University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Pharmacology

curriculum

Curriculum

Recommended Schedule

1st Year

Fall

 

Spring

 

Summer

 
  Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits
  Biochem 301 3 Biochem 302 3 Pharm 302 3
  Pharm 381 1 Pharm 381 1 Med Pharm 301 1
  HSF 4        

2nd Year

Fall

 

Spring

 

Summer

 
  Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits
  Pharm 302 3 Pharm 328 3 Pharm 491 x
  Pharm 381 1 Pharm 302 3 Pharm 302(optional) 2
  Elective 3 Elective 3  
  Elective 3 Elective 3  
At this point, students should decide upon a laboratory to join and their Thesis Committee should be formed. Preparation should begin for the oral examination and written examination, which should be completed as soon as possible after the completion of the core curriculum.

3rd Year

Fall

 

Spring

 

Summer

 
  Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits
  Pharm 491 x Pharm 491 x Pharm 491 x
  Pharm 381 1 Pharm 381 1    
During the third year, students should write and defend their pre-thesis proposal to their Committee. When the Committee has decided the student has adequately met all requirements for the PhD degree in Pharmacology, the student will be given Permission to Write the Dissertation. For further details, see the Graduate College website.

Permission to Register for Courses:

All courses are registered on the registrar’s webpage. Permission is required to register for many classes including: Pharm 301, 302, 303, 328, 372, 381, 491, PSLB 301. To do this, send Dr. Anthony Morielli an Email with your social security number and the course number you want to take. He will perform a course override for you, after which you will need to register for the course via the web. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that they are registered properly for their courses and receive appropriate grades. If you need assistance, see Dr. Morielli.

UVM Course Catalog

Other facets of Graduate Education in the Pharmacology Department:

*Participation in Trapp Family Lodge Retreat each November (oral, poster if desired) Attendance at Department Seminars, Examinations, Thesis Defenses, and events Attendance/Presentations at professional meetings. *Participation in lab meetings and journal clubs. *Teaching Opportunities if desired

 

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