The Graduate Program Office provides a singular point of contact to the four graduate (PhD and MS) subprograms in pharmacy.
Prospective students contact this office for general program information and application instructions. Current students and their advisors use the office as a liaison to the Graduate College, Registrar, Office of Graduate Admissions, International Admissions, International Students and Scholar Services, ESL, and other campus offices. The Graduate Program Office provides uniformity across the four subprograms in admission guidelines and graduation requirements.
The office is headed by the associate dean for research and graduate programs who is the DEO (Departmental Executive Officer) responsible for interpreting and communicating university policy as it affects the four academic subprograms.