Cranston, R.I. – May 2024 – Enrollment Advisory Group (EAG) is pleased to announce the expansion of its representation agreement with Nova Southeastern University (NSU) to include graduate and professional programs in the Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy (COP).

NSU offers a variety of degrees from master’s, professional, and Ph.D. programs. Students can earn an M.S. degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, which offers three sequences: Molecular Medicine and Pharmacogenomics; Drug Development-Pharmaceutics; or Social and Administrative Pharmacy. Pharmaceutical Affairs offers another M.S. degree, a one-year program for individuals who have completed a bachelor’s degree with strong science content and are interested in acquiring knowledge and skills in the biomedical field, with a focus on health care and pharmaceutical agents.

A Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and experience they need to excel in the ever-evolving field of pharmacy. Students will engage in patient-centered care techniques, leadership training, and real-world clinical practice while developing career-advancing relationships among NSU’s health care teams. Two tracks are available: entry-level or advanced standing. The entry-level program includes a four-year curriculum, which prepares students for careers in pharmacy. The advanced standing program caters to pharmacists who have completed their education and obtained their licenses in their home countries.

There is also an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Pharmaceutical Sciences that focuses on pharmaceutics, pharmacology, pharmacogenomics, pharmacoeconomics, and health outcomes. Students can choose a sequence-specific training concentration that matches their interests, from molecular medicine and pharmacogenomics to drug development (pharmaceutics) to social and administrative pharmacy.

“EAG is proud to strengthen its graduate representation with Nova Southeastern University,” stated Jeff Greenip, EAG Executive Vice President. “The pharmacy programs at Nova Southeastern are top-notch and they prepare students for variety of careers including pharmacy practice, research, academia or industry.”

Faculty leaders in the College of Pharmacy instruct students in areas such as cancer, cardiovascular, and neuroscience research, pharmacoeconomics, secondary database analytics, HIV, and care transitions. NSU’s program takes a holistic approach, and students acquire skills in team dynamics and interprofessional collaboration while earning certifications to become practice-ready. The College of Pharmacy is also the largest and most-requested travel study program of any college of pharmacy.

“We are pleased to partner with the Enrollment Advisory Group to further diversify our graduate student population, said F. Jouseph Sliba, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for the College of Pharmacy. “EAG has been recruiting students for NSU’s undergraduate and other graduate programs, and we are looking forward to working with EAG’s team to grow our student population.”

Students will apply through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS) or Pharmacy Graduate Application Service (PharmGrad) portals. More information about the requirements and application process can be found here (scroll down to NSU Graduate Studies). For questions about COP’s graduate programs, please contact Gurpreet Kaur (India) at or Sonjoy Deb (all other countries) at

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