Areas of Specialization

The course of study in the Department of Graduate Pharmaceutical Sciences can vary considerably depending on the area of specialization and the background of the student. Students in the basic pharmaceutical sciences typically enroll in coursework that includes biochemistry, physiology, molecular and cellular systems, biotechnology and pharmacology, while students in the social and administrative sciences are more likely to take courses in public health, statistics, and business. Examples of typical curricula are listed in the Graduate Program Handbook.

Graduate training in the biomedical sciences is also available through the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (GPiBS). Applicants may be considered by both the College of Pharmacy and the GPiBS graduate programs.



Areas of Specialization