MS in Pharmacology Virtual Information Session

    Monday, April 17, 2023 at 3:00 PM until 4:00 PMEastern Daylight Time

    Georgetown University’s MS in Pharmacology program is a one-year, non-thesis degree program that offers a foundation of rigorous coursework as well as the option to do research or tailor the curriculum with a selection of elective courses from across our biomedical departments. 

    Our typical cohort of 15-20 students benefits from a small class size in our main pharmacology courses and receives personalized attention from our faculty, whether in the classroom or in the laboratory. Core courses are taught by a team of departmental faculty and researchers, many of whom also teach in the medical school.

    Our alumni continue on to further education (PhD, medical, and other health sciences) or take positions in the public and private spheres, such as at the NIH, FDA, pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies, and university laboratories. Of students pursuing further education, 65% are accepted either during the program or within 1 year of graduation, and 85% are accepted within 3 years.

    Join our information session to learn more about what we have to offer you!
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