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

Students have the flexibility of pursuing direct employment in the pharmaceutical industry, government, and regulatory sectors; continuing with post-baccalaureate training in research-oriented MS and PhD programs (e.g., pharmaceutical sciences, medicinal chemistry, public health, physical and occupational health, kinesiology); or pursuing professional health programs such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine.

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, BSPS 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