It’s recommended that students search for a program with a successful history of delivering high-quality online instruction, low student attrition, dedicated full-time faculty, high levels of student satisfaction, and minimal required travel. Unlike correspondence courses, the UF College of Pharmacy’s online learning programs are not self-paced or independent study. The MTM program combines multimedia content and traditional education (instructor-led, structured curriculum) with the convenience and interactivity of online technologies.
Yes. The University of Florida awards the same degree regardless of the delivery method. The traditional campus-based program and the online program both earn a master of science in pharmacy with a concentration in medication therapy management.
The degree plan for the Online Master of Science in Pharmacy with a concentration in Medication Therapy Management is paced to be completed in roughly five semesters (33 credits) or 18 months. Students may take up to seven years to complete their degree. Please note that coursework taken as a nondegree student is also part of the seven year time-frame. If the degree is not completed within seven years the coursework taken prior will expire.
One of the benefits of studying in a small learning community is the special support students receive from peers and faculty. Students typically find that this support greatly helps them to stay on track. Instructors recognizes personal challenges and want to help students to succeed.
Due to the unique blended-model of the curriculum, the University of Florida’s online medication therapy management graduate program does not accept any transfer credits from other universities.
Students may transfer courses taken as a non-degree seeking student in UF’s online medication therapy management graduate program. To transfer courses, students must be accepted into the master’s degree program and earn a grade of “B” or higher in each course.
Taking courses as a non-degree seeking student does not guarantee admission into the master’s degree program.
Students must comply with the standard UF Computer and Software Requirements. Please fill out applications to our programs, registration requests, and all other forms on a computer or laptop. Some students cannot see all necessary information on their mobile device or tablet.
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Students who graduate from the University of Florida’s online Master of Science in Pharmacy in Medication Therapy Management program receive the same prestigious degree as students completing on-campus programs. An online student’s diploma will be identical to that of an on-campus graduate. Prospective students should have full confidence in the reputation of the University of Florida and its groundbreaking MTM program. Many students attend the graduation ceremony on campus to celebrate achieving their tremendous education goal. UF encourages students to attend graduation to celebrate this milestone with their classmates and the faculty and staff of the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida.
MTM students recognize the value and appreciate being part of the Master of Science in Pharmacy Medication Therapy Management program at the University of Florida, a program that is not only accredited by the Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education (ACPE), but part of the highly regarded University of Florida College of Pharmacy, which is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Yes. Some students are computer novices; therefore, the University of Florida provides technical support for its students. In addition to assistance from program staff and Program Coordinators, the University provides technical support telephone as well as by e-mail.
All students in the online medication therapy management graduate program pay $650 per credit hour, plus fees. The University of Florida offers the same quality education as campus-based students receive, but at a distance. UF’s goal is to ensure that all students with the drive and determination to complete our professional program have the opportunity to do so. Visit the Tuition page for details on costs and financial aid.
Yes, the program is one of the most flexible and convenient master’s level programs available. The convenient MTM program is designed to bring the courses to the student. Students can complete most of their studies at their convenience in the comfort of their own home or workplace and do not have to put their career on hold or relocate their family to attend classes.
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