Jun 14, 2019
Graduation rates are really important because if the supply numbers aren't going down, the speed at which our profession needs to innovate and create new opportunities for graduates outside of retail, hospital, and residency needs to happen now.
Brian Fung and a few others lead the way in the IT sector. Brandon Dyson and Eric Christianson lead in residency preparation as well as MPJE, NAPLEX, and board certification prep.
Over the last four years, the colleges of pharmacy in the PharmCAS accepted 1000 more students as 1000 fewer students applied. This will likely keep the projected graduation numbers about the same, between 14,000 to 15,000 students over the next four years, at least.