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Belmont University | Belief in Something Greater


Successful pharmacies require more than a base in the art and science of pharmacy; long-term career success and responsible patient care requires in-depth training in the art and science of management. This is one of the profession's greatest needs. As a student pharmacist at Belmont, all students will learn foundation principles in management, but within the concentration, you will have the opportunity to work side by side with pharmacists who are managers, and who will teach you advanced personnel management, hospital pharmacy management, contract management, financial management, LEAN management, health economics, quality improvement methods, negotiation skills and presentation skills used in management.