Flexible, innovative Master of Science (MS) program will prepare students for excellence in Healthcare Decision Analysis.
In an effort to accommodate working professionals who want to accelerate skills and expertise, the USC School of Pharmacy now offers a Working Professionals Cohort (WPC) within the Biopharmaceutical Marketing and the Healthcare Decision Analysis master’s degree programs beginning with the fall 2022 semester.
Designed for flexibility, courses are offered on two weekends and select weeknights. Students have the option to participate from campus, home, the office or even while traveling to meet professional work demands. Courses will incorporate collaborative interdisciplinary team assignments, breakout discussions, and engaging lectures taught by expert faculty and guest lecturers.
The Working Professionals Cohort will kick off with an Immersion Weekend at USC August 26–28, 2022, providing an opportunity to meet and build relationships with classmates, faculty, alumni and thought leaders affiliated with the programs and the School of Pharmacy.
To learn more and apply, visit Master of Science in Biopharmaceutical Marketing and Master of Science in Healthcare Decision Analysis or contact Michelle Ton at firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information.
Why did you choose the Healthcare Decision Analysis program?
“The Healthcare Decision Analysis program was recommended to me by a mentor who believed this would be an invaluable career asset to me. As the program was structured with classes on the weekends, I was able to work full-time while obtaining my degree. Upon completion of the program, I have been exposed to more job opportunities and promotions within my field.”
MS Healthcare Decision Analysis ’16
Senior Associate Director of Value Evidence and Outcomes, Boehringer Ingelheim
What inspired you to pursue a master’s in Healthcare Decision Analysis?
“I was drawn to the Healthcare Decision Analysis program because of its focus on the intersection of business, healthcare and pharmaceuticals. I acquired a deep understanding of the healthcare field which has helped me excel in my career in medical affairs. As an added bonus, I was able to easily use my employer’s tuition benefits towards the program.”