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Joint Pharm.D./MBA Program

The goal of the joint Pharm.D./MBA program is to educate students to assume responsibilities of management, executive, and administrative positions within the pharmaceutical industry.

Joint Pharm.D./MBA

Requirements

The number of credits is indicated in parentheses at the end of each course title.

  • GMGT 573 - Financial Accounting Fundamentals (3)
  • GMGT 576 - Statistics for Managers (3)
  • GMGT 579 - Organization Structure and Process (3)
  • GMGT 580 - Economic Foundations and Practice (3)
  • GMGT 585 - Managerial Finance (3)
  • GMGT 590 - Operations Management (3)
  • GMGT 680 - Marketing Concepts and Strategy (3)
  • GMGT 681 - Business Strategy and Policy (3)
  • GMGT 682 - Integrated Advanced Financial and Accounting Analysis (3)
  • GMGT 683 - Process Management (1.5)
  • GMGT 684 - Project Management (1.5)
  • GMGT 685 - Leadership Development (3)
  • GMGT 694 - Capstone Project Experience (3)
  • PHAR 3117 - Introduction to Pharmacy Practice (1)
  • PHAR 3120 - IPE: Team STEPPS (0)
  • PHAR 3122 - Pharmacy Calculations (2)
  • PHAR 3135 - Healthcare Delivery (3)
  • PHAR 3142 - Principles of Pharmaceutical Science (4)
  • PHAR 3144 - Systems Pharmacology I (4)
  • PHAR 3148 - Biosystems I (4)
  • PHAR 3217 - Top 200 Drugs II (1)
  • PHAR 3218 - Introduction to Diversity (1)
  • PHAR 3226 - State Pharmacy Law (2)
  • PHAR 3227 - Drug Information (2)
  • PHAR 3240 - Biosystems II (4)
  • PHAR 3242 - Pharmaceutics (4)
  • PHAR 3244 - Systems Pharmacology II (4)
  • PHAR 4112 - Applied Pharmaceutics I (1)
  • PHAR 4135 - Communications and Counseling Skills (3)
  • PHAR 4139 - Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience I (3)
  • PHAR 4144 - Systems Pharmacology III (4)
  • PHAR 4157 - Applied Pathophysiology and Therapeutics I (5)
  • PHAR 4212 - Applied Pharmaceutics II (1)
  • PHAR 4236 - Population-Based Healthcare (2)
  • PHAR 4238 - Self-Care & Natural Products (3)
  • PHAR 4244 - Systems Pharmacology IV (4)
  • PHAR 4257 - Applied Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II (5)
  • PHAR 4339 - Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience II (3)
  • PHAR 5113 - Critical Evaluation of Medical Literature I (1)
  • PHAR 5119 - Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience III (1)
  • PHAR 5120 - IPE: SBIRT (0)
  • PHAR 5125 - Ethics in Pharmacy Practice (2)
  • PHAR 5137 - Concepts in Pharmacy Practice I (3)
  • PHAR 5144 - Systems Pharmacology V (4)
  • PHAR 5157 - Applied Pathophysiology and Therapeutics III (5)
  • PHAR 5213 - Critical Evaluation of Medical Literature II (1)
  • PHAR 5219 - Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience IV (1)
  • PHAR 5225 - Federal Pharmacy Law (2)
  • PHAR 5236 - Managing Practice and Personnel (3)
  • PHAR 5237 - Concepts in Pharmacy Practice II (3)
  • PHAR 5267 - Applied Pathophysiology and Therapeutics IV (6)
  • PHAR 6401 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • PHAR 6402 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • PHAR 6403 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • PHAR 6701 - Community Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6702 - Hospital Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6703 - Internal Medicine Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6704 - Ambulatory Pharmacy Rotation (6)

Total: 169-181 credits (depending on transfer credits)