The PharmD/MS in Public Health dual degree provides pharmacy students with a solid foundation in health care research and outcomes evaluation. This educational background will help broaden students’ perspective to view health care services in terms of community or population needs, and teach them how to contribute as community health leaders, educators and policy makers, affecting the local, state and national health care systems.
How to apply
When applying to the Doctor of Pharmacy, submit a PharmD/MSPH supplemental application. If you have already submitted a supplemental but did not apply to the dual degree, simply submit the dual degree change form and send a written request to Emily Drake, admissions coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: All materials must be received by PharmCAS by June 1st, but once PharmCAS is submitted, a dual degree may be added anytime prior to matriculation.
1. Complete a PharmCAS application:Apply to PharmD/MSPH Program
Include: PCAT scores; Three (3) letters of recommendation (at least one letter from a science professor and a pharmacist is strongly preferred.)
2. Complete a free supplemental application:
Include: passport-size photo
Official college transcripts, PCAT scores, and letters of recommendation will transfer over from PharmD application.