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M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs

M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs

At the Nova Southeastern University Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy, we empower you to reach new heights in your pharmaceutical career. Our Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Affairs program is designed to maximize your earning potential and equip you with the skills and knowledge to become a leader in the pharmaceutical industry and beyond. Silverman College of Pharmacy faculty will teach you to excel amidst dynamic challenges, operational constraints, and ever-expanding patient responsibility. 

Ready to unlock your full potential in the pharmaceutical world? Explore NSU's M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs: a one-year program shaping leaders for pharmaceutical, health care, and biomedical sectors. Via this online and in-person program, you’ll prepare for professional careers in pharmacy, medicine, and more.

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NSU's M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs program is 38 credit hours to complete. 

Delivery Options

Coursework for the M.S. in Pharmaceutical Affairs program is available in two modalities: in-person at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus or online synchronous.

Application Deadlines

Applications are accepted online and on a rolling basis. PharmGRAD application is due on July 18

Learn More About Master's Programs Admissions


CRN Course Name Cr Hours
PHRM 5001 Health Economics 3
PHRM 5021 Population Health and Public Policy 3
PHRM 5212 Bioethical Principles of Life Science Research


PHRM 5801 Strategies for Success In Graduate School 2
PHRM 5820 Biochemical Basis of Drug Therapy 3
PHRM 5830 Fundamentals of Pharmacodynamics 2
PHRM 5840 Drug, Medication, and Society: History and Current Issues 2
PHRM 5871 Evidence-Based Practice I 1
PHRM 5911 Pharmacokinetic Principles and Applications (effective Winter 2025) 4
PHRM 5972 Evidence-Based Practice II 2
PHRM 5940 Regulatory Affairs 3
PHRM 5990 Integrative Capstone in Pharmaceutical Affairs 6
PHRE Elective(s) 4
TOTAL   38               

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