About

The Online POP program is part of the Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy at the University of Florida, where the focus in research and graduate training is centered on the evaluation of drugs and related medical technology. With four specialty tracks to choose from students can earn their degree without disrupting their lives.


Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy

The Department

Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy is a unique blend of three specialties that are represented in both its educational and research mission.

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College of Pharmacy

The College

In addition to placing in the Top 5 nationally, UF continues to maintain its No. 1 ranking among pharmacy colleges in Florida and is in the top ten for pharmacy programs overall.

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University of Florida

The University

The University of Florida was the first Florida school to break into the US News Report top 10 public school rankings. As of the 2020 report UF ranks at No. 7 for public schools and in the top five for online graduate programs.

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Annual Report

FROM THE CHAIR

“This year, combined productivity has resulted in more studies, more publications and more impact on public health.”

Almut Winterstein, R.PH., PH.D., FISPE | Professor and Chair

Dr. Almut Winterstein

Fast Facts for 2019

146 Matriculated Students

56 Certificates Awarded

31 Faculty-taught Courses

45 M.S. Graduates


UF and the World

The University of Florida has made international outreach and collaboration a central theme of its strategic plan and we think about gators as citizens of the world. This past academic year, UF was home to more than 6,800 international students from 138 countries and hosted 1,500 visiting scholars from 89 countries. Internationally-focused research generated close to $300 million for UF. Please check out UF’s report on international activity

UF and Diversity

The department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy is proud of its inclusiveness and condemns racism and any other form of discrimination against social groups. Each of us individually and as members of a research community devoted to improve public health, needs to confront these threats with all our abilities. As department, we strive to recruit and support the greatest talent regardless of race, ethnicity, cultural background, religion or spiritual belief or sexual orientation. Read here how UF has re-emphasized its commitment to foster diversity and equity among its students, faculty and staff as outlined in its strategic plan with new actions against racism.