The PharmD/MS is designed for students aiming to be both pharmacists and informaticians, and encompasses a wide range of informatics practices centered on medication-related patient care and improved health outcomes. The role of the pharmacist has expanded from a dispensing role to that of the drug therapy expert on interprofessional health care teams. Pharmacists are an integral part of interprofessional team-based care in settings where the use of health information technology for medication use processes exists across the continuum of care. Students completing this dual program will have a strong foundation to advance their careers by obtaining knowledge and skills centered on the effective management and delivery of medication-related data across systems that support the medication-use process. Furthermore, students will learn valuable methods for presenting healthcare and medication-related data to increase quality care, reduce costs, and ensure safe and efficient health-system pharmacy services.