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Non-thesis Based M.S. in
Pharmaceutics (Part-Time) or QA/RA

How to Register for Pharmaceutics Courses


First Time Registration: Submit the QA/RA registration form AND the state residency form. Both of these forms can be found under here. You may also obtain these forms by calling the QA/RA Office at 267.468.8560. All registrations are processed on a first-come/first-served basis. The QA/RA staff will call you if there is a problem with your registration. Your registration is confirmed, when you receive a bill from Temple. You may also register in person at our Open Houses.


Continuing Registration: If you have previously completed a QA/RA course at the Fort Washington campus, you are eligible to register through OwlNet. This computerized registration system enables you to register yourself for classes or change your schedule on-line. OwlNet registration information is mailed directly to your home.


Course Scheduling: Fall and spring courses are offered one night per week over a fifteen-week semester. All classes meet for a total of 36 hours; depending upon the faculty member's schedule, the class may meet 10 times for 3 ½ hours, 12 times for 3 hours, or 14 times for 2 ½ hours. Classes may start anytime after 4:30 pm. Our weekend courses are scheduled on either Saturday and Sunday. The M.S. in QA/RA program can be completed entirely through weekend or weeknight courses. Students are welcome to take courses from any grid.


Summer Sessions: Summer sessions begin in mid-May and run through August. Required and elective courses are scheduled each summer, enabling students to start the program any time of year. All summer classes are scheduled to meet for 36 hours.


The Non-Matriculated Graduate Student Waiver Formpdf icon must be completed by all students who have taken 9 credits in the Graduate Program. Please download, complete and sign it, and fax it to the Graduate Office (215 707-5620). Students cannot take any additional courses beyond the 9 credit limit until the form is completed and returned to our office.


Contact the Office of Graduate Studies

Prospective students and for admissions, please contact:

Sophon Din, Administrative Assistant




Current graduate students, please contact:

Almira Cutler, Administrative Assistant




Daniel J. Canney, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies





Temple University School of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Office of Graduate Studies, Suite 528

3307 N. Broad St.,

Philadelphia, PA 19140