Pharmacology (Doctor of Philosophy)
Requirements for Admission to Graduate Studies for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
Year courses in biology, organic chemistry, physics, analytic geometry and calculus; physical chemistry and/or a reading knowledge of one foreign language may be additional prerequisites, depending on the requirements of the research supervisor; and acceptable scores on the general (verbal, quantitative) section of the Graduate Record Examination.
Minimum Requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree
BIOC 301, BIOC 302; GRMD 354; PHRM 301, PHRM 302, PHRM 303, PHRM 328, PHRM 381, PHRM 491; STAT 308. Total of seventy-five credits, to include thirty-five from graded course work and twenty from Doctoral Dissertation Research. Pass oral and written qualifying exams and pre-thesis proposal. Successful Dissertation Defense.