First-of-its-kind outcomes research lab.
UToledo’s groundbreaking lab is known throughout the world. Master’s students work with expert faculty on research that improves patient outcomes and lowers costs.
Students in The University of Toledo’s master’s program in health outcomes and socioeconomic sciences learn to develop more effective, efficient pharmaceutical care.
Our program focuses on research into the managerial, economic, financial, legal and behavioral principles involved in providing pharmaceutical services to patients.
Master’s students choose a concentration in:
Interested students are encouraged to visit the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences to discuss their career plans with the health outcomes and socioeconomic sciences faculty.
Renowned outcomes research lab. UToledo’s Pharmaceutical Care and Outcomes Research Laboratory is the first lab of its kind in the U.S. It has been recognized throughout the world for its cutting-edge economic, clinical and humanistic outcomes research that focuses on programs and practices to lower pharmacy costs and improve patient outcomes.
The lab allows students to apply classroom learning to real-world projects. Student researchers can apply through the lab for scholarships, tuition waivers and stipends.
Graduate assistantships cover tuition and offer a stipend. They are highly competitive.
Graduates of our master’s program have successfully launched careers in a variety of health-care and pharmaceutical fields. UToledo alumni have been employed as:
Our graduates also have gone on to doctoral programs at:
Master’s students can tailor their plan of study to their interests.
Choose electives from management, marketing, economics, finance, accounting, sociology, psychology, mathematics, quantitative methods, computer sciences and business administration.
Graduate students must investigate a pharmacy health-care administration problem and complete a thesis.
All applicants are required to submit GRE scores. Only Fall semester applicants are admitted, and there are no spring semester admissions into this program.
Master’s students have many opportunities for research and hands-on projects. The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has ongoing collaborations with major health groups, the pharmaceutical industry and managed-care organizations.
Student researchers can apply for competitive scholarships, tuition waivers and stipends through the Pharmaceutical Care and Outcomes Research Laboratory.
Master’s student must complete a thesis. Most complete one or more manuscripts for publication.
Faculty members are nationally recognized in their specialties and have diverse research interests, including: