4-year program to prepare students for positions in pharma and health fields
The new program is a joint offering between WVU's College of Business and Economics and the School of Pharmacy. It takes four years to complete, and covers both management and pharmaceutical-specific curriculum.
Students can opt to take business courses either in-class during the evenings or online.
In most cases, students must be accepted into the Pharm.D. program first and then apply for the MBA program.
For more information, please see the MBA/PharmD program webpage.
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