The Graduate Program of the Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy offers an online M.S. degree for working professionals to advance their careers in one of five specialized track areas. Students can pursue the degree one course at a time, allowing for maximum flexibility.
The online master’s degree is a non-thesis, 31 to 32-credit program*. Live class sessions are held on weekends and after hours (eastern time), generally twice per week, and classes are roughly 7-weeks in duration.
All graduates from the program receive a M.S. in Pharmacy with a concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcome & Policy. Within that concentration, students choose from one of four specialty tracks.
Students must visit campus once during their course of study, to attend an on-campus seminar in the spring.
Class meetings are live and interactive, allowing students to engage with one another and with the instructor in real time, as well as using asynchronous discussion boards and pre-recorded lectures and videos.
*Most of the specialty tracks are 31-credit hours, the Pharmaceutical Value Assessments and Communication track requires and additional credit and is completed in 32-credits for the master’s degree.
Earn your Master’s Degree in one of four specialty areas designed to prepare you for the next step in your career development.
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