The PharmD/MPH recognizes the growing synergy between pharmacy services and public health practices and reflects the growing interest among professionals to seek advanced graduate training in research methods, leadership, and population health.
- Students may complete the degree on a full-time or part-time basis. PharmD/MPH students complete 33 credits (11 courses) of MPH coursework. Additionally, students work closely with faculty to design and complete an independent Capstone project on a topic of their choice.
|PharmD/MPH Public Health Practice Generalist|
|PBH 501||Foundations of Public Health||3|
|or POP 500||Essentials of PopulationHealth|
|PBH 504||Fundamentals of Stat for Rsrch||3|
|or POP 505|
|PBH 506||Fundamentals of Epidemiology||3|
|PBH 509||Foundation of Policy&Advocacy||3|
|PBH 520||Program Planning & Evaluation||3|
|PBH 613||LPHT Capstone - ILE 1 (Part 1)||3|
|PBH 614||LPHT Capstone - ILE 2 (Part 2)||0|
|PBH 651||Clerkship Applied Practice Exp||0|
|Transferred credits & Program Requirements||12|