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Our Campuses

About Our Campuses

The School of Pharmacy operates educational and research campuses in Kingsville, Texas, and College Station, Texas. The first, second, and third professional years are offered on both campuses simultaneously, while the fourth professional year will continue to consist of advanced clinical rotations throughout Texas.

Using distance learning technology, we offer one curriculum that runs concurrently in real time, accommodating nearly all courses with the exception of practice and skills laboratories that will be physically offered on each campus.

College Station

The School of Pharmacy facilities in College Station are located on the main campus of Texas A&M University, and our students enjoy the full Aggieland experience. Beyond campus, Bryan-College Station is a community rich in tradition and history. Set deep in the heart of Central Texas, the region offers the modern amenities of a big city with a warm small-town charm, making this one of the friendliest places you’ll ever visit. 

Research focus areas on the College Station campus include:

  • drug biomaterial design and synthesis
  • nanomedicine and drug delivery
  • drug formulations design and development
  • biopharmaceutics
  • drug 3-D printing
  • drug quality control and good manufacturing practices
  • disease biomarker development
  • stem cell biology
  • obesity and metabolic complications
  • neuropathogenesis of HIV and drug abuse


The College of Pharmacy facilities in Kingsville are located on the campus of Texas A&M University Kingsville, the oldest institute of higher education in south Texas. Founded in 1904 and named for Captain Richard King of the legendary King Ranch, Kingsville is home to nearly 30,000 people, and is a vital part of Texas's growing gulf coast region. 

Research focus areas on the Kingsville campus include:

  • anti-cancer drug design & synthesis
  • polymer chemistry and drug discovery
  • nanomedicine
  • controlled release formulations
  • drug delivery
  • pharmacokinetics
  • Cancer biomarkers,
  • chronic inflammatory diseases (obesity, mental health, IBD)
  • thrombosis
  • platelet biology.