Health-System Pharmacy Administration
Preparing leaders in health-system administration
Building on clinical competence to develop administrative, financial and leadership skills related to health-system administration, which will enable them to manage complex health-system pharmacy departments at the institutional and department levels.
This 37 semester credit hour health-system pharmacy administration degree program can be achieved two ways:
Master of Science Degree Program
The M.S. degree only track provides flexibility for experienced pharmacists and can be completed in two to four years.
Combined Master of Science Degree/residency Program
The combined M.S. degree/residency program requires a concurrent two-year specialized residency in pharmacy administration at the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus or Akron General Medical Center; both must be completed in two years.
Course topic examples include, but are not limited to:
- Research Methods in Pharmacy Practice
- Financial Accounting
- The Health Care System
- Personnel Management
- Innovation Project I and II