Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences
Duration1 Year
LevelMasters Program
  • The Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences program prepares students desiring expertise in drug development and clinical translation
  • This program serves as a logical next step for students with strong bachelor degrees in science who may be seeking employment in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Successful graduates will have a competitive advantage when seeking admission to doctoral and professional programs
  • In addition, the degree will allow individuals from other disciplines to be competitive for the pharmaceutical industry, government or technology jobs because it facilitates an understanding of the science underlying drug development and clinical translation
  • Students in the program will benefit from multidisciplinary academic training with courses and exceptional faculty across three doctoral departments in the College of Pharmacy including Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Clinical Pharmacy Translational Sciences
  • This 32-credit, non-thesis, residential, full-time, one-year academic program will culminate in a Master of Science in Integrated Pharmaceutical Sciences
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees3597549 INR
Hostel & Meals796998 INR
Insurance125094 INR
Mandatory Fees31347 INR
Books and Supplies87302 INR
Personal Expenses481480 INR
International Student Fee54930 INR
Application Fee6592 INR
Total1583743 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Completion of a university four-year Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Technology, or Medicine.
  • Completion of a three-year Bachelor’s degree followed by a completed two-year Master’s degree.
  • Three-year Bachelor’s degrees do not meet the minimum requirements for admission to the Rackham Graduate School.
ExamsTOEFL: 84

IELTS: 6.5

Additional info
  • Official transcript
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
    • These should be written by people capable of evaluating your academic progress and potential for graduate study.
  • A curriculum vitae (CV) or resume describes the education, work experience, research publications, teaching experience, professional activities, volunteer activity, community engagement, honors, and awards
  • Official ELP scores
  • Personal Statement must include answers for the following questions:
    • How have your background and life experiences, including cultural, geographical, financial, educational or other opportunities or challenges, motivated your decision to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Michigan?
  • Academic Statement of Purpose
    • The academic statement of purpose should be a concise, well-written statement about applicants academic and research background, career goals, and how this graduate program will help you meet your career and educational objectives
  • International applicants are exempt from submitting an official English proficiency score if:
    • The degree was earned from an institution where the language of instruction is exclusively English
    • This exception does not apply if some classes completed were taught in a language other than English. Verification from the school may be required
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