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Dean Ron Jordan says Chapman University’s work in planning Orange County’s first school of pharmacy was based on a number of optimistic views about future opportunities for pharmacists that came from operating a program in Rhode Island and seeing what was happening with those grads.

“We never had a problem with employment opportunities for our graduates there, who were always very well trained to be outstanding individuals,” says Dean Jordan. “The level and type of education provided to students makes all the difference in whether they get employed afterward. Do a good job with them and they succeed.”

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