Michelle A. Clark, Ph.D.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy (COP) is a vibrant, dynamic place - constantly growing and providing new opportunities for our students, alumni, and community friends. Our web site will introduce you to the college and keep you up-to-date on our activities. In addition, you will find admissions and curriculum information; highlights; faculty, alumni, and student profiles; and information on student organizations and events.
The college offers a challenging professional program of study in pharmacy through the Pharm.D. degree, designed to meet the needs of a changing health care environment. Trained by highly talented faculty members using innovative teaching modalities and technologies, our graduates provide comprehensive medication management, and are positioned for leadership roles globally and within the community.
We provide opportunities for students who want more than the traditional curriculum, including concurrent degree programs for qualified students to earn a Pharm.D./M.B.A., Pharm.D/M.P.H, or Pharm.D./M.S. in Health Informatics. Opportunities to work with faculty members on research projects, an advanced-standing program for international pharmacy graduates, an international travel study program, and medical outreach programs add to our diverse list of offerings.
Our quality Ph.D. program attracts scholars from around the world. With specialized tracks in either pharmaceutical sciences or social and administrative pharmacy, our Ph.D. students engage in meaningful research with our talented faculty. The Ph.D. degree prepares graduates for positions within academia and industry by providing quality classroom and research experiences.
The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences and M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs degrees provide opportunities for students interested in the acquisition of knowledge and skills associated with pharmaceutical agents. They prepare graduates for positions in academia, managerial or sales positions in the pharmaceutical industry, research organizations, managed care, and other governmental and non-governmental health-related agencies. They also provide additional preparation for students interested in pursuing doctoral degrees.
Benefiting from the location and diversity of south Florida, NSU COP offers students an environment unmatched elsewhere. Our faculty members present an extraordinary combination of specialized research backgrounds, enthusiasm, and dedication that is essential to a successful program. Financial support from grants, the college, and the university, as well as the state-of-the-art Center for Collaborative Research (CCR), provides space and equipment for faculty members and student researchers.
Join us and experience the NSU edge in programs that educate and develop inclusive leaders in the science and practice of pharmacy who will improve health through discovery, innovation, advocacy, and the delivery of optimal patient care.