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.

For the joint Pharm.D./MBA program up to 18 credit hours can be shared between both degree programs through the MBA concentration (12 credit hours) and pharmacy electives (6 credit hours) areas. Through this joint program, students will meet the degree requirements for both programs with a maximum of 185 credit hours depending on an applicant’s course history. Any course waivers will reduce this maximum number.

Joint Pharm.D./MBA

Requirements

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

  • PHAR 3117 - Introduction to Pharmacy Practice (1)
  • 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 - Medical Literature Evaluation I (1)
  • PHAR 5119 - Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience III (1)
  • 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 - Medical Literature Evaluation 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 6701 - Community Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6702 - Hospital Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6703 - Internal Medicine Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6704 - Ambulatory Pharmacy Rotation (6)
  • PHAR 6401 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • PHAR 6402 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • PHAR 6403 - Advanced Rotation Elective (6)
  • 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)

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