The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy offers graduate curricula leading to the doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree in pharmaceutical sciences. Graduate study in the School may be concentrated in:
- Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry
- Molecular Pharmaceutics
- Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics
- Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy
Students are admitted to the UNC PhD program after they have completed an undergraduate degree and have met the criteria for admission as set forth by the UNC Graduate School.
Applicants who have completed a standard collegiate curriculum in pharmacy, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, zoology, or in an allied field in the University, or in other universities or colleges having curricula acceptable to the UNC Graduate School, are eligible for admission to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy graduate program.
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While you have until February 11 to submit your application, we strongly recommend that you apply by December 17 in order to maximize your chances of acceptance and to be nominated for UNC Graduate School fellowships.