Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmacy - M.S./Ph.D
Ph.D. - Pharmaceutics, Ph.D. - Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Graduate Programs of Study Masters of Science Doctor of Philosophy Medicinal Chemistry Pharmaceutics MBS/MS in Industrial Pharmacy Pharmacology/Toxicology MS in Pharmacy Administration Masters of Science Degree Programs M.S. programs require a minimum of 30 post baccalaureate semester hours; 24 credits of course work, including 2 credits of seminar, and 6 credits of thesis research. The M.S. in Pharmacy Administration, thesis option requires 27 credits of course work, including 2 credits of seminar and 9 credits of thesis research; non-thesis option 33 credits of course work, including 2 credits of seminar. In conjunction with the Graduate School of Business Administration, the department offers an M.B.A./M.S. in Industrial Pharmacy, an 85 credit, non thesis program, requiring concurrent graduate-level enrollment in both the Graduate School of Business Administration and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Fifty-seven credits in core business administration course work and 28 credits of course work in the pharmaceutical sciences are required. Doctor of Philosophy Degree Program Ph.D. programs require a minimum of 60 post-baccalaureate semester hours; 48 credits of course work, including 4 credits of seminar, and 12 credits of dissertation research.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Loans Offered: Duquesne University's Office of Financial Aid provides information regarding loan opportunities. Special military/veteran tuition rates are available for some programs.
Locale: Large City