Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)
- A four year professional program (preceded by two years of pre-professional coursework) focusing on patient-centered practice and science and evidence-based practice
- Dual degree program intended to provide special expertise in public health
PhD in Pharmaceutics
- Doctor of Philosophy degree program is a research-based program that offers students the opportunity to obtain advanced education and participate in research in the areas of Physical and Applied Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, and Drug Disposition. Students join the PHD program directly and do not need to complete the MS program prior to admission.
PhD in Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Doctor of Philosophy degree program in clinical research, emphasizing the integration of clinical and basic research
PhD in Pharmaceutical Socioeconomics
- Doctor of Philosophy degree program with an interdisciplinary approach in studying healthcare with an economic/social-psychological basis
PhD in Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry
- Doctor of Philosophy degree program in the chemistry and biology of drug discovery
MS in Pharmaceutics
- Master of Science degree program with didactic education and laboratory experiences in Physical and Applied Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, and Drug Disposition. Students with a degree objective of PhD have a better chance of admission than students with a degree objective of MS. The MS program maintains a very small cohort of students, and a very limited number of positions are available for admission each year. It is not necessary to have first earned an MS degree in order to be eligible to apply to a PhD program. MS Students can select from either a thesis or non-thesis program of study. Students interesetd in pursuing the PHD are discouraged from applying to the MS program.