Michigan Pharmacy Schools

By | April 29, 2018

The Michigan pharmacy schools were built for those who own a bachelor degree and want to pursue a four-year advanced degree of Doctor of Pharmacy (or PharmD) in Michigan. Please note that PCAT which stands for Pharmacy College Admissions Test is required for applicants for admissions to pharmacy schools, while Doctor of Pharmacy is a must for those who want to consider working as a pharmacist in Michigan.

This page lists all Michigan pharmacy colleges that are accredited by the ACPE – Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. Included are complete contact information and website addresses of all Pharmacy schools, colleges, and universities within the state of Michigan.

Rank Pharmacy University Pharmacy Department
1 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
College of Pharmacy
Address: 428 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1065
Phone: (734) 764-7312
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.umich.edu/~pharmacy/
College of Pharmacy
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor College of Pharmacy
2 Wayne State University
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Address: 259 Mack Avenue, Suite 1600, Detroit , MI 48201
Phone: (313) 577-1716
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.cphs.wayne.edu
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Wayne State University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
3 Ferris State University
College of Pharmacy
Address: PHR 105, Big Rapids, MI 49307
Phone: (231) 591-3780
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ferris.edu/colleges/pharmacy/
College of Pharmacy

Ferris State University College of Pharmacy

Michigan

Michigan – a state in the Midwest of the United States, part of the group of states of the Northeast Center. 26th state in the union. The capital is Lansing. The largest city is Detroit; other major cities are Grand Rapids, Warren, Flint, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor.

The population is 9.94 million people (8th place in the USA; data from 2000).

The symbolic flower since 1897 is apple blossom. Official Nicknames – Wolverine State (Wolverine State), Great Lake State (Great Lake State)

Geography

According to itypetravel, the state of Michigan occupies an area of ​​250.7 thousand km 2 (11th place in the USA), 41.3% of this area falls on water. The territory of the state consists of two peninsulas surrounded by the Great Lakes – Lower and Upper, connected by the Mackinac Bridge, as well as many islands.

In the east, Michigan borders on the Canadian province of Ontario and is washed by the waters of Lakes Huron and Erie, in the south it borders on the states of Ohio and Indiana, in the west it borders on Wisconsin and is washed by Lake Michigan, in the north it is washed by Lake Superior and has a water border with the states of Illinois and Minnesota.

The total coastline of the state has a length of 5.2 thousand km (the largest among the continental states). There are more than 11 thousand inland lakes in Michigan, which significantly affects the climate of the state.

History

For several millennia, Indian tribes have lived in Michigan. By the time the Europeans arrived, the Ojibwa (Chippewa), Ottawa, Potawatomi and Wyandot Indian tribes lived here. The first European to visit the Upper Peninsula was Étienne Brule (1622). In 1668, the Jesuit missionary Jacques Marquette founded the first settlement of Sault Ste. Marie here. In 1679, Robert da la Salle built the first European sailing ship on Lake Superior.

In 1701, French officer and explorer Antoine Cadillac founded the settlement of Detroit around Fort Pontchartrain (named after the then French prime minister, Louis Felipot, comte de Pontchartrain).

In the middle of the 18th century, the province passed from the French to the British as a result of the French and Indian War. After the American Revolutionary War, Michigan became part of the Northwest Territory. In 1794, American troops defeated the Indians at the Battle of the Fallen Trees and, under Jay’s treaty, gained control of several forts.

In 1805, the Michigan Territory was created. During the Anglo-American War of 1812-1814, she temporarily fell into the hands of the British. In the 1830s, a massive influx of immigrants began here, associated with the creation of the Erie Canal, road infrastructure, as well as the development of agriculture and the mining industry.

In 1835, the state constitution was signed, but due to a territorial dispute with Ohio, Michigan joined the union only on January 26, 1837. Stevens Mason became the first governor of the state in 1835.

23% of the male population of Michigan (more than 90 thousand people) participated in the Civil War on the side of the northerners, about 14 thousand of them died.

In 1903, assembly line production of cars was founded at the Henry Ford plant. In 1926, General Motors set an industry record with annual sales of $1 billion.

Economy

Michigan, and especially Detroit, is considered the center of the American automotive industry. Important sources of income are also tourism and hunting. In addition, there are minerals – oil, iron ore, natural gas. The state ranks first in peat production.

The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimated that in 2003 Michigan’s GDP was $365 billion.