MS in Comparative Effectiveness Research Heading link
This online master’s degree program provides individuals already working in a pharmaceutical or medical product company, government agency, or in a health care provider organization with the skills and knowledge relevant to conducting comparative effectiveness research (CER) for application in the pharmaceutical and health care industries. CER is the “conduct and synthesis of research comparing the benefits and harms of different interventions and strategies to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor health conditions in real world settings”.
Former Master's Programs Heading link
The following master’s programs are no longer accepting applications.
MS in Forensic Science*
*The College of Pharmacy is no longer accepting applications for the Forensic Science MS program.
This master’s degree program focuses on basic forensic science laboratory disciplines: biology/biochemistry, chemistry and trace (materials) evidence analysis; drug identification and toxicology; and pattern evidence (documents, fingerprints, firearms and tool marks).
MS in Forensic Toxicology*
*The College of Pharmacy is no longer accepting applications for the Forensic Toxicology MS program.
This master’s degree program encompasses focuses on the laboratory disciplines utilized in the analysis of body fluids which will be used to assist in cases which will end up in court, with emphasis on the integration of analytical and interpretative skills.