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Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutics — The core curriculum required for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmaceutics consists of the following courses: GPHSC 513 Principles of Drug Action, Design, and Delivery 3 crs. GPHSC 501 Manufacturing Pharmacy 4 crs. GPHSC 502 Pharmaceutical Formulation & Development 4 crs. GPHSC 504 Regulatory Aspects of Industrial Practice 2 crs. GPHSC 507 Exploratory Data Analysis 3 crs. GPHSC 510 Errors and Assumptions in Pharmacokinetic/ Pharmacodynamic Data Analysis 3 crs. GPHSC 511 Compartmental Modeling of Pharmacokinetic/ Pharmacodynamic Data 3 crs. GPHSC 615 Advanced Pharmaceutics 1 3 crs. GPHSC 616 Advanced Pharmaceutics II 3 crs. GPHSC 691, 692 Seminar 4 crs. GPHSC 701 Dissertation 12 crs. A minimum of 6 credits in analytical aspects of Pharmaceutics is required for the Ph.D. degree in Pharmaceutics. Currently, GPHSC 521 and 522 may be selected. Basic courses in Mathematics (through Math 215 Calculus III or its equivalent) and Experimental Design (through Math 555 or its equivalent) are required. The following courses are recommended electives: GPHSC 505 Cosmetic Science and Technology 2 crs. GPHSC 506 Cosmetic Science and Technology Lab 1 cr. GPHSC 509 Pharmaceutical Unit Operations - Solids 3 crs. GPHSC 512 Pharmaceutical Unit Operations - Liquids 3 crs. GPHSC 518 Fundamentals of Pharmaceutical Solids 3 crs. GPHSC 526 Chemometrics 3 crs. GPHSC 570 Drug Mechanisms 3 crs. Chem. 501 Biochemistry I 3 crs. Chem. 502 Biochemistry II 3 crs. Other graduate courses in Chemistry may be recommended as electives.

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