The Department of Pharmacy Administration

has developed a reputation for high quality related to pharmaceuticals, pharmacy, and health care. The Department faculty routinely employ national mail surveys, focus groups, interviews, and secondary data sets in their research. Students in the program gain expertise in the use of these research methods.

Defining Excellence in Administration

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Persistent Pursuits

Our students have completed 120 dissertations since the founding of the department. These students have redifined and left their mark on the field.

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Strong Minds

Our students have completed 133 theses since the founding of the department. These students have excelled in the workforce today.

Faculty's Research Expertise

Learn more about our research areas and where our faculty are making breakthrough discoveries in their fields.
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Why do research in administration?

Someone should pursue graduate education in Pharmacy Administration to effect meaningful, positive change in healthcare at a systems level. Graduate training empowers us to rigorously address health inequity, access to healthcare, and value in healthcare. Better healthcare evidence can inform better healthcare decisions and help our healthcare system work better for everyone.

Emily Gravlee

Pharmacy Administration Student

Our Partnerships

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The Center for Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management

The faculty and graduate students of the department work closely with the CPMM on various research projects critical to understanding health care issues.

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Undergraduate Research Experience

The program aims to provide educational science research opportunities at the University of Mississippi to undergraduate students seeking research experiences and considering a career in research or academia.

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Project SCORE

Project SCORE seeks to increase awareness of and interest in public health, science engagement, and STEM careers, as well as increase matriculation into higher education STEM programs to enhance and diversify the future biomedical workforce.