The minor in Biopharmaceutical Business will provide a foundation in biopharmaceutical business and marketing practices that can be used in a variety of careers. For example, graduates may find jobs in product development, marketing and brand management in the biopharmaceutical industry. Beyond the biopharmaceutical industry, graduates may apply their knowledge to applied business areas of medical and pharmacy practice, healthcare law, healthcare finance and healthcare consulting.
Students who minor in Biopharmaceutical Business must take a minimum of six upper-division courses in BPSI and/or RXRS, totaling at least 22 units. At least 16 units of course work must be from BPSI and must not overlap with the major, another minor or general education requirements of the undergraduate students. A maximum of 4 units can be met by taking Directed Research (BPSI 490x ).
Only students with a declared major are eligible to apply. Students must be in sophomore standing and have completed a minimum of 32 USC units as an entering freshman or 16 units as an entering transfer student.
Students will select course work in consultation with an academic adviser.
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