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MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Overview

Vision: To be a preeminent College of Pharmacy that cultivates leadership, innovation, and diversity in education, practice, research, and service to advance the health and well-being of our communities.

Mission: To 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.

The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences is a two-year graduate program in one of three unique areas of emphasis: 1) Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics centering on drug discovery principles, 2) Drug Development (Pharmaceutics) 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 prepares graduates for positions in academia, industry, research organizations, health care systems, and government and nongovernmental agencies. The degree also provides additional preparation for students interested in pursuing a Pharm.D. or Ph.D.degree.

The program is based at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus.  

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