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Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is committed to preparing students to excel in the ever-expanding world of health care. Located within a short drive to Raleigh and Research Triangle Park, the College offers unique dual degree programs, service-minded education and personalized training.

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First Doctor of Physical Therapy Graduates Among Large Group at Winter Commencement

The 36 members of the charter class of Campbell’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program made history Saturday when they walked the stage at the University’s annual winter commencement ceremony, held inside a packed John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center.

Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Receives Accreditation ›

Posted December 1, 2016. View all announcements.

Campbell PAs Received Long White Coats Ahead of Graduation

Campbell PAs Received Long White Coats Ahead of Graduation

Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences held its fourth annual Long White Coat Ceremony for graduating physician assistant students on Friday, Dec. 16, 2016.

The Future of Physical Therapy is Here

The Future of Physical Therapy is Here

For Romin Ghassemi, the opportunity to spend up to an hour at a time with a patient is the reason he chose physical therapy. Rachel Plummer says her undergraduate studies in biology and exercise and sports science revealed her appreciation for human movement. And Kim Currie discovered her desire to help people have the best quality of life despite injuries after her own injury forced her to transfer undergraduate institutions.

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