Dr. Paul Trippier (Chair and Graduate Program Director), Dr. Corey Hopkins, Dr. Ram Mahato, Dr. Luis Marky, and Dr. DJ Murry
The Pharmaceutical Sciences Master of Science program provides students with a course of study involving formal coursework and research. This Thesis-Track program takes generally takes two years to complete, during which MS students are actively involved in weekly seminars and journal clubs.
Students complete a series of core courses and a thesis research project, as well as at least 1 elective (which may include graduate courses offered at the University of Nebraska Omaha and/or Lincoln campuses) with the approval of their Advisory Committee.
- Completion of coursework
- Completion of the comprehensive examination
- Completion of a research project consistent with a master's level achievement
- Completion and successful defense of a master's thesis
|IPBS 801||FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMOLECULES (required only if the student has not taken undergraduate/graduate biochemistry or failed to achieve a grade of B or higher in that course)||3|
|PHSC 845||QUANTITATIVE PHARMACUETICAL ANALYSIS||3|
|PHSC 885||PHYSICAL PHARMACY||3|
|PHSC 910||PHARMACOKINETICS AND BIOPHARMACEUTICS||3|
|PHSC 960||CURRENT TOPICS IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (each Fall and Spring)||1|
|PHSC 970||SEMINAR (each Fall and Spring)||1|
|PHSC 899||MASTERS THESIS||1-9|
|Electives (minimum of 1 course)|
|Students will work with their Advisory Committee to determine the appropriate elective courses|