Cell and Molecular Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics
Our newly revamped Masters Program provides students with a strong foundation in the basics of molecular biology and disease. Students will learn current paradigms in cell signaling, genetic and epigenetic regulation, proteomics, and therapeutics. Our program, which includes 10 credit hours plus a choice of electives for an additional 3 credits, balances didactic training while leaving adequate time for intensive laboratory research.
This program provides a platform for students to bolster their knowledge of biomedical research and to continue their careers in a number of disciplines, such as candidacy to PhD or MD programs, or positions in industry, government, business or law.