Tailored for working professionals, these graduate programs highlight unique and in-demand areas within the pharmaceutical industry.
Online Graduate Programs
Master’s Degree and Graduate Certificate Options
The forensic science graduate program is the largest and most prestigious forensic science program globally. It has earned the Award of Excellence in Distance Education from the American Distance Education Consortium and the Outstanding Leadership Award from the U.S. Distance Learning Association.
Advance your career in drug discovery, design and development. Faculty with extensive backgrounds in both pharmacy and the pharmaceutical industry cover topics across three specializations.
Ideal for health care professionals employed in emergency rooms, clinical trials and poison control centers, the clinical toxicology graduate program covers the theory associated with the evaluation and treatment of poisoned or overdosed patients.
Gain the patient care and business skills needed to become a leader in the groundbreaking field of medication therapy management (MTM). Topics covered include comprehensive medication management, business principles of medication therapy management, literature review and evaluation, and patient-centered care.
Expand your career to health economics, managed care, pharmaceutical regulation, policy, sales, benefits management, patient safety, risk management, value communications and more. Select from five unique and in-demand specializations offered with the master’s degree and graduate certificate options, including a concurrent M.B.A. path.
The online pharmacogenomics and precision medicine program trains current and future leaders in this rapidly evolving field. Learn about the latest in genomic technologies and precision medicine therapies from well-known and highly-regarded experts at the University of Florida.
The pharmaceutics online graduate program focuses on model-informed drug development (MIDD) and clinical pharmacology and drug development. Students will apply the concepts of pharmacometrics and quantitative pharmacology to better understand how model-based drug development can be applied to help bring new drugs to market more efficiently.