About the Program
The School of Pharmacy offers a master of science online degree in health services administration. This degree is geared toward new and mid-career pharmacists and other health care professionals who want to become department directors, patient safety coordinators and/or directors, regulatory compliance officers, clinical research associates, health outcomes researchers or advance practice pharmacists.
The program also benefits health care workers in fields such as management positions, pharmaceutical sales representatives, medical science liaisons and pharmacy technician educators as well as new clinical faculty at newly established pharmacy colleges.
Available nationwide -- excluding students in Massachusetts -- the master’s program is delivered via a mix of online self-study and online project-based coursework.
The program can be completed in two years of part-time study. Students must travel to the UW Laramie campus for two weekend seminars during the two-year program. Graduates will be expected to complete 30 credit hours of coursework and a comprehensive final exam. Coursework will be completed over five consecutive semesters.
A prospective student should have earned at least a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. To find out more about the application process, click here. To learn more about the program, click here.
Students can choose between different tracks within the program. To find out more about the tracks available for Fall 2017, click on the track listed below:
You can find out more about the program schedule and requirements by clicking here.
For information on Tuition and Fees, click here.
To learn How to Apply, click here.
For program information contact:
David Brushwood, RPh, JD
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