Hmmm... Really interesting requirements, pharmaceutical2005 - it looks like you have a strong background already. And we've got what may be the perfect solution: the Vanderbilt Masters in Finance.
Vanderbilt is considered one of the very best business schools for healthcare - they're not widely recognized as a top MBA program but in the healthcare sector they are hard to beat. And, they have a one-year Master's that looks pretty much ideal. The main drawback for you is that the vast majority of students are very young - many with no post-college work experience. You might not find that to be the best environment, since you won't really be studying with your peers; you'll probably be the oldest one on your team at all times. So maybe it's not a perfect fit after all... but in some perspectives it might be.
The other business schools with a solid healthcare/pharma specialization are Yale, Duke, or UNC K-F -- however it doesn't appear that they've got non-MBA Master's programs that would be suitable. We didn't study their websites extensively though so those might be good to explore in case any have relevant offerings that appeal to you.
The other program to consider is LBS MiF - minimum requirements are 2 yrs in a finance job but if you have had ANY relevant finance-ish experience then it's possible they might consider you. If you start studying for your CFA, for example, and / or take some courses to begin the prep work, then it might convince the adcom to give you a chance.
Another option is Columbia's Master of Science in Financial Economics - it's much more academically focused than you may want and it's also a 2-year program.
So that should give you some help in moving forward with your research. Let us know if we can answer questions for you along the way.EssaySnark
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