Applications for the Class of 2028 are now open in PharmCAS! Learn how to apply.
For in-state students, the tuition cost to pursue pharmacy at ETSU is now $27,000 per year, over 30% less than before. For out-of-state, the tuition cost is $33,000 per year, nearly 15% less. The tuition decrease is effective for fall 2023. Learn more about the announcement.
The tuition reduction over the course of the four-year PharmD program is significant: for in-state students, the tuition cost has decreased over $46,600; for out-of-state, over $22,600. In addition, the state funding will go towards bolstering the college’s scholarships by $720,000, which will help lower tuition even more for prospective students. Learn more about tuition and scholarships.
Earn your PharmD in the picturesque mountains of Northeast Tennessee, and go where you want with our nationally recognized program. Founded in 2005, ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy has grown quickly into a nationally recognized program, and it's excellence continues to endure as part of the 100+ year-old University.
Tailor Your Training
Our PharmD program prepares you to explore a variety of pharmacy career options and tailor your studies to your dream path with dual degree options in PharmD/MBA or PharmD/MPH, Research Track, Residency Track, and interprofessional education.
Make an Impact
With over 100 opportunities for student leadership in our national award-winning organizations and co-ed fraternities, it’s easy to get involved and make a difference in local rural communities or across the world in our study abroad and global experience programs.
Find a Community
At other schools, you might call those around you classmates or faculty. Here, they are part of a tight-knit community. Situated in the mountains of Northeast Tennessee, Johnson City has a lot to offer, from a bustling downtown to nearby Smoky Mountains; Asheville, North Carolina; and a variety of world-class outdoor activities.
Get Career Ready
Opportunity awaits! Pharmacy careers increased 18% in 2021 across the nation, according to the "Pharmacy Demand Report" from the Pharmacy Workforce Center, Inc. In addition, they increased 23% in the Southeast. Fewer grads are projected nationwide through 2025.