In the words of Dean Campbell, “no matter what happens in pharmacy education we cannot have a UNC graduate with a second class degree.” When the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) approved a policy in 1992 requiring a single entry-level education program at the doctoral level (PharmD), the School already had a small PharmD program and was quickly able to modify the curriculum. By 1996 the new PharmD curriculum is fully integrated and remains the standard today.