Clarkson University’s David D. Reh School of Business has partnered with Notre Dame of Maryland University's School of Pharmacy to offer students a joint program which will allow students to pursue a Master’s degree in Healthcare Management.
The program will afford Pharmacy students at Notre Dame of Maryland University to enroll in one of Clarkson’s Reh School Healthcare Management programs — Healthcare MBA, MS in Clinical Leadership, or MS in Healthcare Data Analytics — while they complete their Doctor of Pharmacy degree at their home institution.
Amber Stephenson, Director of Healthcare Management Programs at Clarkson University, said more clinical professionals are seeking pathways to better understand the business of healthcare, which makes this type of program a natural fit for the educational landscape.
“This partnership will offer the ability for future pharmacy professionals to simultaneously pursue their MBA in Healthcare Management, MS in Clinical Leadership, or MS in Healthcare Data Analytics,” Stephenson said. “Together, Clarkson and Notre Dame of Maryland will prepare effective leaders for the increasingly complex healthcare industry.”
For more information on Clarkson University’s David D. Reh School of Business and its professional masters programs, visit clarkson.edu/academics/business.