The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences offers a PharmD/MBA dual degree with Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. The MBA curriculum is designed to help students further develop their management skills, gain exposure to various areas of business and expand their leadership and problem solving abilities. Students are prepared for careers in health sector management, leadership and policy, as well as owning an independent pharmacy.

The objective of the MBA program is to develop the student’s analytical skills, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making capabilities and to provide the basic knowledge needed for the solution of business problems. The MBA curriculum exposes students to a variety of subjects including economics, organizational behavior, marketing, accounting, finance, management and ethics.

Students have the option to complete a research project in a health care administration area. This allows the student to apply pharmacy and business principles to a managerial health care problem. This option is not available to students pursuing separate pharmacy and business degrees.

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State of the Art Facilities

Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) is situated on main campus in Buies Creek. Pharmacy classes are held in a 42,000 square-foot teaching facility. Its three floors house classrooms, breakout rooms, admissions and alumni suites, lecture halls, offices, a faculty resource center, and professional association room. In addition to traditional learning space, the third floor laboratory space is dedicated to interactive, hands-on learning.

Elevate Your Career

By earning a dual degree, students have the opportunity to further develop their leadership skills, better comprehend health care needs and enhance their careers by learning to perceive issues from a broader perspective than their colleagues. The expected job outlook for PharmD candidates is exceptionally bright, with an anticipated 105,800 job openings between 2008 and 2018.

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