If you’re looking for a rewarding career in marketing, management or sales, the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries offer exciting opportunities. Your rigorous University of the Sciences education will prepare you to work in organizations of virtually all sizes and types, where earning potential is good and career potential is high. This includes the global arena, where the University’s growing emphasis on international programs will give you the extra focus to succeed.
With the combined business and healthcare background you are provided, you will be well positioned to step into an array of business careers, including:
- Medical communications and advertising
- Healthcare market research
- Nonprofit healthcare management
- Clinical trials management
- Public health
- Social and viral marketing
- Sales and marketing of medical devices
- Pharmaceutical sales
- Veterinary healthcare and animal rescue
- Nonprofit marketing
A career in pharmaceutical and healthcare business would offer you opportunities to:
- Be highly creative in designing advertising and promotional tools.
- Use the latest new media tools to bring news of products and services to millions of people.
- Analyze customer wants and needs and propose and develop solutions.
- Manage the process of bringing a new, multimillion dollar product to the marketplace.
- Work with healthcare professionals to design marketing and advertising tools to be used in product promotion.
Your Future in the Healthcare Industry
Through the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business program at University of the Sciences, you will be prepared to:
- Fulfill leadership and management responsibilities in a variety of healthcare industry settings through the curriculum’s emphasis on both knowledge and practical experience.
- Understand the basic scientific, professional, economic and practice-related factors that influence the healthcare market.
- Immediately assume an entry-level marketing or sales position in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.
- Grow your career within in the healthcare industry to migrate to other functional jobs outside the industry.