Graduate Bulletin

Spring 2022

Admission Requirements of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Graduate Programs

For admission to the Graduate Program in Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, the following, in addition to the minimum Graduate School requirements, are normally required:

A. A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field (biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, physics) with evidence of superior performance in science courses. Coursework in biochemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and physiology is highly recommended.

B. Three letters of reference are required.

C. TOEFL may be required for foreign students. GRE is not required. 

D. Acceptance by both the Department of Pharmacological Sciences and the Graduate School.

E. Only Students accepted into the graduate Ph.D. graduate program = receive stipend support and full tuition scholarships. The current stipend level (2021-2022) is $30,900 and includes health insurance coverage.