Our program has a wide range of courses to ensure our graduates have a well-rounded experience. Below are the required and elective courses we offer.
To view the general requirements for a Ph.D. degree consult the WSU Graduate School Policies & Procedures Manual.
Required core courses
|PharmSci 520||Foundations of Molecular and Cellular Regulations||4|
|PharmSci 577||Responsible Conduct in Biomedical Research||4|
|PharmSci 578||Applied Biostatistics||3|
|PharmSci 579||Principles of Pharmacology||3|
|PharmSci 597||Graduate Research Seminar (each semester)||1 (S/F)|
|PharmSci 800||Doctoral Research / Dissertation||variable|
Electives(minimum of 6 credits required from the following)
|PharmSci 511||Topics in Toxicology||3|
|PharmSci 512||Topics in Pharmacology||3|
|PharmSci 560||Molecular and Cellular Methods||3|
|PharmSci 565||Drug Delivery||3|
|PharmSci 566||Fundamentals of Toxicology||3|
|PharmSci 571||Computer-Aided Drug Design||3|
|PharmSci 572||Fundamentals of Oncology||3|
|PharmSci 573||Principles of Pharmacokinetics and Toxicokinetics||3|
|PharmSci 576||Biophysical methods||3|
Our program accepts transfer credits from other institutions. To obtain these credits a student must get approval from their advisor, the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Associate Dean and the WSU Graduate School.
Additional approved electives
We offer additional electives to meet your career goals. View the list of these approved electives in our Student Handbook.