The Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Sciences Program aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the discovery and development and manufacturing of pharmaceutical drugs, and their involvement in the treatment of disease.
To educate students who will improve the quality of life of the community through interdisciplinary research that will advance scientific knowledge in pharmaceutical sciences.
- Critical thinking
- Problem solving and decision making
- Communication and informatics
- Ability to work independently and in group settings
Though its graduate profile, the Ph.D. program will develop leaders of innovation and research in the pharmaceutical sciences. The program will provide the opportunity to develop the body of knowledge and skills needed to be successful in future employment in:
- Pharmaceutical industry
The program consists of 60 credits as follows:
|18 (6 semesters x 3 credits)
|Principles of Pharmaceutical Sciences
|Business, Quality and Project
|Principles of Drug Discovery and Drug Development
|Advanced Instrumental Analysis
|Ethics in Research
|Principles In Research Design
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After completion of the core courses, students will enter a mentor-driven, individualized program for their further development, in which they can specialize in one of three tracks. The student will select one of the tracks and carry out a competitive and innovative research project in the area, leading to a Doctoral Thesis. The three different tracks that initially will be offered are:
- Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy
- Molecular Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics
- Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery
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