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Mission: To educate and develop practitioners and researchers who, through their leadership and entrepreneurism, will transform the profession of pharmacy to improve global health.

Vision: To be recognized as an innovative and entrepreneurial college of pharmacy providing opportunities that encourage innovation in education, practice, and research.

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs is a 2-year graduate program designed for persons interested in the acquisition of knowledge and skills associated with pharmaceutical agents.  The degree will prepare students for positions in academia, managerial, or sales positions in the pharmaceutical industry, contract research organizations, managed care organizations, health care systems, and government agencies.  Graduates will be able to critically analyze issues related to the production and use of pharmaceuticals and act as leaders in the field.

The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs will also act as a bridge for students interested in additional preparation prior to pursuing a Pharm.D. or Ph.D. degree. 

The Masters of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences is a 2-year graduate program in one of three unique areas of emphasis: 1) Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics centering on drug discovery principles, 2) Drug Development focusing on drug delivery to the desired target, or 3) Social and Administrative Pharmacy concerned with the interface between pharmacy and society (concerned with pharmacy outcomes).

The degree will prepare students for positions in academia, technical, managerial, or sales positions in the pharmaceutical industry, contract research organizations, managed care organizations, health care systems, and government agencies.

To become part of our diverse, energetic, transformative, student body, contact:

Jennifer Gundersen, Admissions Counselor
Health Professions Division
Enrollment & Student Services
Nova Southeastern University
Phone: 954-262-1112
Fax: 954-262-2282

Email: nsupharmacyinfo@nova.edu