skills, and learn their examples of compassion. For instance, one of our faculty members opened a pharmacist-run, primary care clinic for the local indigent and underserved population.
The School’s dedicated, 45,000-square-foot building features the most advanced technology and learning resources. With smart classrooms, abundant study space and a pharmacy simulation center, you’ll train with the resources that mirror the technology in the most advanced real-world pharmacy settings.
Every year, our students bring healing to needy communities locally and around the world. They initiate outreach programs delivering health screenings and raising awareness about health issues. And they travel the world on medical mission trips providing treatment in locations such as:
As a PBA graduate you’ll find a wealth of professional opportunities—from health centers and clinics, to hospitals, to residency practice and retail settings. There are 200 healthcare providers located within 50 miles of PBA, and more than 150 biotech, medical device and pharmaceutical companies in West Palm Beach alone. You’ll find our graduates working at places such as:
They encouraged me to seek academic and leadership experiences locally as well as at the state and national level, through which I developed a great passion for the profession of pharmacy. I was trusted to represent the school in this capacity, an honor to which I owe much of my personal and professional growth from Angela N. Skaff, B.S., Pharm.D. ’15
The Gregory Center for Medical Missions offers students amazing opportunities to bring healing to those in need in the community and around the globe.
In four of the last eight years, our students have placed first in the annual National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations/Nonprescription Medicines Academy competition.
Each year PBA awards over $300,000 in scholarships to enrolled pharmacy students.
Our graduates have an average pass rate of 93% on the NAPLEX.
There are over 200 healthcare providers within 50 miles of PBA’s campus.