An undergraduate degree in pharmaceutical sciences can lead to a wide range of rewarding career options...  

Most students in the BSPS program pursue professional health programs such as medicine, pharmacy, and dentistry. Many students continue with post-baccalaureate training in research-oriented MS and PhD programs. Students also have the flexibility of pursuing direct employment in the pharmaceutical industry, government, and regulatory sectors.

Career support is offered through BSPS coursework (Pharmacy 202: "Exploring Careers in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Healthcare" and Pharmacy 302: "Developing Your Professional Self"), COP organizations, faculty advisors, advising appointments, Newnan pre-health drop-in hours, and U-M's Career Center.    


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Friday, June 22, 2018
Friday, June 22, 2018