Medical Pharmacology MS Program

Freeman

Robert Freeman, Ph.D., Director

The overall objective of the MS program in Medical Pharmacology is to help talented college graduates develop stronger, more competitive academic portfolios for entry into professional programs in medicine (MD or DO), dentistry (DDS or DMD), veterinary medicine (DVM), or pharmacy (PharmD)], or PhD programs in the biomedical and health sciences.

Program Highlights

  • Two semester (9 month) program culminating in MS degree in Medical Pharmacology
  • Advanced instruction in cell and molecular physiology, medical pharmacology, and human anatomy
  • Core courses taught by the same faculty who teach 1st year medical students 
  • Wide variety of elective courses available to tailor your program
  • Exposure to the latest advances and breakthroughs in medical pharmacology through participation in journal club and seminars
  • Acquire expertise in a specific area of interest through completion of a primary literature-based Master’s thesis essay
  • Professional development activities and opportunities tailored towards assuring achievement of your career objectives
  • Financial assistance to reduce the cost of professional school exam preparation courses 

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