MS in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences
The Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences program prepares students desiring expertise in drug development and clinical translation. This program serves as a logical next step for students with strong bachelor degrees in science who may be seeking employment in the pharmaceutical industry. Successful graduates will have a competitive advantage when seeking admission to doctoral and professional programs. In addition, the degree will allow individuals from other disciplines to be competitive for pharmaceutical industry, government or technology jobs because it facilitates an understanding of the science underlying drug development and clinical translation .
Students in the program will benefit from multidisciplinary academic training with courses and exceptional faculty across three doctoral departments in the College of Pharmacy including Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Clinical Pharmacy Translational Sciences. This 32-credit, non-thesis, residential, full-time, one-year academic program will culminate in a Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Interested students are invited to apply through the Rackham Graduate School. More information can be found on the Admissions page.