The pharmacy administration degree at UToledo blends pharmacy science and business classes. This valuable combination of skills helps our graduates become leaders in healthcare.
If you like science, but you’re a people person and don’t want to work in a lab, consider a pharmacy administration degree at The University of Toledo. We have one of the country’s best undergraduate pharmaceutical sciences programs in the country.
Students come to UToledo not just to become pharmacists, but to become pharmacy leaders. Our pharmacy administration students focus on the business of pharmacy healthcare. Many earn a business minor from UToledo’s acclaimed College of Business and Innovation.
Students build a science foundation their first two years. They take the same pre-pharmacy classes as students in UToledo’s four other pharmaceutical sciences majors.
Students focus on the healthcare landscape and the business of healthcare during their final two years. They take foundational business classes and graduate with a broad skill set that can be applied to a variety of careers.
Pharmacy administration graduates are often employed by:
UToledo pharmacy administration students take two years of pre-pharmacy courses, including pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, anatomy and physiology. During their final two years, they complete business courses, including economics, management, marketing, sales, and business statistics and analysis.
All undergraduate students in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences are required to complete 10-week internships. There are opportunities locally and even internationally. Students must participate before they go in UToledo’s Institute for Leadership in the Sciences to learn the professional skills they need in the workplace.
Pharmacy faculty members are active researchers and encourage students to participate. Lab experience is valued by many employers.