The application for fall 2015 will open about September 1, 2014. The deadline for admissions will be December 1, 2014. We do not admit students in the spring semesters.
|The Nature & Purpose of Graduate Study
The goal of graduate study at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is to develop the intellectual breadth and specialized training necessary for a career in teaching, research or advanced professional practice. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge, methods and skills needed for scholarly teaching, original research and problem solving, intellectual leadership, creative expression and professional prominence and recognition.
Graduate work generally is identified with a particular discipline but may be broader in scope, involving courses and research in several disciplines. The candidate for an advanced degree presents work conducted in a chosen major area, but it also is expected that he or she will have completed supporting work at an upper-division or graduate-level in one or more relevant areas. The three components of graduate study are didactic coursework, independent study and scholarly research leading to a thesis or dissertation. The proportion of each type of study may vary according to the previous training of the individual student and the nature of the major discipline.
Eligibility & Admissions
Admissibility to The University of Texas at Austin Graduate School is a necessary condition for admission to the College of Pharmacy Graduate Program. The submission of all application materials to the College of Pharmacy Office of Graduate Studies as well as to the Graduate Admissions office will facilitate the application review procedure.
*Pharm D. applicants (those wanting to become pharmacists) should complete the steps for professional student application.
**The Divisions of Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, and Pharmacology & Toxicology do not admit applicants for M.S. degree study.
Research & Graduate Studies
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Graduate students Kelly Daniels, Christine Dao, Michael Sandoval, and Neha Thakore were among the 42 selected nationally to hold the fellowships from a field of 119 applicants.
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