Master’s in Pharmacology
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The Master’s in Pharmacology is a part of the Department of Pharmacology & Physiology. The program is designed to be completed in two full-time semesters. Students have the opportunities to choose the general curriculum or one of the concentrations: Laboratory Research Concentration and Neuropharmacology Concentration.
Career opportunities for masters-level pharmacologists exist in the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, laboratories, as well as biotechnology companies. Students have also applied for PhD or MD programs and used their pharmacology coursework to benefit the program.
Typical matriculants to the program have a BS degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or similar science field. Applicants with an undergraduate degree in any other discipline must show strong performance in basic courses in biology and chemistry in order to be eligible for admission.
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List of required & elective courses for the degree program can be found here.
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