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The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has approximately 110 domestic and international graduate students across a variety of programs and concentrations.

A new graduate program in Pharmaceutical Sciences (with concentrations in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery, Pharmacognosy, Chemistry in Drug Discovery, Molecular Mechanisms and Therapeutics, and Forensics) started in 2020, so new students will be in this program.

There are also existing PhD students in the graduate programs in Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy, as well as MS students in the Forensics Sciences and Forensic Toxicology programs.

Graduate students in all of the program have opportunities to work on various research projects, give presentations and seminars, and attend regional, national, and international conferences and meetings.