PhD in Pharmaceutical Science Sample Curriculum (Pharmacotherapy Division)

 

Year 1 – Summer (3 credit hours)

PGS 182W, Ethics in Science and Clinical Practice, Professor Jim Koeller

PGS 185D Responsible Conduct of Science, Dr. Christopher Frei

PGS 185J, Advanced Pharmacotherapy Lab Research, Supervising Professor

Year 1 – Fall (9 credit hours)

PGS 196S, Seminar in Pharmacy (Pharmacotherapy), Dr. Jennifer Seltzer

PGS 292E, Clinical Research Design Methods I, Dr. Stephen Saklad

PGS 398T, College Teaching Methodology, Dr. John Kuhn

PGS Elective, Instructor

Year 1 – Spring (9 credit hours)

PGS 196S, Seminar in Pharmacy  (Pharmacotherapy), Dr. Jennifer Seltzer

PGS 292F, Clinical Research Design Methods II, Dr. Stephen Saklad

PGS 383Q, Statistics in Translational Science, Dr. Christopher Frei

PGS 191Q, Pharmacy and its Disciplines, Dr. Carlton Erickson

PGS Elective, Instructor

 

Year 2 – Summer (3 credit hours)

PGS 381V, Communication Skills for Translational Scientists, Dr. Jennifer Seltzer

Year 2 – Fall (9 credit hours)

PGS 196S, Seminar in Pharmacy (Pharmacotherapy), Dr. Jennifer Seltzer

PGS Electives, Instructor

Year 2 – Spring (9 credit hours)

PGS 196S, Seminar in Pharmacy (Pharmacotherapy), Dr. Jennifer Seltzer

PGS Electives, Instructor

 

Year 3 – Summer (3 credit hours)

PGS Electives, Instructor

Year 3 – Fall (9 credit hours)

PGS Electives, Instructor

Year 3 – Spring (9 credit hours)

PGS Electives, Instructor

 

Year 4 – Summer (3 credit hours)

PGS Dissertation, Supervising Professor

Year 4 – Fall (9 credit hours)

PGS Dissertation, Supervising Professor

Year 4 – Spring (9 credit hours)

PGS Dissertation, Supervising Professor

 

 

For a current copy of our Guide to Graduate Study for the PhD in Pharmaceutical Science Program, please contact Professor Jim Koeller.

Jim Koeller, M.S.
Pharmacotherapy Division Graduate Advisor
210- 567-8339
koeller@uthscsa.edu

 


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