Two Distinct Graduate Programs:
Pharmaceutical Science is an interdisciplinary field that includes areas of study in chemical biology and medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, toxicology, pharmacotherapy, health outcomes and pharmacy practice. Students applying to the graduate program in pharmaceutical sciences will select a division-specific training track that most closely matches their interests. The University of Texas College of Pharmacy offers a Ph.D. program with specialization in each of these areas pharmaceutical sciences; and a M.S. degree program that is limited to the pharmacotherapy, health outcomes and pharmacy practice areas of research.
Graduate training in the pharmaceutical sciences program is housed within five different divisions. Students applying to pharmaceutical sciences select a division-specific training track that most closely matches their interests. Visit each of the division homepages to learn more about faculty research and to get details on the division specific graduate program objectives and curriculum.
- Health Outcomes and Pharmacy Practice
- Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry
- Molecular Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery
- Pharmacology and Toxicology
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Translational Science is designed to provide training in the area of translational research toward the goal of applying basic biomedical scientific discoveries into strategies that will improve healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and community health.
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Please contact the Pharmacy Graduate Coordinator for further clarification or questions.