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Why Choose Our Programs?
The GRE is no longer required for any of our graduate programs.
Our program is formatted with the working professional in mind. Take classes on your schedule, at your pace.
Our program is focused on helping pharmacists and health care professionals interact and communicate with patients directly.
Students are accepted year-round with classes offered every Fall, Spring and Summer.
The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Personalized Medicine (30 credit hours) was designed to meet the needs of those working in a healthcare or industry setting, research, teaching, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students. The program explores topics in pharmacogenomics, genomic technologies, medical genetic implementation and other clinical applications of precision medicine. This program is best suited for both clinicians and non-clinicians.
The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Individualized Medicine (31 credit hours) is designed for clinicians who want to integrate comprehensive medication management, pharmacotherapy, precision medicine and pharmacogenomics into clinical practice to provide patient-centered care. This program is best suited for clinicians in all practice settings.
You will earn a degree or certificate from one of U.S. News & World Report’s Top 5-ranked public universities and Top 5-ranked pharmacy college.
Courses are taught by faculty in the UF Colleges of Pharmacy, Medicine and Public Health and Health Professions.
Credit hours earned through both certificates can be applied to a M.S. in Personalized Medicine or Individualized Medicine.
The program format allows for students to take classes from anywhere with a 100% online format.
The GRE is no longer required.
This certificate does not accept EEP or State Tuition Waiver.