Department of Pharmacy Practice

HOSS Academic Programs

B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Administration 

Pharmacy Administration focuses on the business of pharmacy healthcare. Students are prepared in the foundational sciences of pharmacy, including pharmacology and medicinal chemistry, in addition to anatomy and physiology, chemistry, biology, physics, and calculus. However, the curriculum in the junior and senior years of the program focuses on the healthcare landscape and the business of healthcare, along with foundational business classes including economics, management, marketing, finance, sales, business statistics and analysis, accounting, organizational behavior, and an industry-based internship.

Learn more on the BSPS program's webpage

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences 

The Master’s degree in Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences has a research focus. A thesis is required for graduation, and most students complete one or more manuscripts for publication by graduation. The faculty represents the diverse opportunities within this discipline, and each faculty member has an established record of research and publication and is nationally recognized in his or her area of interest. Students choose a track for their educational focus in outcomes research, pharmacoeconomics, social and behavioral sciences, or business administration. Tuition assistance and cost-of-living stipends are available competitively. Learn more about the program.



  Varun Vaidya, Ph.D.
  Program Director
  Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences
  Phone: 419.383.1516
  Fax: 419.383.1950
Last Updated: 7/21/21