Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Major


The pharmaceutical & healthcare marketing major provides students with Co-op and traditional four year options. In each of these offerings, students study the global pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical marketing research, pharmaceutical marketing promotion, the pharmaceutical channels (supply chain) and pharmaceutical marketing strategy.

Adult Learner - Undergraduate


Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing B.B.A.

Adult Learner

Saint Joseph's pharmaceutical & healthcare marketing program brings together industry experts and faculty for a unique, industry-focused academic experience.

With the University centrally located in the mid-Atlantic pharmaceutical and healthcare corridor, connections made through classroom visits and out-of-class experiences have led students to internship and job placements with pharmaceutical companies like GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, and Pfizer as well as supporting ad agencies, data management, and clinical organizations.

Graduate Programs


Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Post-Master's Certificate

Graduate Certificate

This innovative certificate program allows those with a bachelor’s, MBA or a master’s degree in another field to advance their credentials. Students earn their Advanced Graduate Certificate by completing any six courses from our industry-focused curriculum. Classes may be taken online, in-person, or any combination of both formats.  What’s more, these credits may also be applied toward our Pharmaceutical & Healthcare MBA if you choose to pursue the full degree. Differentiate yourself with a skill set that is just as complex, dynamic and innovative as the industry itself.


Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA

Graduate / Online Option

More than just an MBA with a “concentration”, the entire Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing MBA curriculum at Saint Joseph's University is designed for working professionals with established careers in the pharma, biotech, medical device, diagnostics and healthcare sectors.