How is the college of pharmacy in U of M?

<p>Hey. I'm senior at high school right now, and I'm thinking about pharmacy colleges.</p>

<p>I realized that U of M has pharmacy college, and I want to here about it.</p>

<p>Does it have great programs?</p>

<p>If compare to the pharmacy program in Rutgers University in NJ, which is better?</p>

<p>I was just wondering about this, and any answer will be appreciated. :)</p>

<p>Michigan's school of Pharmacy is excellent. It is often rated among the top 10 in the nation. But you cannot apply directly to it. A student must first apply to the college of LSA and then, after 2 years, transfer to the school of Pharmacy. Almost all good students are admitted into the program. </p>

<p>Pfizer has turned Ann Arbor into its Global Research Headquarters, so you can bet that the University of Michigan is going to benefit from that. </p>

<p>I am not familiar with Rutgers. I know it is a decent university and I know that Merck, Johnson and Johnson and Pfizer are all headquartered within 100 miles from Brunswick, but other than that, I am not familiar enough to give you details.</p>

<p>However, I can tell you that as a university, Michigan is generally more highly regarded.</p>