Our MS program is for students who have previously earned a BS degree and wish to acquire high-impact positions in research, industry, education and health care settings.
The MS program is research-focused, immersing our students in diverse aspects of drug action, from drug discovery to various elements of drug evaluation.
You must satisfactorily complete at least 30 graduate credit hours for the MS degree. Required courses with a grade lower than a B- will not count toward the minimum credits.
|First Semester |
Students will be registered for these fall courses and will have a graduate course advisement meeting with the Director of Graduate Studies.
|PHC 588 Faculty Research Seminar (waived if PHC 488 within 3 years)||1|
|PHC 613 Pharmaceutics Seminar ||1|
|PHC 615 Pharmaceutical Sciences Research |
Credit hours may be adjusted based on work. Consult with your advisor.
Remaining Required Courses
|Minimum departmental didactic credit hours excluding research, laboratory courses, seminars and tutorials ||10|
|Minimum credit hours from other departmental courses, laboratory courses and department electives ||5 |
|Minimum research, seminar and tutorial courses ||15|
|Minimum total credit hours||30|
|Satisfactory completion of a research project, including approval of the Project Committee after submission of a written project report, presentation of an open seminar and oral defense|
For class options, see PHC on the Class Schedule.