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Female students in the MCPHS chemistry lab.

In the News: Female STEM Graduates Earn 70% More

  • At Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS), we are committed to preparing our students for careers in the high-paying, in-demand fields that drive today’s economy.

    According to a new analysis of College Score Card data from the U.S. Department of Education by The Brookings Institution for MarketWatch, female STEM students from MCPHS earn 70% more ten years after enrolling than they would at an average university with students of a similar profile.

    In the article, Market Watches explains why some universities, including MCPHS, are better at getting women into the STEM fields, which stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.

    We are proud to offer degree offerings in a variety of STEM-related fields, including biology, chemistry, which are all designed to elevate the next generation of health sciences leaders.