Pharmacy experiential education offers students hands-on practical experience in numerous pharmacy disciplines. the experiential program is overseen by the Office and Experiential Education (OEE) and provides a variety of required and elective pharmacy practics experiences. All experiences, called rotations, are carefully coordinated iwth didactic coursework and co-curricular activities to be of appropriate scope, intensity, and duration to support specific outcomes. During the P1-P3 years, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE's) are designed to progressively prepare students for advanced experiences. The final product of these experiences is to produce practice-ready graduates who have the knowledge, skills and attitudes of practicioners in order to advance healthcare and positively impact their patients lives. The OEE is committed to ensuring the availability of well-trained qualified practitioners. In addition, practice sites are of high quality and diversity to meet the raised expectations of innovative pharmacy practice. For information on becoming a preceptor or to contact the OEE, please call Cassandra Tack at 208-282-4794.