MS in Industrial Pharmacy Joint Degree
Palumbo-Donahue School of Business and School of Pharmacy
Develop the skills to lead teams and solve challenging pharmaceutical manufacturing problems.
The Duquesne MBA/MS in Industrial Pharmacy joint degree is offered cooperatively by the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business and the School of Pharmacy.
A combined 72 credits for these two degrees, 30 credits for the MS in Industrial Pharmacy and 42 credits for the MBA, is reduced to 61.5 credits through credit-sharing.
How to Apply
Students may begin their study in either the School of Business or the School of Pharmacy. However, students must apply and be accepted to both programs of study. The GMAT or GRE is required for application to the School of Business (unless waived).
While the student is enrolled in both the MS in Industrial Pharmacy and the MBA programs, the MS in Industrial Pharmacy tuition rate will apply for all terms except any term during which a student is enrolled exclusively in MBA courses. During those terms, the MBA program will take priority and the graduate business tuition rate will apply.
Benefit from a curriculum that integrates critical business and technical experiences to prepare graduates for management positions in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
|MS in Industrial Pharmacy|
|Pharmaceutical Unit Oper. and Form.||3|
|Regulatory Aspects of Industrial Practice||2|
|Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Lab||3|
|Graduate Seminar I||1|
|Graduate Seminar II||1|
|MBA - Master of Business Administration|
|Managerial Decision Tools||1.5|
|Managing People for Sustained Competitive Advantage||1.5|
|Accounting for Decision Makers||3|
|Supply Chain/Operations Management||1.5|
|Business Legal Environment||1.5|
|Applied Business Ethics||1.5|
|Strategic Sustainable and Models||1.5|
|Strategy and Implementation||3|
*These courses may be waived based on previous coursework.