A PhD degree in pharmaceutics is a research degree. While coursework plays an important role, students become active participants in the science of pharmaceutics in the laboratory.
Students studying pharmaceutical sciences will be thoroughly exposed to the fundamentals of physical pharmacy and pharmaceutics and trained in several specialized areas, including:
With exposure to these facets of the pharmaceutical sciences, successful graduates are poised to understand and assimilate the field of modern pharmaceutics.
Faculty research in pharmaceutical sciences covers a broad range of scientific interests, including:
– Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery (PhD)
– On-ground (Boston Campus)
– Fall semester admissions only
F1 Eligible: Yes
Applicants must have at least two semesters of undergraduate courses (or their equivalent) in each of the following:
A baccalaureate degree or its equivalent in biology, chemistry, medical technology, pharmacy, chemical engineering or a related field.
A minimum grade point average of 3.0 or higher
Three letters of recommendation (academic and professional)
Personal statement of goals and expectations.
Please see application for details.
TOEFL (International Students)
GRE scores are required
Official transcript from baccalaureate program and all college coursework. Applicants who have degree coursework from institutions outside of the United States must submit a credential evaluation. We require the iCAP WES package (World Education Services, Inc.) that evaluates your transcripts course by course.
If you have any additional questions about the graduate program please contact: