The College of Pharmacy offers four areas of graduate study. The major emphasis of these sub-programs is on research and coursework leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Pharmacy. Our graduates in these areas are exceptionally well prepared for research careers in academia, pharmaceutical and related industries, and government. For information, please see application requirements, deadlines, and costs.
- Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD
- Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry PhD
- Pharmaceutical Socioeconomics PhD
- Pharmaceutics PhD
For access to information and resources for current students (including resource links, forms, and awards), please see our Current Graduate Student Resources page.