Earn Your M.S.in Pharmacy with a major in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Personalized Medicine OR Individualized Medicine with the University of Florida.
On average, completion of the program ranges from 2 to 3 years. However, students have flexibility to complete the courses at their own pace while still working. Students who do not enroll in at least one class for more than two consecutive semesters will become inactive and need to reapply for admission to their program.
Graduates will earn a M.S. in Pharmacy with a major in Pharmaceutical Sciences and a concentration in Personalized Medicine or Individualized Medicine from the University of Florida. Your transcript will read Master of Science in Pharmacy, graduation date, major Pharmaceutical Sciences, concentration Personalized Medicine or Individualized Medicine. Your diploma will read Master of Science in Pharmacy.
Offered entirely online to not disrupt students professional or personal commitments. Courses are asynchronous and designed for working professionals.
The concentration in Personalized Medicine is $448.73 per credit hour plus fees. The concentration in Individualized Medicine is $650.00 per credit hour plus fees. Tuition is subject to change.
Earning a Master’s Degree Online
Completing an online master’s degree with a concentration in Individualized Medicine or Personalized Medicine (Precision Medicine) is a fast and convenient way to pursue your educational and career goals.
At the University of Florida, each course is divided into modules covering specific topics and contains opportunities to enhance learning through discussion topics and case studies while using the vast selection of materials and databases available through the UF library. Students have the ability to interact with course instructors and other students in many different ways using the technology available through the online learning management system.
You’ll learn from clinicians and researchers who are paving the way in pharmacogenomics, precision medicine and comprehensive medication management:
- Courses are taught by 20+ faculty leaders in pharmacogenomics, precision medicine and comprehensive medication management
- $30 million in pharmacogenomics and precision medicine research awards
- More than 1,000 graduate students and clinicians trained/educated through the Precision Medicine graduate program and UF Health Precision Medicine Program, and the Individualized Medicine Program (previously known as the Medication Therapy Management Program).
|Personalized Medicine||Individualized Medicine|
|Format||Fully online, asynchronous with no required campus visits.||Fully online, asynchronous with no required campus visits.|
|Thesis||Non-thesis program; students will complete a comprehensive exam during final semester.||Non-thesis program; students will complete a comprehensive exam during final semester.|
|Minimum Length of Time to Complete||2 years||2 years|
|Maximum Length of Time to Complete||Flexible: up to 7 years||Flexible: up to 7 years|
|Tuition||$448.73 per credit hour plus fees||$650.00 per credit hour plus fees|
|Admission Requirements||Bachelor’s degree (science-related) 3.0 upper-division GPA; Professional Degree Optional.||Bachelor’s degree (science-related)3.0 upper-division GPA; Must hold a Professional Degree.|