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  • Combined Pharm.D./Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ph.D.

    College:
    College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Doctoral Degree
    Location:
    Atlanta
    Format:
    Day

    The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)/Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree Program enables highly qualified students to obtain both degrees in a shortened period of time. This Pharm.D./Ph.D. degree program is designed primarily for students who are strongly motivated toward an academic/research career in the pharmaceutical sciences.

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  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)

    College:
    College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Doctoral Degree
    Location:
    Atlanta
    Format:
    Day

    The Doctor of Pharmacy Program is designed to provide the scholastic expertise and clinical acumen necessary to give high-quality patient-centered care in a variety of settings.

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  • Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health (Pharm D/MPH) Combined Degree

    College:
    College of Health Professions, College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Master's Degree, Doctoral Degree
    Location:
    Atlanta, Online (100%)
    Format:
    Blended (combination of on-campus and online courses)

    Mercer University’s College of Health Professions (CHP) and College of Pharmacy (COP) offer the Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health (PharmD/MPH) combined degree program. For qualified students in the COP, students can pursue a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree concurrently with the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree. The PharmD degree is earned through the COP and the MPH degree is earned through the CHP.

    The MPH degree program is designed to develop students into competent, passionate professionals ready to address the complex and dynamic challenges of public health in neighborhoods and populations in the U.S. and world. The MPH degree will complement the PharmD degree in a manner that will broaden the occupational and professional opportunities of the prospective graduate in community, industry, or institutional practice. The program has been carefully developed to permit concurrent pursuit of both the PharmD and the MPH curricula.

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  • Health Outcomes, M.S.

    College:
    College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Master's Degree
    Location:
    Online (100%)
    Format:
    Online (100%)

    The Master of Science in Health Outcomes is a 30 credit, fully online degree program that offers two tracks: pharmacoeconomics or health outcomes research. Students will take courses covering topics including biostatistics, epidemiology, qualitative and quantitative research methods, health economics and health care delivery systems.

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  • Pharmaceutical Sciences, M.S.

    College:
    College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Master's Degree
    Location:
    Atlanta
    Format:
    Day, Online (100%)

    Mercer University’s College of Pharmacy offers a Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences: a 30 credit, two-year, laboratory-based degree program that offers a thesis or non-thesis track. Pharmaceutical sciences research is increasingly important to the health care industry and aims to optimize patient health and improve drug delivery through innovations in research. This degree program will prepare students with concrete skills and competencies to make them competitive for careers as a level 1 research scientist in the pharmaceutical industry, governmental agencies or academia.

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  • Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ph.D.

    College:
    College of Pharmacy
    Degree:
    Doctoral Degree
    Location:
    Atlanta
    Format:
    Day

    The graduate program leading to the Ph.D. degree in pharmaceutical sciences is designed for students seeking teaching and research careers in academic institutions, the pharmaceutical industry and other health-related agencies. Areas of specialization include pharmacology, pharmaceutics, toxicology, and medicinal chemistry.

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