The PharmD/MS in Public Health dual degree provides pharmacy students with a solid foundation in health care research and outcomes evaluation. This educational background will help broaden students’ perspective to view health care services in terms of community or population needs, and teach them how to contribute as community health leaders, educators and policy makers, affecting the local, state and national health care systems.
State of the Art Facilities
Campbell University's College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) recently completed construction on a new 42,000 square-foot teaching facility, doubling the space in the College's previous facility. Its three floors house classrooms, breakout rooms, admissions and alumni suites, lecture halls, offices, a faculty resource center, and professional association room. Close to 6,000 feet is dedicated to laboratory space.
Elevate Your Career
By earning a dual degree, students have the opportunity to further develop their leadership skills, better comprehend health care needs and enhance their careers by learning to perceive issues from a broader perspective than their colleagues. The expected job outlook for PharmD candidates is exceptionally bright, with an anticipated 105,800 job openings between 2008 and 2018.