The Graduate Certificate in Population Health Pharmacy requires the completion of 15 credits, all of which can be applied to the MS in Population Health Pharmacy.
Students can begin the program in the Fall (September) or Spring (January) terms. All courses will be offered online in an asynchronous manner by experienced faculty. Two, 7-week terms will be offered for the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Courses will be offered in a manner that allows students to graduate in as little as 2 years.
- Assess the impact of the determinants of health on medication use outcomes.
- Evaluate medication use in diverse populations using pharmacy informatics, biostatistical, pharmacoepidemiologic, and pharmacoeconomic principles
- Design and optimize strategies to improve health outcomes associated with medication use.
Curriculum: 15 Credits
- can be applied to the MS in Population Health Pharmacy
|HPL 500||US Healthcare Org & Delivery||3|
|POP 500||Essentials of PopulationHealth||3|
|PHP 501||Pharmacoepidemiology 1||3|
|PHP 504||Pharm Informatics&Hlthcre Data||3|
|PHP 505||Pharmacy Benefit Design||3|
Required for the Graduate Certificate in Population Health Pharmacy