• Ph.D. Curriculum in Pharmacology

    Year 1 - Fall

    Molecular & Cell Biology 5-week Modules

        BIOC:5243 Biophysical Chemistry Module 1
        BISC:5201 Fundamentals of Gene Expression
        BISC:5203 Fundamentals of Dynamic Cell Processes
        BISC:5204 Biostatistics for Biomedical Research

    MPB:5153 Graduate Physiology
    BISC:5265 Critical Thinking & Communication

    Year 1 - Spring

    Principles of Pharmacology 5-week Modules

        PCOL:5135 Principles of Pharmacology
        PCOL:5136 Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics
        PCOL:5137 Neurotransmitters

    PCOL:6250 Advanced Problem Solving 
    BISC:5265 Critical Thinking & Communication
    One Elective Course (students choice)


    Year 2 - Fall

    PCOL:6203 Pharmacology for Graduate Students
    One Elective Course (students choice)

    Year 2 - Spring

    Receptors and Signaling 5-week Modules

        PCOL:6207 Ion Channel Pharmacology
        PCOL:6208 G Proteins and G-Protein-coupled Receptors
        PCOL:6209 Steroid Receptor Signaling
        MCB:6225 Growth Factor Receptor Signaling

    Each Semester

    PCOL:6090 Directed Research in Pharmacology
    PCOL: 6080 Pharmacology Seminar
    PCOL:6015 Topics in Neuropharmacology
    PCOL:6020 Topics in Pharmacogenomics
    PCOL:6025 Topics in Cell Signaling and Cancer
    PCOL:6030 Topics in Cardiovascular Pharmacology
    GRAD:7270 Principles of Scholarly Integrity