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Within the Gumberg Library, there is the Maureen P. Sullivan Curriculum Center and other prestigious collections that are recognized locally, regionally, nationally and also internationally. One of these collections, The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, promotes the advancement of phenomenology by collecting and making available in one place all the literature on phenomenology and sponsors continuing research and original scholarship. The other special collections include the Cardinal Wright Collection, the Rabbi Herman Hailperin Collection, and the Honorable Michael A. Musmanno Collection. The University Archives is also part of the Library and is the center for the documented history of Duquesne University. In keeping with its mission and by supporting the traditions of academic excellence and the Spiritan identity of Duquesne University, the Gumberg Library is the primary locus for distinctive intellectual resources, information literacy instruction, and related library services for students. The Library is open more than 100 hours per week for research and study. However, the electronic resources are available 24/7 anywhere on campus and remotely. For more information about the Library’s collections, services, policies, departments, and facilities go to www.library.duq.edu. The website also provides access to the Library’s online catalog, research databases, electronic journals and texts, and Library newsletter.

Application Policies and Procedures The Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences welcomes applications from individuals who have earned a baccalaureate degree in chemistry, biology, pharmacy, allied health sciences, or social/behavioral or business sciences, depending on the proposed field of study. Students are admitted for the fall or spring semester of the academic year. Applications must be received in sufficient time to permit processing and evaluation before enrollment for the preferred semester. Applications for the fall semester which are received prior to February 1 will be given primary consideration. Application forms and materials may be obtained from the Director of Graduate Studies. The completed application and supporting documents (official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate course work, a brief statement of purpose and intent with regard to the specific area of graduate study chosen, three letters of recommendation from persons acquainted with the academic abilities of the applicant, and results of the GRE General Test) must be sent to the Director. All applicants whose native language or principal language of instruction is not English are required to submit their TOEFL scores to the Graduate School. International students who are applying for a teaching assistantship are required to submit their TSE scores to the Graduate School.

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