Join the Largest Pharmacogenomics Program in the United States

The University of Florida's College of Pharmacy has developed online courses to train current and future leaders in pharmacogenomics and precision medicine. Learn the latest in genomic technologies and precision medicine therapies from well-known and highly-regarded experts, while earning a degree from a Top-10 university.

Pharmacogenomics Testing

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Masters Degree

Earn you masters degree with a concentration in personalized medicine.

Become an Expert

Graduate Certificate

Earn a graduate certificate with a focus in genomics or clinical pharmacogenomics or genomics in as little as one year.

Develop your skills


Take graduate classes as a non-degree seeking student for academic credit that you can transfer to a degree later.

Further your learning

Continuing Pharmacy Education

Licensed pharmacists can hone their clinical skills with contact hours of CPE and earn a pharmacogenomics certificate.


Leading the Way in Precision Medicine

See why the Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine program is a national leader in research and clinical implementation.

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Join us for our Informational Webinar!

Upcoming webinar: Wed., May 27, 12 – 1 p.m. EDT

Precision Medicine Insights: Pharmacogenomic Testing

Register for the second webinar in this quarterly series where UF precision medicine leaders will present, “A Roadmap for FDA Regulation of Pharmacogenomic Testing.” Join us at the forefront of health care and learn how we can position you and your clinic for success in precision medicine implementation.

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Application Deadlines | FAll 2020

Fall 2020 Deadline

Master’s Degree

Apply for Fall 2020 by July 27th.

Fall 2020 Deadline

Graduate Certificate

Apply for Fall 2020 by July 27th.

Fall 2020 Deadline

Non-Degree Enrollment

Apply for Fall 2020 by August 3rd.

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FAQ Concerning the Impact of COVID-19 on This Program

Please review these “Frequently Asked Questions” and reach out with any other questions or concerns that you may have.