Education of the Next Generation

Curriculum with a real-world perspective

Through our graduate-level programs in areas such as drug design, regulatory affairs and entrepreneurship, we are preparing the next generation for academic and corporate careers. Members of the Center for Drug Discovery serve as faculty directors for these courses, enriching classroom and laboratory environments with real-world perspectives.

We offer a multitude of undergraduate and graduate level courses, ranging from the fundamental biology of molecular targets to the design of appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic agents to preclinical testing in animal models to development of good manufacturing practices. The College of Pharmacy additionally offers graduate certificate and non-thesis master's programs in regulatory and quality compliance. An interdisciplinary graduate-level degree in drug discovery is under development.

Courses are available through the following departments:

Clinical Trial Design and Regulatory Affairs (writting INDs for FDA, etc.)

Clinical Trial Design and Regulatory Affairs (writting INDs for FDA, etc.)

Advanced Biopharmaceutics - IPPH 58300

Principles of Pharmacokinetics - PHRM 84600

Drug Development –  TLI 52100

Good Regulatory Practices –  TLI 52200

Quality Management, Audits and Inspections – TLI 52300

Physical Chemical Principles - IPPH 58000

Document and Dialogue of Drug Development and Registration - IPPH 69000
 

Drug Design

Drug Design

Physical Chemical Principles - IPPH 58000

Aspects of Drug Design and Medicinal Chemistry - MCMP 69000K

Drug Discovery and Development I and II - PHRM 46000, 46100

Principles of Pathophysiology and Drug Action - PHRM82400

Drug Classes/Mechanisms - MCMP 54400

Patenting and Commercialization Pathways for Inventions

Patenting and Commercialization Pathways for Inventions

Documents and Dialogue of Drug Development and Registration - TLI 52400