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The graduate program in Pharmaceutical Sciences encompasses a multidisciplinary approach to graduate training, culminating in the M.S. degree. Access website here.
The program of study leads to either a joint (dual track) Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)/M.S. or to an M.S. degree only. The program of study is tailored to the individual needs of each student and is based on the background and career objectives of each student. Students will complete a series of required and elective courses and will perform original research. Furthermore, students will be required to submit a thesis based on the outcome of their research. The program provides the opportunity for students to specialize in the following areas: pharmacology, toxicology, immunopharmacology, pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, medicinal chemistry, and cell biology.
Types of Degrees: MS or PharmD/MS
Duration: Two years for MS
Number of Credits Required: 33-35 credit hours
Cost: Tuition remission, health insurance and fees paid for by the program
Program Start: August
Enrollment: Please note admittance into this program is highly competetive, with over 100 applications being received annually, for just a few openings.
Application Deadline: March 30
Applicants to the M.S. program in Pharmaceutical Sciences must have a Bachelorís degree or its equivalent from an accredited college or university. Students who are in the Pharm.D. program must be admitted into the Graduate School in order to participate in the joint Pharm.D./M.S. program in Pharmaceutical Sciences. An application should include: