This new and unique graduate program focuses on advanced training in pharmacokinetics (study of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drugs) and pharmacodynamics (study of drug effects and toxicity in treatment of diseases) to enhance personalized medicine.
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.
|PHC 588 Faculty Research Seminar||1|
|PHC 504 Computational Basis of Pharmacometrics||2|
|PHC 506 Biometry in the Pharmaceutical Sciences||3|
|PHC 512 Pharmacometric Software||2|
|PHC 517 Pharmacogenomics*||2|
|PHC 607 Intermediate Pharmacokinetics||3|
|PHC 610 Population Pharmacokinetics||2|
|PHC 613/PHC 614 Departmental Seminar (1 credit per semester for two semesters||2|
|PHC 615/PHC 616 Research||5 - 10|
|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|