Along with a PharmD degree, KGI graduates receive a certificate in one of four areas:
The MTO certificate program provides opportunities to develop skills to provide care for patients in rural settings, from underserved populations, in accountable care organizations, and throughout the continuum of care process.
The HCM certificate program offers management training and experience in dynamic healthcare settings. The curriculum emphasizes analytical and problem-solving skills in conjunction with a deep understanding of the healthcare environment.
The HIT certificate program will provide student pharmacists with the necessary skills to become leaders in healthcare technology and to understand the value technology brings to improving patient wellness and healthcare quality while reducing cost and enhancing the patient’s experience.
The MCA certificate program will provide student pharmacists with the skills needed to provide strategic, tactical, and operational direction within medical affairs to expedite the development and delivery of safe and effective healthcare products.