Jul 12, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pharmacy, Master of Management in Health Care/PharmD


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Dual Degree: MM and PharmD


Note: Graduate students participating in a dual degree program must adhere to the admissions and academic policies of each graduate program that are consistent with policies for dual degree programs. For additional information see the Dual Degree Programs section in this catalog. Only currently enrolled PharmD students are eligible to apply.

Summary of business and pharmacy graduate courses for a dual degree program MM and PharmD:

Courses from the College of Pharmacy Curriculum (155 hours):

See courses listed under the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum.

Up to 21 hours of the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum apply toward the dual degree. Of the required 21 hours, the costs are covered by the College of Pharmacy tuition.

Courses from the Master of Management in Health Care (15 hours):

See the Master of Management in Health Care (MM) course descriptions under the College of Business. College of Business tuition rates apply.

Specific Master of Management in Health Care Courses Required:

BU 6533      Leadership and Organizational Behavior (3)

BU 6523    Managing Human Resources (3)

ICM 5053   Conflict Management in Health Care Setting (3)

HA 6173    Process Improvement in Health Care (3)

PHAD 3nn6    Directed Work Experience - Pharmacy Business Management (6)

Three Hours from the following Master of Management in Health Care Courses:

BU 6323     U.S. Health Care System (3)

BU 6303     Health Services Management (3)

HA 6113     Health Policy (3)

BU 6333     Health Care Financial Management (3)

HA 6123     Health Care Analytics & Analysis (3) 

HA 6143     Health Care Innovation & Entrepreneurship (3)

HA 6133     Strategic Use of Health Care Information Systems (3)

HA 6153     Leadership & Ethics in Health Care (3)

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