Pharmacy Practice - Graduate Program
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The Department of Pharmacy Practice at Purdue University has a longstanding claim to national prominence. Graduates of the Purdue program are in great demand. They have been educated in the principles and techniques of research and encouraged to develop sound teaching skills through course work and supervised experience.
At Purdue, the Department of Pharmacy Practice, within the College of Pharmacy, offers Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in the majors of pharmacy administration and clinical pharmacy.
The pharmacy administration program is the oldest in the nation, with the first Ph.D. in the discipline earned by Robert V. Evanson in 1953. Since then, Purdue has granted almost 50 Ph.D. degrees in Pharmacy Administration. The clinical pharmacy program is one of the few active degree-granting programs. Established in 1974, two research areas have evolved: educational evaluation and clinical science.
The Graduate degree program in pharmacy administration educates M.S. and Ph.D. candidates as:
Graduate degree programs in clinical pharmacy educate M.S. and Ph.D. candidates as:
Pharmacists who have earned graduate degrees through the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Purdue have accepted employment in academic institutions, pharmacy practice, professional and trade associations, the pharmaceutical industry, state and national government agencies, and a wide variety of management and research positions related to health service delivery programs.
The Graduate Program in the Department of Pharmacy Practice
Applying for Graduate Study
Graduate Program information from the College of Pharmacy and the University