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Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmacy Practice
Linda L. Norton, PharmD
Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice Coordinator, Pharmacy Fellowship/MS Program
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Master of Science in Health Care Outcomes and Clinical Services

This unique program is designed for those with an interest in academia, a desire to meet the health needs of their community and to conduct scholarly research. There are many graduate and fellowship programs, but few include both in one program.

The program is designed to promote the development of scholars by providing them with the knowledge and analytical skills necessary to evaluate the delivery and use of pharmaceutical/health care products and services, thereby improving medication use, patient-specific outcomes as well as reducing health care costs.

Track Options

  • Emphasis in Health Care Outcomes
  • Emphasis in Clinical Services and Academic Pharmacy

Distinguishing Yourself From the Crowd

Combining a graduate degree with experiential training will put graduates of this program in strong positions when applying for jobs where pharmacists with advanced training are the primary applicants.