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Contact Information

St John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
8000 Utopia Parkway
St Albert Hall Room 164
New York
United States
New York

Program Application Deadline

March 01, 2020
*We have Rolling admission which means that we continue to accept and review qualified candidates as space permits or until the semester begins.

Program Description

Are you interested in working in academia, healthcare organizations, research institutes, government agencies, healthcare consulting, pharmaceutical industries or even a higher administrative position in clinical settings? You are at the time to make that important decision to find your career direction and Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Pharmacy Administration can help you lead the way.

Welcome to the Department of Pharmacy Administration and Public Health in College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at St John’s University. St. John’s University is one of America’s leading Catholic universities - recognized for superior programs, Vincentian values, and a commitment to service and leadership in health sciences.

Pharmacy Administration is an applied field of study which focuses on the application of theories and methods from pharmacy, healthcare, economics, biostatistics, psychology, epidemiology, and management sciences to evaluate the value of healthcare interventions not only at an individual patient level but also at population level in terms of clinical endpoints, humanistic outcomes, and economic outcomes.

Our program mission is to provide our students with the theoretical knowledge and research skills in Pharmacy Administration, required to advance scholarship that is practice focused, patient-centered, and outcomes-oriented.

At St. John’s University we offer evening classes so students and working professionals can balance work and education. An option to be a full-time or part-time student is also available to students enrolled in our program.

Our program is committed to academic excellence, scholarship, and service to our community.

It’s not too late to act! If you hold or soon will earn a degree in Pharmacy and want to apply your knowledge and skills to pharmacy-related research at a higher level, contact us!

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Institution Information

Fall, Spring

Degree Requirements

Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Two options are offered in the Master of Science degree in Pharmacy Administration

Plan A (research, thesis) – 30 credits
Requires 24 semester hours of course work plus minimum of 6 semester hours of a thesis project

Plan B (non-research) - 33 credits
Requires additional course work in lieu of the thesis (a total of 33 semester hours of course work, exclusive of prerequisites). Students in Plan B are required to take a final comprehensive exam for graduation.

Degree Information

On Campus
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing (includes Pharmacoeconomics, Health Economics and Outcomes Research)
  • Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance
  • Public Health
Administrative Science, Behavioral Science, Epidemiology, Health Outcomes, Health Policy, Health Services, Pharmaceutical Marketing, Pharmacoeconomics, Pharmacy Care, Pharmacy Communication, Pharmacy Management, Pharmacy Practice, Public Health, Regulatory Science

Program Statistics

Last academic year-country of origin of the accepted students:
Last academic year-graduates job placement:

GRE and Other Tests

Not Required or Recommended
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) – applicants must earn satisfactory GRE, General Exam scores and supply official GRE scores directly from ETS to the Office of Graduate Admission. The school official testing code is 2799.

Letters of Recommendation

Letters of Recommendation – include two letters of recommendation from college/university faculty or a previous or current employer. Reference letters should address the qualities that make the applicant a strong candidate for the Pharmacy Administration, Master of Science degree program and additional relevant information.

Other Admission Requirements

All applicants must meet current admission criteria, and submit the appropriate documentation, to be considered for the Pharmacy administration, Master of Science degree program.

• Graduate admission application.
• Bachelor’s Degree – evidence of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
o Official transcripts are required from each institution attended.
• Minimum GPA – applicants need to have and undergraduate cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
• Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
• Letters of Recommendation – include two letters of recommendation from college/university faculty or a previous or current employer.
• Statement of Goals – submit a clear personal statement in support of the application.

International Students Additional Requirements
• Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam or International English Language Testing System (IETLS).
• World Education Services WES evaluation.

Financial Support

Teaching Assistantship
Financial Aid
Teaching assistantships (TA) covering tuition and stipend are available but not guaranteed for prospective applicants. Assistantships are highly competitive and are awarded based on availability and merit i.e., the competitiveness of the entire application which include, GRE scores, current GPA, and Statement of Purpose. Assistantships may be renewable for up to two years, based upon satisfactory performance each semester.

Background Checks and Drug Screenings

We are not a participating PharmGrad program
We are not a participating PharmGrad program