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.

Which Program is Right for You?

 Master’s DegreeGraduate CertificateNon Degree Seeking Enrollment
Minimum Program Length2 years (5 semesters)1 year (3 semesters)7 weeks (1 course)
Maximum Program Length Flexible: Up to 7 yearsFlexible: Up to 7 yearsN/A
Credit Hours30 13Varies
Tuition$750 per credit
$22,500 total
$750 per credit
$9,750 total
$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 RequiredYes, 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 areaCourse completion and final grade recorded on official UF academic transcript. Credits earned are eligible for transfer to other institutions.

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In addition, the UF program has partnered with other institutions to provide unique educational opportunities:

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