Master of Science in Drug Discovery and Development
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Deadline: July 31, 2021
Start Date: August 16, 2021
Application deadline is July 31, 2021
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The Master of Science in Drug Discovery & Development (DDD) (pending SACSCOC approval) is designed for students to gain a systematic understanding of how drugs and medicines are discovered and developed. Benefits of this program include:
- Complete a non-thesis master’s degree program designed for recent college graduates, working professionals and current PharmD students
- Increase understanding of clinical, medical and regulatory affairs in the DDD process
- Empower working professionals to expand roles and responsibilities, and to advance their career
- Expand student’s professional network and competitive advantage through capstone research and industrial internship
Drug discovery and development is the process by which new drugs are discovered, developed and approved for clinical use. It also encompasses the knowledge, skills and techniques required for pursuing the process.
MS-DDD – Recorded Information Session
Hear from HSC College of Pharmacy faculty to learn more about DDD career and graduate program pathways, the science behind DDD, the specific coursework offered, and admissions requirements.
Career Opportunities in DDD
There are many types of job functions involved in the drug development process, and this certificate program will enhance the career options or promote the career advancement of students who complete this program. Opportunities include careers in:
- Bio-Pharma industry
- Contract Research Organizations (CROs)
- Not-for-profit research institutions
- Clinical pharmacies
- Consulting firms
- Medical Science Liaisons
- Regulatory agencies
Who Should Apply?
- Recent college graduates in chemistry or life sciences
- Current PharmD students or other Health Professional students
- Working professionals
Learn about the Certificate in Drug Discovery and Development.
How to Apply
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