Pharmaceutical marketing and management revolves around the business and management side of the pharmaceutical industry. Marketing is an essential element of the pharmaceutical industry–even the best drugs in the world don’t market themselves. While students with formal education in marketing, management and business operations can find career opportunities in pharmaceuticals, there are specific undergraduate and graduate degrees in pharmaceutical marketing and management designed to prepare students for careers in the industry.
The first degree in pharmaceutical marketing and management (a bachelor’s degree) was offered by the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sciences. Today, degrees in pharmaceutical management and marketing are offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels by various schools throughout the United States. A few schools even offers MBA’s in pharmaceutical management and marketing.
Below you’ll find an editor compiled list of the accredited U.S. colleges and universities offering degree programs in pharmaceutical marketing and management.