The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences offers a combined Doctor of Pharmacy and the Master of Science in Clinical Research (PharmD/MSCR). The goal of this program is to combine the knowledge and skills in both clinical pharmacy and clinical research to allow graduates to distinguish themselves and open a broader set of employment opportunities.
Graduates of the PharmD/MSCR dual degree are prepared for career opportunities in clinical development, medical affairs, investigational drug pharmacy, medical information, health economics and outcomes research, pharmacovigilance, product safety, and academia.
Upon completion of this dual degree, students will receive two degrees, the Doctor of Pharmacy and the Master of Science in Clinical Research.
Students interested in pursuing the PharmD/MSCR dual degree must gain acceptance into both programs. Applicants must complete all requirements for both programs:
The dual degree program is open to accepted and enrolled pharmacy students. Interested pharmacy students must complete a separate application.
It is strongly recommended the PharmD/MSCR Dual Degree students plan to start their MSCR curriculum in the Summer Term.
GRE scores will be waived for students who have a letter of acceptance from the PharmD program. Official college transcripts, PCAT scores, and letters of recommendation will transfer over from the PharmD application.