Master of Science in Pharmacology: Human Investigation Track

BI 505 - Topics in Biomedical Chemistry*** 3 credit hours
PR 522 - General Pharmacology*** 3 credit hours
CB 570 - Pathologic Aspects of Disease*** 3 credit hours
 
GC 510 - Database Design & Management 2 credit hours
GC 630 - Fundamentals of Clinical Trials 3 credit hours
GC 640 - Research Ethics and Responsible Conduct 1 credit hour
GC 650 - Economic Analysis of Healthcare Interventions 3 credit hours
GC 654 - Pharmacoepidemiology 2 credit hours
GC 660 - Biostatistical Methods of Data Analysis 3 credit hours
GC 690 - Regulatory Issues in Scientific Affairs 2 credit hours
MI 580 - Epidemiology 3 credit hours
PR 525 - Clinical Pharmacology 3 credit hours
 
PR 810 - Laboratory Clerkship 1-3 credit hours
PR 820 - Laboratory Clerkship 1-3 credit hours
PR 830 - Laboratory Clerkship 1-3 credit hours
3 credits total of Clerkship 
   
PR 870 - Master's Research 1-6 credit hours
PR 880 - Master's Research 1-6 credit hours
PR 890 - Master's Research 1-6 credit hours
6 credits total of Master's Research

***This track is for residents and fellows doing post-graduate clinical training. Nine credits are transferred in from their medical school/clinical education.  
We transfer credit for these courses, which are typically taken as part of a medical school curriculum.

GC 630—prerequisite is GC 660

MI 580- prerequisite is GC 660

PR 654—prerequisite is MI 580 and GC 660

*Total number of credits must be at least 40 (this includes the 9 credits that are transferred into the program).