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Pharmaceutical Sciences Minor

The Pharmaceutical Sciences minor offers unique training for students pursuing careers in healthcare and the pharmaceutical industry.

Flexible in design, this minor permits students from science or non-science disciplines to learn about drug science in a variety of contexts.

Students can meet with an advisor from the undergraduate program in order to customize a program that is best for them. The minor in Pharmaceutical Sciences requires a minimum of 12 credit hours. All students must take PHR2500 and fulfill the remaining nine hours from a list of Pharmacy courses, including at least one designated contemporary issues course. Six of the 12 required hours must be at the 3000+ level. Please visit this website for more details about the minor.

The Pharmaceutical Sciences minor must be approved by an academic advisor in the College of Pharmacy. Students can self-schedule an "Explore/Declare a Minor" advising appointment online via OnCourse. If you are unable to schedule through OnCourse, email to make an appointment.

Required Courses

Electives (at least nine hours)