The program of study consists of a minimum of 60 semester hours
beyond the bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 30 semester hours
beyond the master’s degree, exclusive of prerequisites and
dissertation research. The course work for each student consists of
a core curriculum and a specialization curriculum which is
determined in consultation with the faculty mentor. In some cases,
students may be
required to complete more than the minimum number of credits in
their area of specialization or a minor field of study in order to
make up any deficiencies which may exist.
- PHS 212 Applied Biopharmaceutical Chemistry 3 cr. or
PAS 241 Advanced Biopharmaceutics 3 cr.
- PAS 252 Biostatistics 3 cr.
- PHS 251 Seminar in the Pharmaceutical Sciences 0 cr.
- PHS 253 Seminar in the Pharmaceutical Sciences 0 cr.
- PHS 254 Seminar in the Pharmaceutical Sciences 1 cr.
- PHS 256 Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory 3 cr.
Total 10 cr.
All core requirements must be completed within the first two
years of study. The specific curriculum for a specialization area
will be determined in consultation with the doctoral student’s
|Residency||24 credits or equivalent in a 24 month period (including
|Time Limit on Credit||Seven Years|
|Minimum Credit in Semester Hours||15 credits of course work beyond the MS. Degree plus basic
requirements in area of Specialty subject to the Doctoral
Committee; 45 credits|
of course work beyond the
|Graduate Record Examination||Required|
|Minimum of 15 credits of|
(PAS 950, PHS 950)