Enhance Your Career on Your Schedule
The online Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy program offers a number of opportunities for US-based working professionals to enhance their education in the non-dispensing areas of pharmacy, all with minimal disruption to their schedules.
Our flexible, part-time programs allow students to engage with professors in real time in live, interactive class meetings. Assignments and homework are completed independently using asynchronous discussion boards and pre-recorded lectures and videos. Live class sessions are held on weekends and after hours (eastern time), generally twice per week, and classes are roughly 7-weeks in duration. Click here to see the course schedule.
UPCOMING EVENT: March 22 Online Open House
Join us on March 22 to chat with faculty, staff, students and alumni to hear first-hand about the benefits and flexibility of the online program options.
Which Program is Right for You?
|Master’s Degree||Graduate Certificate||Non Degree Seeking Enrollment|
|Minimum Program Length||2 years (5 semesters)||1 year (3 semesters)||7 weeks (1 course)|
|Maximum Program Length||Flexible: Up to 7 years||Flexible: Up to 7 years||N/A|
|Tuition||$750 per credit|
|$750 per credit|
|$750 per credit|
|Admissions Requirements||• Bachelor’s degree in any discipline|
• 3.0 upper-division GPA
• Acceptable GRE scores
|• Bachelor’s degree in any discipline|
• 2.5 upper-division GPA
• No GRE required
|• Bachelor's degree in any discipline|
|Campus Visit Required||Yes, for weekend seminar (2 days) and final exam (1 day). Students can complete both in one visit or in two separate visits.||No. The program can be completed entirely online.||No. Completed entirely online.|
|Credential Earned||• Master of Science in Pharmacy|
• Concentration Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy
• Graduate Certificate in selected focus area
|• Graduate Certificate in selected focus area||Course completion and final grade recorded on official UF academic transcript. Credits earned are eligible for transfer to other institutions.|
Select the program type of interest below to find out program requirements and options:
- Master’s Degree in Pharmacy with a concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcome & Policy
- Graduate Certificate with a concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcome & Policy
In addition, the UF program has partnered with other institutions to provide unique educational opportunities: