25 Best Pharmacy Schools 2020

Students at the top 25 pharmacy schools in the U.S. earned median salaries of $116,400-$131,000 one year after graduating with a PharmD degree. Students at the #1 school, Texas A&M University – College Station, have a median salary of $131,000 and a median student debt of $120,380. Univerity of the Incarnate World comes in second for salary with a median student salary of $129,500, while the University of Wyoming has the lowest median student debt for PharmD students, at $47,473.

Tuition, median salaries, and median debt were reported by the U.S. Department of Education. View our methodology for more details about these rankings or read more about the top-ranked schools.

2020 Best Pharmacy School Highlights

Learn more about the top five pharmacy schools. You can also read student reviews of each school by clicking on the stars. Although student reviews were not used as a ranking factor in this list, we provide ratings and reviews so students can consider the experience of alumni in their decision-making process.