Graduate Programs: MS & PhD

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy graduate programs are designed to educate scientists and future scientists who want to discover new drugs, cure diseases, evaluate therapies, determine the outcomes of treatments or assess healthcare policy. Studies lead to a Master of Science (MS) or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree. We are pleased to have you consider furthering your education with us. We encourage you to explore these pages and hope you find a program that matches your interests and aspirations


The UA College of Pharmacy offers graduate degrees – Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – that prepare students to be researchers. Degrees lead to jobs in industry, academia and government.

Admission & Advising

Meet the people who are ready to help you with admission to and advising for the MS and PhD programs at the UA College of Pharmacy.

Graduate Program Research Tracks

Students in a graduate program focus their studies in one of four research tracks. A dual degree program is also available. Information about where alumni are now is also in this section.

Costs & Financial Aid

Learn about the costs of attending a graduate program at the UA College of Pharmacy and the financial support available to students.

How To Qualify

This section describes the qualifications you need to have before you can be considered for acceptance into a UA College of Pharmacy graduate program. It also outlines the process that the college follows after receiving your application.

About MS/PhD Students

This section describes students in the College of Pharmacy MS and PhD graduate programs. It includes a list of student organizations and a graduate student directory.

For MS/PhD Students

The information in this section is for students who have been admitted to a UA College of Pharmacy graduate program.

How To Apply to a graduate program

Learn about deadlines and procedures for applying to the College of Pharmacy graduate program.



Originally posted: July 15, 2014
Last updated: November 12, 2014
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