The MS Program in Pharmacology prepares graduates for positions in research and development, research management, clinical trials and toxicology review and assessment.
Application Process & Deadlines
Applications for our Master's Programs are considered on a rolling-admissions basis throughout the year, and newly matriculated students may begin coursework in any academic term.
A decision is typically reached two to three weeks from the time the application is complete.
Applications are now available.
DECEMBER 15 - Spring
APRIL 15 - Summer
AUGUST 15 - Fall
The Master of Science Program in Pharmacology prepares graduates for positions in:
- Research and development
- Research management
- Clinical trials
- Toxicology review and assessment
Graduates have been accepted into PhD and professional degree programs.
The MS Pharmacology Program also offers a track in Human Investigation. This track is for residents and fellows doing post-graduate clinical training.
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.
The program may be completed on a part-time or accelerated (coursework) schedule over a period of 1.5 to four years. Courses are offered late afternoon/early evening and meet once per week, allowing students the flexibility to work while taking classes or devote their full attention to their studies. Flexibility is the key.
Applications follow University guidelines. Refer to Admissions for further information.
All of our master's programs are designated Professional Science Master’s (PSM). PSM is a graduate/ professional degree grounded in science and designed for a variety of career options in business, government or non-profit organizations. The degree combines advanced coursework in science with an array of professional skill-development activities aligned with the needs of 21st century employers.