The Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health program combines two programs, allowing students to earn two advanced degrees simultaneously.
|Pharmacy and Public Health, PharmD/MPH||publish||2020|
|Pharmacy and Public Health, PharmD/MPH||publish||2019|
The Northeastern co-operative education (co-op) model is the only program of its kind among U.S. pharmacy schools. PharmD/MPH students participate in up to three co-op experiences (two required pharmacy co-ops and one optional public health co-op), providing one full year of invaluable real-world experience. During the final year of the program, students complete Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs) required of all PharmD programs. Of the six 6-week required rotations, one can be a public health-orientated placement. Additionally, in year five, students take a public health practicum in the fall and public health capstone in the spring.