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Pharmacy Administration, MS - Curriculum & Duration
The mission of the graduate program in pharmacy administration is to educate you to become a competent and innovative researcher, educator, administrator, and leader in health care services, health economics, and administrative sciences. This training guides you toward a stimulating and successful career with significant contributions to improved health services nationally and internationally.
The master's program supports this mission through the discovery, application, and dissemination of knowledge related to drug use and the health care process for all health professionals and to the public. A theoretical model of the health researcher is that the researcher is the facilitator between mankind and health. The overall departmental goal is to continually improve pharmaceutical and health care services for the public through teaching, research, and service.
You may earn your master's of science degree upon the completion of at least 30 semester hours of credit. Some students complete the program in three semesters, with most students completing the program in four semesters.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|ST710||Biostatistical Methods||3 credits|
|PA763||Special Topics in Pharmacy||1-4 credits|
|PA840||Health Economics (cross listed as PB840)||3 credits|
Must be approved by program director from the groups below:
- BW 700- and WR 700-level biomedical writing courses
- HP/HE 700- and 800-level health policy/public health courses
- PA/PP 300- and 400-level pharmacy practice or pharmacy administration courses (no more than 6 credits)
- PA 700- and 800-level pharmacy administration elective courses
- PB 700- and 800-level pharmaceutical and healthcare business courses
- ST 700-level statistics courses
Cathy Poon, PharmD
Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Administration
Griffith Hall, Room 108-F
University of the Sciences
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495