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College of Pharmacy


Continuing Education

The College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education to provide continuing pharmacy education that fulfills professional competencies and state CE requirements.

Many pharmacy boards require pharmacists to participate in continuing pharmacy education (CPE) learning in order to be relicensed. The College of Pharmacy offers accredited CPE courses in which pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can enhance their performance and core competencies. Pharmacists can access a wide variety of conferences, workshops, home study programs and online activities.

You can access CPE programs online through our Learning Express hub. Use the site to view our CPE catalog, including upcoming live programs and on-demand distance learning that’s available anytime you need it. Use the site to set up a profile, register for a course and view or print your CPE credits.

The continuing education office also works with other affiliates, agencies and healthcare disciplines to co-sponsor educational activities. If your organization needs customized educational programming, we’re happy to develop and implement programs that meet your specific organizational learning gaps and objectives.

 

Track Your Credits

Every state has different CPE requirements that must be upheld by pharmacy professionals who wish to renew their professional license. See state-by-state requirements [pdf]

CPE Monitor is an online system provided by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. Pharmacists and technicians can use CPE Monitor to track their continuing pharmacy education.