Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business Curriculum
Our science-oriented business curriculum will equip you with an in-depth understanding of sales, marketing, management and the applied pharmaceutical sciences. Liberal arts fundamentals integrated into the curriculum will teach you how to think critically and solve problems creatively, traits that employers value.
The following is a typical curriculum for pharmaceutical and healthcare business students entering the University of the Sciences in Fall 2012; current students should refer to their advisor for their curricula.
General Biology I, II
Mathematical Analysis I
Introduction to Marketing Management
Physical Education I, II
Writing and Rhetoric I, II
Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Business Seminar
Introduction to Communication
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Principles of Management
Intellectual Heritage I, II
Functional Human Structure and Histology
Advanced Healthcare Systems
Humanities Disciplinary Requirement
General Education Unrestricted Elective
Marketing Applications in the Clinical Use of Drugs I, II
Special Topics in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business I, II
Introduction to Biostatistics
Pharmaceutical Marketing Research
Thesis in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business I, II
Legal Aspects of Drug Development, Production, and Marketing
Special Topics in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business III, IV
Advertising and Promotion
Additional general education courses are required as part of this program.
For detailed course descriptions and other information about the pharmaceutical and healthcare business curriculum, see the University Catalog.