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Regis or CU Denver Pharmacy School?

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by LMOZ, Sep 1, 2017.

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  1. LMOZ

    LMOZ

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    If you had to pick between the two, which would you choose? I know Regis is private=more expensive, but what I am looking for specifically is which school will give me the greater chance of getting into a clinical residency program? what's their teaching style like? etc. Thank you!
     
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  3. SparkLy09

    SparkLy09 7+ Year Member

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    Denver!
    I'm probably a bit biased because I attended CU but I loved it there. The faculty is superb and really help you with preparing you for whatever field you are interested in, they have been around with a great reputation for a long time and I felt they honestly prepared me very well for my 2 years of residency.
    If you have any questions, feel free to PM me!
     
  4. Irrelevantium

    Irrelevantium

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    As far as CU Denver goes, I know they are much MUCH more clinically focused rather than community pharmacy focused. They have a great IPE program (inter-professional experience) that is used to train future pharmacists in working as part of a healthcare team which is what clinical and hospital healthcare is shifting towards. They also have great connections to hospitals. I am applying there right now, but I couldn’t tell you much about Regis. I hope that’s helpful!
     

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