Three good colleges for earning a pharmacy degree include the University of Minnesota, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and University of California, San Francisco. Both the University of Minnesota and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia have been ranked as top pharmacy schools by U.S. News & World Report, as of 2015. The University of California, San Francisco is good for its interprofessional education and opportunities to enroll in international experiences, notes the University of California, San Francisco.The University of Minnesota's Doctor of Pharmacy program has a focus on patient care and a 98 percent board exam pass rate for graduates as of 2015, mentions the University of Minnesota. The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia's pharmacy program has a history of being the first pharmacy school in the country, focuses on hands-on experience and features enrichment options for students. The University of California, San Francisco's program allows for a focus on pharmaceutical sciences, pharmaceutical care or health services and policy research, and students get hands-on practice in a variety of settings.