The experiential component of the professional pharmacy curriculum consists of supervised experiences completed at affiliated practice sites. The practice experiences begin the summer preceding the second professional year and culminates the student's fourth year of the professional program. The primary administrative and instructional facilities of the School of Pharmacy are housed at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. However, the program has numerous off-campus clinical affiliates located inside and outside of Louisiana.
Also, in the interest of public health and safety, the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy requires all students enrolling in experiential courses to maintain an active registration with the Board and be subject to random drug screening. Such tests are conducted by independent laboratories and test results are reported directly to the School of Pharmacy and the Louisiana State Board of Pharmacy. Students found to be in violation of the regulations of the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy are not eligible for enrollment in experiential courses and may be required to resign their enrollment.
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