Navarro, New Mexico – It was only a matter of time until Navarro Pharmacy graduated a pharmacy degree.
Navarro has always been known as the birthplace of pharmacy education, and that’s exactly what happened.
The city, known for its rich culture, became the first in New Mexico to accept a pharmacy master’s degree in the fall of 2016.
“I think we are the birthplace for pharmacy education,” Navarro Mayor James Smith said at the time.
As of this week, the city’s master’s program had over 8,000 students enrolled, and its student population is expected to double in the next year.
That’s just the start of Navarro’s expansion plans.
After graduating from the program in 2017, the university is working to increase enrollment to 20,000 by 2022.
Smith, who is also a professor at the university, said the city is looking to offer the same type of education to students in the future.
We want to offer pharmacy education to everyone.
He said he is working with the university to set up a program to give students in Navarro the same training they received in Navarre.
I think that we have a great future, and we want to help everybody get into pharmacy.
“Navarro’s plan is already starting to make waves.
On Thursday, the college said it had completed more than 20,700 completed degree applications, a number that is almost double the number that it received during the same time last year.”
We are definitely on the right track,” Smith said.
According to Smith, the number of students enrolled in the pharmacy master program has increased from less than 8,500 in 2016 to nearly 21,000 this year.
Navarro and other communities around New Mexico have been looking to make sure their students have the right skills to succeed in their professions.
In the fall, Navarro held a conference to educate students about the importance of a pharmacy education.
And in 2016, the town opened up its first pharmacy teaching facility, which is now a hub for all types of pharmacy instruction.
For Navarro residents, the pharmacy degree program is a crucial step in getting into the profession.
Now that the program has become a reality, Smith is confident that more and more students will want to get their hands on it.
“We really believe that it’s the right thing to do for Navarro,” Smith added.
If you want more Navarro news, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.