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College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Student Handbook

The Student Handbook, is the official publication of St. John's University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, which supplies a comprehensive guide to University specific and College specific information with regard to student life, as well as important procedures and regulations that each student is expected to become familiar with and follow.

 

 

Health-Sciences Specific Documents

All students accepted into the health sciences programs including physician assistant, radiologic sciences, and clinical laboratory sciences attend a portion of their curriculum at the Dr. Andrew J. Bartilicci Center and clinical rotation sites as assigned. During this component of their training students who qualify for progression receive guidelines specific to the respective programs delineating student, faculty, and preceptor responsibilities for the didactic and clinical years of program attendance and clinical training.

Accreditation Process and Complaint Policy

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is accreditated by many professional agencies: View the full list of agencies.

 

Residencies and Fellowships

The St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers  two-year post Pharm. D. fellowship training programs designed to train the Doctor of Pharmacy graduate in specific parctice areas of the pharmaceutical industry.