Graduate Programs

The College of Pharmacy and Graduate Studies in Health Care Informatics comprise the graduate programs for the College of Pharmacy. The College of Pharmacy curriculum is a four-year doctoral program. The program requires a minimum of 66 prerequisite semester credits in prescribed courses. The Master of Science in Health Care Informatics is a 42-hour, interdisciplinary graduate degree program designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to enhance quality, safety, efficiency and patient-centric health care delivery and outcomes through the use of information technology. Please click below for more information on both programs. 

Professional Studies

College of Pharmacy
Doctor of Pharmacy

Graduate Studies

Health Care Informatics
Master of Science in Health Care Informatics