The MS and the PhD in Pharmacy are awarded by the Graduate College. Instruction is offered through the College of Pharmacy. Subprograms for graduate research and courses include Drug Discovery and Experimental Therapeutics, Health Services Research, and Pharmaceutics.
The graduate program in Pharmacy strongly emphasizes admission to the PhD degree program. Admission with the objective of an MS degree is only approved in special circumstances, and students seeking this degree are encouraged to contact the graduate program in Pharmacy before applying.
Tuition and fees vary by degree program and the type of student you are.
Most Pharmacy PhD students are provided financial assistance in the form of a graduate assistantship. The assistantship covers tuition and fees and provides a monthly stipend. The assistantship cannot be applied for but is offered at the time of admission.