Concurrent Degree Programs & Concentrations

The University of South Florida College of Pharmacy offers both concurrent degrees and concentrations. As environmental changes have resulted in more competitive marketplace for PharmD graduates. Concurrent degree and concentration programs may afford graduates potential for greater differentiation and marketability. A student may elect to declare a concurrent degree or concentration track as early as the second semester of the first academic year. Students are encouraged to speak with their Student Success Coaches to determine which track is best for the student prior to declaring a track.

Concentrations are not offered in areas for which the College is developing Concurrent Degree opportunities through the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy.