The MS Translational Pharmacology program prepares graduates for careers as members of drug development research teams.
This 100-percent online program has a translational pharmacology focus – bridging across “the discovery, development, regulation, and use of pharmacologic agents to improve clinical outcome, and inform optimal use of therapeutics in patients.” (www.ascpt.org: What is Translational Medicine) Please note the online MS Translational Pharmacology degree is not a lab-based program.
The program is designed for recent graduates as well as professionals. The degree is appropriate for healthcare practitioners as well as those having completed a B.S. or graduate degree in the pharmaceutical sciences or other bioscience-related field.
Two specializations are offered:
Clinical Pharmacology and Clinical Trial Design, and
Toxicology and Safety Pharmacology
Applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the University’s Online Programs State Authorization webpage or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out whether their program of interest is available in their home state. Please check back often, as the College and University are aggressively pursuing authorization in all 50 states.