Skip to content

Master of Science in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership

Educating others is a key responsibility as a pharmacist. Pharmacy students could pursue a career that involves educating future pharmacists in the classroom and the clinical setting. Additional training and knowledge in educational pedagogy can help pharmacy students thrive as classroom instructors and clinical preceptors. In response to this need, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy (UTHSC-COP), and the University of Memphis, Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (UM-ICL), have formed a cooperative program that will enable professional students enrolled in the PharmD program at UTHSC to simultaneously earn a Master of Science degree in Instruction and Curriculum Leadership from the University of Memphis.

  • Courses offered online by the University of Memphis – Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership
  • 30 credit program (8 credits can be applied to the elective requirement of the Doctor of Pharmacy degree)
  • Requirements: Completion of 1 year of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program with a GPA 3.0 or higher

Contact Information:

Dr. DeAnna Owens at dgish@memphis.edu
(University of Memphis)

Last Published: Oct 2, 2020