|Class of||Four-year graduation rate*||Delayed graduation for personal or academic reasons||Dismissed||Withdrew for personal or academic reasons|
Four-year graduation rate reflects the percentage of students from the cohort admitted four years prior to graduation, minus students pursuing dual degrees requiring them to extend their enrollment time in the PharmD program beyond four years. Percentages of students delaying graduation for other reasons, withdrawing or dismissed from program calculated based on number of non-dual-degree graduates from the cohort admitted four years prior.
|Licensure Exam Pass Rates*|
All ACPE-accredited programs
|89.5% (n=14,103)||97.4% (n=78)||83.8% (n=8,705)|
* Pass rates for 2016-2018 graduates reported by National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NAPLEX results 2017-2019, MJPE results 2017-2019). Results are for first-time test takers who reported graduating from Ohio State. The NAPLEX exam blueprint was revised in November 2015. New competency statements, test specifications and a new passing standard were implemented for MPJE in April 2016.
In 2019, Ohio State’s first-time test takers exceeded the average annual pass rate for Ohio institutions and ACPE-accredited programs on both the NAPLEX (Ohio institutions’ average: 92.1%, national average: 88.3%) and the MPJE (Ohio institutions’ average: 93.8%, national average: 83.6%).*
*Ohio colleges/schools of pharmacy used in the Ohio institutions’ average (weighted average) include Cedarville University, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Ohio Northern University, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Findlay and the University of Toledo.
Third Professional Year Capstone Course, Pharmacy 7007*
|Percentage of students who passed Capstone course (n=136)||99%|
* Pharmacy 7007: Capstone includes 20 graded assessments linked to competencies necessary for success in experiential rotations. Students are required to pass at least 15 activities to be eligible to begin advanced experience rotations.
Professional Skills Evaluation highlights, third professional year Capstone (Class of 2019)
|Communication and professionalism activities: Standardized patient encounter||98%|
|Managed care activity||100%|
|Pharmacy service presentation||100%|
Self-reported outcomes collected via annual post-graduation outcomes survey, administered via Qualtrics survey software, April 10-May 2, 2019. Survey response rate: 100%. Data supplemented with one-month follow-up conducted via email inquiry and four-month follow up survey conducted via Qualtrics with "still seeking" respondents.
|Average number of months spent aggressively seeking employment||2.2|
|Average number of employers interviewed with||2.3|
|Average number of job offers received per student||0.8|
|Average starting salary (excluding residency salaries)||$100,240|
* Data obtained from Ohio State University College of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Placement Survey of the Class of 2019, conducted April 10-May 6, 2019. Of 134 graduating students, 134 returned completed surveys (100% response rate). Due to the nature of the survey, individuals were only required to answer the questions that applied to them, leading to a varying number of responses for each item. Seventy-eight students self-reported months seeking employment and number of interviews. Seventy-seven students self-reported number of job offers. Thirty-three students self-reported starting salaries. Outcomes data were supplemented with one-month and four-month post-graduation follow-ups conducted with graduates who were “still seeking” positions at time of graduation.
Post-Graduation Options Satisfaction*
|Students satisfied with post-graduation plans||74%|
|Students satisfied with post-graduation offers received||62%|
|Obtained placement in preferred pharmacy setting||67%|
* Data obtained from Ohio State University College of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Placement Survey of the Class of 2019, conducted April 10-May 6, 2019. Of 134 graduating students, 134 returned completed surveys (100% response rate). Due to the nature of the survey, individuals were only required to answer the questions that applied to them, leading to a varying number of responses for each item.