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MS Students will be trained in major areas of modern Pharmacology, including the sub-discipline of Safety
Pharmacology through formal courses, seminars, and training in experimental methods in pharmacology.
Specialization in Safety Pharmacology will require all students to take courses in Pharmaceutical Principles and
Receptors, Systems Pharmacology, Drug Discovery and Development, Principles of Safety Pharmacology, Advanced Safety
Pharmacology, Pre-clinical Good Laboratory Practice, Seminar in Pharmacology and Experimental Methods in
Faculty expertise offers students a wide array of experimental research methods, models and techniques in
cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology; immunopharmacology, cancer pharmacology, environmental toxicology,
translational pharmacology, protein chemistry and structural biology, and gene and stem cell therapies.
Completion of the MS degree will require satisfactory completion of a minimum of 30 semester credit hours of required
and elective graduate level courses, typically completed in about ten months of full-time study. Students admitted
to this program will only need to register for 2 semesters as a full-time student. Students interested in completing
the program on a part-time basis should contact the Program Coordinator.
Career development and networking opportunities for students will be facilitated by participation in job fairs and
interactions with invited speakers from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and contract research
organizations. Job openings and contact information of prospective employers will be provided to students as they
become available. Assistance in effective resume preparation and interview skills will be provided.
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