Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day 2019, celebrating achievements, gender parity, and better balance in our world. At the University of Florida, we encourage everyone to pursue leadership roles in their careers and communities. On this celebratory day of May 8, 2019, we are honoring #BalanceforBetter and women’s achievements. It is a collective effort of all who care about human rights.

Whether you are a female seeking the next step in leadership or you know a woman who is ready to advance her career, we want you to know about the University of Florida Online Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy.

We offer flexible learning, done differently.

Online, for working professionals

3 Degree Options: M.S., M.S. + MBA, certificate

4 Specialty Tracks: Managed Care Pharmacy Systems | Applied PharmacoEconomics | Patient Safety in Medication Use | Pharmaceutical Regulation

5 semesters to complete M.S. degree


400 Alumni in global leadership positions

Top-10 Ranked Public University

Top-10 Ranked Pharmacy College

Top Online Education for Bachelors and MBA Program


Is multi-tasking part of your daily challenge? We understand this, and the UF Online Graduate Program is designed for busy people balancing careers, family, and community obligations.

Listen to on-demand informational webinar

Application Deadlines

April 1 for Summer 2019 term; July 29 for Fall 2019 term


Join us and


in striving for a better balance
and a better world


On behalf of the
Online M.S. in Pharmacy Program
Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy
College of Pharmacy
PO Box 100496
Gainesville, FL 32610

Program Phone: 352-273-7810
Direct Phone: 352-273-7811
Fax: 352-273-7811

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