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Students will need to consult with their major advisor to discuss discipline tracks and choice of electives within each discipline.
MS students will have the same discipline-specific requirements for didactic courses, responsible conduct of research, and seminar as PhD students. The research and project requirements are different for thesis and non-thesis MS students, and should be discussed with the major advisor, together with choice of electives.
The graduate minor in Biological Data Sciences is highly recommended for several of the Pharmacology research groups.
Students must be proficient in using computers. Insufficient computer skills may be remedied with undergraduate coursework, e.g., CS 101. Students whose undergraduate degree is not in the pharmaceutical sciences or pharmacy must take PHAR 733 and/or 734, Pharmaceutics I and II (winter and spring terms).