A Student Perspective: Early Experiential Learning
Adewale Ajulo – PharmD Class of 2022
“Early Experiential Learning helped me to settle in faster into the practical expectations of pharmacy practice, despite my limited background in the profession prior to joining the pharmacy program.”
What is Early Experiential Learning?
Early exposure to clinical experiences is critical in building basic clinical skills. Roseman University enhances and supports learning in the classroom by providing students the opportunity to see, feel, and understand what was presented in the classroom in an actual healthcare setting at the beginning of their programs rather than one to two years after the completion of classroom learning. This is just one piece of a comprehensive learning model students have the pleasure of experiencing while at Roseman University. Get Inside the Hexagon with Roseman students or learn more about the Roseman Six-Point Mastery Learning Model® by clicking below.
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