“With both my Pharm.D. and my MBA, I aspire to work in the pharmaceutical industry, in either regulatory affairs or health economics and outcomes research.”
Lowder attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate career, so she said it was a no-brainer to continue her education with the Gator Nation. “Not only is the university home to the No. 1 pharmacy school in the state, but also the state’s No. 1 MBA program. UF offers the best in education and resources, and I couldn’t imagine going anywhere else.”
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers four joint degree programs to provide students with advanced training in their interest area of pharmacy. These programs prepare students for leadership positions that demand two degrees, while saving the student time and money in pursuit of their academic goals.