Online Master’s Degree
Program Details

Earn your M.S. in Pharmacy with a major in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Clinical Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine online with the University of Florida.


Time

The online M.S. degree requires 31 credit hours. Most students complete the online graduate degree within 2-3 years, but you have up to 7 years to complete the program.

Credential

Online M.S. graduates earn a Master of Science in Pharmacy with a major in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a concentration in Clinical Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine issued by the Graduate School of the University of Florida.

Format

These programs are offered entirely online with asynchronous elements and can be completed anywhere, at your own pace.

Tuition

The University of Florida is proud to offer one of the most competitive tuition rates among online programs in pharmacy. Some courses may require textbooks.


Earning a Master’s Degree Online

Completing an online master’s degree with a concentration in Clinical Pharmacogenomics and 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).