The online Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy program offers a number of graduate certificate opportunities for US-based working professionals to enhance their professional career in the non-dispensing areas of pharmacy, all with minimal disruption to their schedules.
The certificate programs each consist of five courses, and they can be completed in roughly one year. For many students, the shorter duration of the program provides a starting point for later completion of the master’s degree. Admission to the certificate program does not require submission of GRE scores, and credits earned can be counted toward the master’s degree, provided that course grades were B or better.
Upon satisfactory completion of the program, students receive an official certificate document, suitable for framing, and the conferment of the certificate is recorded on the student’s academic transcript.
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Credits earned as a certificate student can be transferred towards the masters degree.
Graduate Certificate Programs
Certificates are offered in the following areas:
- Managed Care Pharmacy Systems
- Applied Pharmacoeconomics
- Patient Safety in Medication Use
- Pharmaceutical Regulation