Pharmacy and Master of Public Health (PharmD/MPH)


Earn two advanced degrees at once

Students enrolled in the joint Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)/Master of Public Health (MPH) Program have the opportunity to take graduate courses in the MPH Program while earning their PharmD.

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Degree type:
PharmD in Pharmacy and
– MPH Master of Public Health

Study options:
– On ground (Boston Campus)

– Full-time, with possible part-time post
PharmD graduation

Application deadline: June 2
Decisions: Rolling

GRE: Not required



Students enrolled in the joint program take classes that meet the curriculum requirements for both a PharmD and MPH. All PharmD/MPH graduates will fulfill the same competencies that guide the MPH program.

PharmD/MPH students work with advisors from both the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the MPH Program to design a flexible program of study that enables them to use their electives strategically to begin graduate MPH coursework.

Generally, your program of study will include:


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Admissions Checklist

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Completed application
All applications must be submitted through the PharmCAS application system. (PharmCAS opens for applications July 11, 2024.)

Official transcripts
Applicants must submit official university transcripts. Transcripts are submitted through the PharmCAS application system.

Personal statement
Applicants must submit a personal goal statement that answers the following questions:

  1. What are your current pharmacy and public health-related career goals?
  2. How will a master’s degree in public health (specifically urban health) help you attain your career goals?

Two letters of recommendation (academic and professional)

Applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation from the following:

  1. A faculty member in a public health-related discipline, recommended
  2. A faculty member in a science related discipline, recommended 

Applicants will be reviewed for interview eligibility once their completed applications are submitted.

For more information and to apply please review the PharmCAS directory.