Accreditation

Accreditation

The Hampton University School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy program has been given the status of Accredited with Probation by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4100, Chicago, IL 60603, 312/664-3575; FAX, 312/664-4652, web site www.acpe-accredit.org, for non-compliance with the following standards:

Standard No. 10: Curriculum Design, Delivery, and Oversight; and Standard No. 17: Progression.

For an explanation of the program’s Accredited with Probation status, consult the Office of the Dean or ACPE. The school is actively working toward addressing these issues and has provided an Explanatory Statement from the Dean, Dr. Anand Iyer, that specifically details the action plan.

 

Program Outcomes

 

On-Time Graduation Rate (3 Academic Years)

On-Time Graduation Rates (3 Academic Years)

For the Class of 2017, 89.4 percent of Hampton University School of Pharmacy students graduated on-time.

For the Class of 2016, 85 percent of Hampton University School of Pharmacy students graduated on-time.

For the Class of 2015, 82.6 percent of Hampton University School of Pharmacy students graduated on-time.

 

 

North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) Pass Rate

For the Class of 2016, 59.03% of Hampton University Students passed the NAPLEX on the first attempt.

For the Class of 2015, 77.05% of Hampton University Students passed the NAPLEX on the first attempt.

For the Class of 2014, 74.6% of Hampton University Students passed the NAPLEX on the first attempt.

 

Data for NAPLEX scores for all Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy can be found on the NABP website at http://www.nabp.net/.

 

Measures of Student Achievement

Post-Pharm.D. Education and Training

For the Class of 2017, 16 percent of graduates were accepted into a residency program or graduate school to further their studies.

For the Class of 2016, 6 percent of graduates were accepted into a residency program or graduate school to further their studies.

For the Class of 2015, 8 percent of graduates were accepted into a residency program or graduate school to further their studies.

 

Placement

Eighty-nine percent of the Class of 2017 is employed in pharmacy practice, including 65 percent in community pharmacy practice and 7 percent in hospital pharmacy practice.

Ninety-four percent of the Class of 2016 is employed in pharmacy practice, including 83.5 percent in community pharmacy practice and 4.5 percent in hospital pharmacy practice.

Eighty-nine percent of the Class of 2015 is employed in pharmacy practice, including 75 percent in community pharmacy practice and 6 percent in hospital pharmacy practice.