MS in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences
The goal of the Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSIPS) program is to provide a broad range of opportunities to enhance and integrate your understanding of drug discovery, drug delivery, and clinical pharmacy. You will have the opportunity to take coursework from three premier academic departments in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Michigan:
- Drug Discovery → Medicinal Chemistry department
- Drug Delivery → Pharmaceutical Sciences department
- Clinical Pharmacy → Clinical Pharmacy Translational Sciences department
Students in the MSIPS program benefit from multidisciplinary academic training under the guidance of our renowned faculty members and an assigned faculty advisor. This 32-credit, residential, full-time, one-year academic program (fall, winter, and summer terms) will culminate in a capstone research project and ultimately, a Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences degree from the University of Michigan. Learn more about our curriculum and tracks here.
Interested students are invited to apply through the Rackham Graduate School by February 1 to start in September. More information can be found on our Admissions page and in this prospective student video presentation.