Academia, Pharmacoeconomic Outcomes and Research, Pharmacogenetics
Specialty Practice Areas:
Investigational Drugs/Clinical Research, Pharmacy Practice, Research
The Purdue University College of Pharmacy offers both Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree programs with majors in (1) Health Outcomes and (2) Translational Research. Graduates from both tracks are highly qualified for careers in academics, industry, government, or other regulatory agencies.
Candidates in the Health Outcomes track are trained to assess problems that can be solved by an understanding of the principles, concepts, and applications of the economic, management, marketing, policy, social, and behavioral sciences. The following specialty focus areas are available: - Health Services - Medication Adherence - Pharmacoeconomics - Pharmacoepidemiology - Educational Assessment
Candidates in the Translational Research track will understand the process of conducting high quality clinical and translational research. The following specialty focus areas are available: - Pharmacogenomics - Precision Medicine - Pharmacokinetic Modeling - Clinical Trials
A Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy/related field or a Doctor of Pharmacy is the minimum degree requirement for admission to the program.
About Purdue University Pharmacy Practice Graduate Program
Named after founding benefactor John Purdue in 1869, Purdue University is a land-grant institution with a worldwide reputation for academic an research excellence.
Purdue's nearly 39,000 students on the West Lafayette campus come from all 50 states and 128 foreign countries. Renowned initially for its programs in agriculture and engineering, Purdue's academic repertoire now includes more than 200 majors in 12 colleges and schools.