Learn from a leading institution in pharmacogenomics taught by world-renowned experts in the fields of precision medicine, pharmacogenomics and comprehensive medication management. The University of Florida College of Pharmacy offers advanced educational programs and cutting-edge training designed to provide you with a real-world learning experience and skillset to implement comprehensive medication management services while incorporating pharmacogenomics into patient-centered care.
Which program is best for me?
Learn first-hand from world-renowned leaders in pharmacogenomics and precision medicine. The Precision Medicine online graduate program offers students the opportunity to enroll in a Master of Science or a graduate certificate in Precision Medicine.
The University of Florida Individualized Medicine online graduate program integrates pharmacogenomic principles, precision medicine and comprehensive medication management while focusing on patient-centered care.
Programs At a Glance
The master’s and graduate certificate’s application deadline is April 8, 2024. Non-degree applications are due by April 29, 2023.
Choose your program type with our master’s degree, graduate certificate, non-degree and professional continuing pharmacy education options.
Students are accepted year-round, with classes offered in the fall, spring and summer.
Our M.S. programs range from 30-31 credit hours and the graduate certificates 9-15 credit hours.
Our students gain knowledge in aspects of MTM, CMM, precision medicine and pharmacogenomics. Students have both clinical and non-clinical opportunities.
Tuition varies from $448.73 to $650.00 per credit hour hour plus fees.
All courses are fully online and asynchronous, there are no required campus visits and we offer a customizable curriculum to meet your educational and professional needs.
Register for the on-demand version of our informational webinar on the Precision and Individualized Medicine online graduate programs from Oct. 24, 2023. In this webinar, we were joined for a presentation from guest Speaker, Amanda Elchynski, Pharm.D., BCPS for a presentation on "Pharmacogenomics at Arkansas Children's Hospital."
How to Apply to the program
Complete the application intent form once you are ready to begin the application process.
Once you have indicated your interest in the program and semester, start your UF graduate application.
Once you have applied to the program, send over your transcripts so you can be considered for the program.
If applicable, make sure you send in all test scores (such as TOEFL) so your application can be processed.