The MS Program in Pharmacology prepares graduates for positions in research and development, research management, clinical trials, or toxicology review and assessment. Graduates have been accepted into PhD and professional degree programs.
The Master of Science Program in Pharmacology requires the student to complete a minimum of 40 credits and a research thesis. The program may be completed on a part-time basis over a period of two to four years. Students are able to hold full-time positions since the major portion of the course work is offered as late-afternoon or evening classes. Career counseling and guidance is available through the Director's office. Students applying to the program should have taken undergraduate general and organic chemistry courses and at least one biology course. An undergraduate biochemistry course is strongly recommended, but not required.
Applications follow University guidelines. Refer to Admissions for further information.
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Ninth Annual Postdoc Research Symposium
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