Pharmacy Administration - Ph.D. and M.S. Degree Programs
The mission of the Pharmacy Administration graduate program is to advance research and development in the field of pharmacy administration to enhance the safe and effective delivery of pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical care.
Pharmacy Administration research encompasses issues and topics related to Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmacoepidemiology, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Management, Health Services Research, Pharmacy Business Administration, Pharmaceutical and Pharmacy Management, Pharmaceutical Marketing, Consumer Health Behavior, Managed Health Care, Health Policy, Pharmaceutical Care, Health Systems Operations, and Information Systems in Health Care.
Graduate students are trained to conduct theory-based, systematic and scientific inquiry to generate new knowledge of drug therapy safety and effectiveness, patient and provider health behaviors and preferences, health system organization and delivery, and the impact of the pharmacy profession on public health.
The college offers two degree programs in Pharmacy Administration: a Master of Science (M.S.), which requires a minimum of 37 credit hours to complete, and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), which requires a minimum of 70 credit hours to complete.
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