M.S. Pharmacy Administration
The thesis option of the Master of Science in Pharmacy Administration requires 27 credits of course work, including two (2) credits of seminar and nine (9) credits of thesis research. The thesis track is recommended for students with an intention of entering a Ph.D. program or seeking a research-oriented career. A highly qualified, full-time faculty teaches a variety of courses such as, marketing, customer service, health economics, research methods, health care financial management and medication errors. Students may take approved courses in business, health management systems, and education and in the College of Liberal Arts to fulfill degree requirements.
The non-thesis option of the Master of Science in Pharmacy Administration requires 33 credits of course work, including two (2) credits of seminar.
Pharmacy Administration Faculty
Jordan Covvey, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Michael Gionfriddo, Pharm.D., Ph.D.