The objective of the graduate program in pharmacy administration is to prepare graduates for administrative, managerial, marketing or pharmacoeconomic research careers in the pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy education government agencies, health care institutions, community pharmacies, and pharmacy organizations. Both master's and Ph.D. degree programs are offered. A master's degree is required for admission to the doctoral program.> Read more about the program
Center for Pharmacoeconomic Studies
The center examines the impact of pharmaceutical services and products on patients' quality of life and health care outcomes through cost-effectiveness, cost-benefit, cost-utility and cost-minimization analyses and to disseminate scholarly findings.
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Take Honors at ISPOR meeting
At the annual meeting of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) in Toronto, a team of graduate students in the college's Division of Pharmacy Administration won the student research competition.
Team members include Teresa Mann, Marc Fleming, Meredith Hodges and Lung-I Cheng.
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
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Lawson, associate professor of pharmacy administration, and Martin
Donavon, a teaching assistant in the division of pharmaceutics, were honored recently when they were named recipients
of the Texas Excellence Teaching Awards.
>Read more about these awards.