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Thesis-Based Degrees Courses

 

Table 1. Core Courses for Pharmaceutical Sciences Program

(Thesis-based M.S. and Ph.D.)

 

Department Course Title Course # Semester Hours
Pharmaceutical Sciences Topics in Pharmaceutical Sciences 8000
1-3 s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Survey of Pharmaceutical Sciences 8001
1 s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Analysis 8002
3 s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Statistics Various
3 s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar in Pharmaceutical Sciences 8051
1-2* s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacogenomics 8113
2 s.h.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Introduction to Pharmacokinetics 8127
3 s.h.
School of Medicine Biochemistry 8203
3 s.h.
    total:
17-20* s.h.

 

*M.S. to take 1 s.h.; Ph.D. to take 2 s.h.

 

Table 2. Courses approved to satisfy requirements in the Department of Pharmceutical Sciences

 

Department
Course Title
Course #
Pharmaceutical Sciences Physical Pharmacy
8006
Pharmaceutical Sciences Principles of Pharmacokinetics
8008
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Manufacturing I
8003
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Manufacturing II
8004
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
8005
Pharmaceutical Sciences Applied Biopharmaceutics
8007
Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced Medicinal Chemistry I
8009
Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced Medicinal Chemistry II
8011
Chemistry Organic Mechanisms
5202
Chemistry Organic Syntheses
5205
Chemistry Physical Methods in Organic Chemistry
5201
Chemistry Organometallic Chemistry
8202
Chemistry Heterocyclic Chemistry
8205
Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacodynamics
8111
Pharmaceutical Sciences Introductory Pharmacology

 

Pharm.D.

Pharma-

cology 1

Physiology (School of Medicine) Principles of Physiology
5851
Molecular Biology and Genetics Cancer Biology
8451
Biochemistry (School of Medicine) Fundamentals of Molecular and Cell Biology
5005
Physiology (School of Medicine) Concepts in Molecular Physiology
9809
Physiology (School of Medicine) Cellular Pharmacology
9703

 

 

Table 3. Approved elective courses (Thesis-based M.S. and Ph.D.)

(Additional courses may be taken with approval of Thesis Advisor AND the Office of Graduate Studies)

 

Department
Course Title
Pharmaceutical Sciences Physical Pharmacy II
Pharmaceutical Sciences Modified Release Dosage Forms
Pharmaceutical Sciences Drug Dosage Forms
Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced PK Modeling I
Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced PK Modeling II
   
Pharmaceutical Sciences Abuses of Drugs and Chemicals
Pharmaceutical Sciences Radioisotope Methodology
Pharmaceutical Sciences Metabolism of Drugs and Chemicals
Pharmaceutical Sciences Introduction to Toxicology
Chemistry Advanced Instrumental Methods
Chemistry Chemical Kinetics
Chemistry Special Topics in Organic Chemistry
Chemistry Chemistry of Natural Products
Chemistry Statistical Thermodynamics
Molecular Biology and Genetics (Medical School) Molecular Genetics
Pharmacology Molecular Biological Receptors
Pharmacology Neuropharmacology
Molecular Biology and Genetics (Medical School) Molecular Biology of Signal Transduction
Computer & Information Sciences Bioinformatic (Machine learning)

 

 

Contact the Office of Graduate Studies

Prospective students and for admissions, please contact:

Sophon Din, Administrative Assistant

tuspgrad@temple.edu

215-707-4972

 

Current graduate students, please contact:

Almira Cutler, Administrative Assistant

phscgrad@temple.edu

215-707-4948

 

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

phscgrad@temple.edu

215-707-4948

 

 

 

Temple University School of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Office of Graduate Studies, Suite 528

3307 N. Broad St.,

Philadelphia, PA 19140