To enroll in an undergraduate certificate program—offered in Drug Delivery, Drug Discovery, and Drug Disposition and Metabolism—you will need to complete an enrollment questionnaire and submit it to the College of Pharmacy's Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE). You may pre-enroll by sending us your questionnaire before you have completed the certificate's prerequisite courses.
You will need a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and to earn minimum grade of B- in all prerequisite course work . If you would like to enroll in an undergraduate certificate program but do not meet these requirements, please contact Maureen Donovan, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education.
You are free to register for a certificate course at any time after you have completed all of the specific course's prerequisites. However, the course will not count toward the certificate until your enrollment questionnaire is approved. After being enrolled, students must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 in all required courses.
Students may count a maximum of six semester hours of coursework from another major, minor, or certificate toward the College of Pharmacy certificate.
The certificate requires the completion of a minimum of 16 semester hours in 7 required courses.
The certificate requires the completion of a minimum of 16 semester hours in 10 required courses.
The certificate requires the completion of a minimum of 16 semester hours in 9 required courses for the Kinetic Processes and Modeling track and 10 required courses in the Toxicology track.