The Public Health Pharmacy program gives you an opportunity to complement your pharmacy degree with a Master of Public Health. This dual degree path offers training in health education, health promotion, and disease prevention interventions. You customize the MPH degree by choosing electives that will enhance your career goals and interests.
The MPH portion of the dual degree is 42 credits and the School of Public Health allows you to transfer up to 14 credits from your PharmD curriculum to the MPH, with approval. The remaining 28 credits are taken as a public health student from the School of Public Health.