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Pair your Pharm.D. with a master's degree in Public Health to enhance your clinical
pharmacy education with studies focused on health promotion, policy, epidemiology,
Earning a Pharm.D. concurrently with a Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of
Health Administration (MHA) degree is ideal for a pharmacist who seeks to add public
health principles to professional patient care studies. The combination of these degrees is
highly desirable for students who plan to pursue a career in local, state or national
health-related agencies or practice environments such as hospitals and health systems,
managed-care or community health organizations.
Students can choose from one of the following tracks:
Pharm.D. / MPH in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior
Pharm.D. / MPH in Epidemiology
Pharm.D. / MPH in Health Services Policy & Management
Pharm.D. / MHA
The Pharm.D./MPH and Pharm.D./MHA degrees are offered concurrently between the University
of South Carolina's College of Pharmacy and the Arnold School of Public Health.