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Masters Program

Curriculum

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Pharmaceutical Affairs is a one-year degree program designed for people interested in the acquisition of knowledge and skills in the health care and biomedical field. The degree will prepare students for managerial positions in the pharmaceutical industry, health care systems, academia, managed care organizations, contract research organizations, and governmental and nongovernmental agencies.

The degree provides additional preparation prior to pursuing professional careers within the health care system, such as pharmacy, medicine, physician assistant, and nursing. Graduates will be able to critically analyze issues related to the health care environment and act as leaders in the field.

 

Course Course Name Cr Hours
HPH 7210 Bioethical Principles of Life Science Research 3
PHRM 5001 Health Economics 3
PHRM 5021 Population Health and Public Policy 3
PHRM 5810 Knowledge Skills for the Health Care Environment 2
PHRM 5820 Biochemical Basis of Drug Therapy 3
PHRM 5830 Fundamentals of Pharmacodynamics 2
PHRM 5840 Drug, Medication, and Society 2
PHRM 5871 Evidence-Based Practice I 1
PHRM 5921 Individualized Drug Therapy  4
PHRM 5972 Evidence-Based Practice II 2
PHRM 5940 Regulatory Affairs 3
PHRM 5990 Integrative Capstone in Pharmaceutical Affairs 6
PHRE Electives 4
TOTAL   38               
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