The PhD Degree
Complete course descriptions can be found in the University Course Catalog
|PHAR:4146||Drug Disposition and Pharmacokinetics||2|
|PHAR:4736||Properties of Dosage Forms I (or equivalent)||3|
|PHAR:4737||Properties of Dosage Forms II||3|
|PHAR:4800||Chemical and Biophysical Properties of Drugs||1|
|PHAR:5510||Pharmaceutical Sciences and Experimental Therapeutics Seminar (enrollment strongly encouraged for 1 s.h. every semester for a minimum of four semesters)||4|
|PHAR:5700||Quantitative Research Methods in Pharmacy I||3-4|
|PHAR:5745||Drug Delivery: Principles and Applications I||arr.|
|PHAR:6700||Advanced Pharmacokinetcs and Pharmacodynamics||3|
|PHAR:6710||Pharmaceutics Graduate Seminar||1-2|
|BMED: 7270||Scholarly Integrity/Responsible Conduct of Research I (taken in second year)||0|
|BMED: 7271||Scholarly Integrity/Responsible Conduct of Research II (taken in second year)||0|
Students choose appropriate electives for individual research objectives.
Students take the comprehensive examination between the beginning and end of their third year of graduate study.
The dissertation is defended in a final oral examination.
The MS Degree
The MS degree requires at least 30 semester hours, which may include six semester hours of research. The degree usually requires a thesis. To apply to the MS program, please contact the Graduate Program Administrator directly.