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Dual/Collaborative Degrees

We offer a variety of dual/collaborative degree programs, which allow you to save time, money and increase your employment marketability by combining two interests into one program.

Students who qualify:

  • Generally have a 3.0 overall GPA or better
  • Have competitive scores on entrance exams such as the GRE and PCAT
  • A bachelor’s degree is not required, except for the PharmD/JD

Dual/Collaborative Degree Programs

The School of Management and the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences jointly offer a five-year program leading to the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD)/master of business administration (MBA) degree. The program provides graduates with the analytical tools and managerial skills necessary to drive their businesses forward and adds exceptional value for those who wish to work in retail pharmacy, hospital settings, or the pharmaceutical industry.

The School Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the School of Public Health and Health Professions jointly offer a five-year program leading to the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD)/master of public health (MPH) degree. Students will select from one of three concentrations:

  • Community Health and Health Behavior - The study of the actions of individuals, groups and organizations which promote health and prevent disease and injury.
  • Epidemiology - The study of factors which influence the determination and distribution of diseases.
  • Health Services Administration - the area involving public health management, practice and policy

The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences offers collaborative programs that involve advanced coursework and intense graduate level research training in the Pharmaceutical Sciences at both doctoral (PharmD/PhD) and the masters (PharmD/MS) level.

The School Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Law School jointly offer a collaborative degree program leading to the doctor of pharmacy (PharmD)/Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Qualified students are provided the opportunity to receive professional training in law, pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences.

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