The pharmaceutics online graduate program focuses on model-informed drug development (MIDD) and clinical pharmacology and drug development. Students will apply the concepts of pharmacometrics and quantitative pharmacology to better understand how model-based drug development can be applied to help bring new drugs to market more efficiently.
Online Program At a glance
Learn more about our online graduate program in Model-Informed Drug Development.
The MIDD certificate is officially launched! Our next admissions cycle is Fall 2022.
The graduate certificate can be completed in as little as two semesters (fall and spring).
Learn from experts from the No. 1 pharmacy school in Florida and Top-5 ranked nationally with UF’s College of Pharmacy.
Tuition for the graduate certificate is $650 per credit plus fees regardless of residency status.
Feel free to reach out to us with any of your program inquiries.
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This certificate program is designed to allow the learner to master basic pharmacometrics with assignments and case studies that reinforce the concepts and quantitative aspects of pharmacometrics.
This certificate program is designed to allow the learner to master basic clinical pharmacology with assignments and case studies that reinforce the concepts and quantitative aspects of drug development.
How to Apply
Complete the application intent form once you are ready to begin the application process.
Once you have indicated your interest in the program and semester, start your UF graduate application.
Once you have applied to the program, send over your transcripts so you can be considered for the program.
If applicable, make sure you send in all test scores (such as TOEFL) so your application can be processed.