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Online Programs Offered by the College of Pharmacy
The Pharmacoepidemiology Certificate program is designed for working professionals who are looking to advance their career in either pharmacoepidemiology or pharmacovigilance. The program integrates material from biostatistics, epidemiology, pharmacy, and policy and regulatory science. It is taught by professors from the School of Public Health and the College of Pharmacy, and is 100% online.
M.S. in Comparative Effectiveness Research
The aim of the masters program is to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge relevant to conducting comparative effectiveness research for application in the pharmaceutical and health care industries. It is designed primarily for individuals already working in a pharmaceutical or medical product company, government agency, or in a health care provider organization, who would like to become competent in this new area of research. The program will be 100% online, making it convenient and accessible for working professionals.