Pharmacology (Doctor of Philosophy)
Students interested in Pharmacology are accepted through the Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Science Program. The Pharmacology Department no longer directly accepts Ph.D. students.
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.