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  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog

Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy)


Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy) Program Information


The College of Pharmacy offers the Master of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy, and an additional concentration in Medication Therapy Management in the M.S.P. Minimum requirements for these degrees are provided in the Graduate Degrees  section of this catalog.

Research in the department emphasizes the epidemiological, socio-behavioral, administrative, regulatory, and economic aspects of drug therapy and pharmaceutical services, including assessment of safety, effectiveness, efficiency and quality aspects of patient-oriented pharmaceutical services and medication use.

The department offers both a research-oriented residential M.S.P. and Ph.D. degree programs as well as an online M.S.P. program. For the research oriented degree programs, graduate studies include core curricula and four specializations in patient safety and program evaluation, pharmacoeconomics, pharmacoepidemiology and social-behavioral research in medication use. Electives and required courses draw from the resources of the entire University. Graduates are prepared for leadership positions in academia, public service, pharmaceutical industry, and health service industry with a focus on the evaluation of drugs and related services.

The online non-thesis M.S.P. program is designed for working professionals, and focuses on pharmaceutical regulation and outcomes. Prior pharmacy experience/knowledge is not required and the program is available to persons located in the United States only. Coursework is delivered in both asynchronous and live, synchronous sessions. Students may choose among six specialty tracks including Pharmacy Regulation & Policy, Applied Pharmacoeconomics, Drug Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Research Regulation in Pharmacy, Patient Safety & Medication Risk Management, and Institutional Pharmacy Leadership.

For more information, please visit our websites: http://pop.pharmacy.ufl.edu/education/prospective-students and http://pop.pharmacy.ufl.edu

Degrees Offered With a Major in Pharmaceutical Sciences


Doctor of Philosophy


concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy


optional second concentration in Clinical and Translational Science

Master of Science in Pharmacy


concentration in Medication Therapy Management


concentration in Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy


Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy Courses


Medicinal Chemistry Courses