Pharmacology

Website: Department of Pharmacology

Research opportunities are available in the following areas: cardiovascular and endocrine pharmacology; clinical pharmacology; neurodegeneration; neurochemistry; neuropharmacology; and psychopharmacology. Students applying for graduate programs in pharmacology should have a strong background in medical sciences which include one or more courses in biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, microbiology or pathology. Students lacking these pre-requisite courses may take remedial courses to strengthen their background, with the approval of the Graduate Chair.

Program Requirements

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Direct Entry

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Non-Direct Entry

Transfer from Master's to Ph.D.