Clinical Preparation. As a Ketchum graduate, you’ll be trained, educated and ready to compete in today’s fast-paced health care environment.
Spanish Language Skills. To help enhance your career opportunities and cultural proficiency, you’ll receive three full quarters of Spanish language training, including Spanish medical terminology.
APhA Certifications. At MBKU, you will earn these four certifications from the American Pharmacists Association (APhA):
- Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services
- Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery
- The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care
- Pharmacy-Based Travel Health Services
NAPLEX Preparation. Includes a comprehensive review of proven test-taking strategies and skills.
Hands-on Learning. At MBKU, approximately 50% of your curricular hours consist of lab and experiential activities.
Interprofessional Teamwork. MBKU’s combination of collaborative learning, small groups and interprofessional education, prepares you to become an active member of any health care team.