The Master of Science program is being revised for fall 2016 admission. Details about the program are not yet available.
The Master of Science program in pharmacology requires a minimum of 30 s.h. of graduate credit. The program requires the following core courses.
|PCOL:5135||Principles of Pharmacology||1|
|PCOL:5136||Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics||1|
|PCOL:5204||Basic Biostatistics and Experimental Design||1|
|PCOL:6090||Graduate Research in Pharmacology||arr.|
|PCOL:6203||Pharmacology for Graduate Students||6|
|BIOC:5243||Biophysical Chemistry I, Module I||1|
|BISC:5201||Fundamentals of Gene Expression||1|
|BISC:5203||Fundamentals of Dynamic Cell Processes||1|
Students are expected to gain maximum experience in laboratory research while completing their course work. Satisfactory preparation and oral defense of a thesis based on the student's own research are required for completion of the program.
Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate College; see the Manual of Rules and Regulations of the Graduate College. They should have a g.p.a. of at least 3.00 and a combined verbal and quantitative score of at least 312 on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test. Applicants should have completed undergraduate courses in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, and mathematics.
Admission to the graduate programs is determined by the faculty after receipt of a completed formal application and interview (if appropriate) by faculty members or other designated individuals. Each application is reviewed individually. Some standard admission criteria may be waived for applicants who possess outstanding credentials in other areas.