The Best Pharmacy Schools Online

The University of Florida's groundbreaking program offers the only specialized Master of Science degree available in the emerging field of Medication Therapy Management.

Our two-year online Master's in Pharmacy in Medication Therapy Management (MTM) will help you impact the treatment of each patient, lead MTM efforts in your organization, and increase your professional marketability. You will learn to participate in a new service-delivery model that enhances the role of the pharmacist and the outcomes of patient care, to collaborate with other healthcare professionals, and advance the pharmacist-patient relationship.

Our innovative online curriculum is designed for immediate workplace application and will empower you from the first day of class to lead your organization in the latest MTM practices. Through our program, you will explore advanced pharmacotherapy of complex diseases, geriatrics, evidence-based medicine, outcomes assessment, medication safety, communication practices, and reimbursement aspects of MTM, while discovering how to transform your practice model to integrate MTM services.

Designed for your busy schedule, our two-year, online program is flexible – so you can maintain your work, family, and personal commitments while you go to school.

Get started today – and earn the first specialized Master's in Pharmacy in Medication Therapy Management from one of the top pharmacy schools in the nation.

Since 1994 the University of Florida's highly successful Working Professional Doctor of Pharmacy (WPPD) program has prepared pharmacists to become leaders in the emerging role of pharmacy in the patient care process.

While most working professional Pharm.D. programs just bridge the degree gap, the advanced content of the University of Florida program complements your practice experience for a higher level of competence and autonomy. With a focus on proactive disease state management, you will learn a consultative approach to identifying drug-related problems and systematically applying drug knowledge to resolve and prevent these problems.