The University of Mississippi
School of Pharmacy Division of Pharmacology

Graduate Degrees and Courses

 


Degrees


·The Division of Pharmacology and the School of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi offer graduate studies leading to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

· Areas of research emphasis include molecular and systems pharmacology and toxicology.

Courses


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

PHCL 341 - Human Physiology & Pathophysiology I
PHCL 342 - Human Physiology & Pathophysiology I
PHCL 343 - Biochemical Foundations of Therapeutics
PHCL 344 - Physiological Foundations of Therepeutics
PHCL 346 - Immunological Basis for Therapeutics
PHCL 347 - Introduction to Environmental Toxicology
PHCL 381 - Introduction to Toxicology
PHCL 440 - Physiologic Case Study for Therapeutics
PHCL 443 - Basic & Clinical Pharmacology I
PHCL 444 - Basic & Clinical Pharmacology II
PHCL 445 - Nutritional Pharmacology

GRADUATE COURSES

PHCL 501 - Principles of Life Science Research
PHCL 541 - Problems in Pharmacology
PHCL 547 - Introduction to Environmental Toxicology
PHCL 563 - Basic & Clinical Pharmacology I
PHCL 564 - Basic & Clinical Pharmacology II
PSY 603 - Quantitative Methods in Psychology I (or
equivalent)
PHCL 611 - Teaching in Pharmacology
PHCL 612 - Teaching in Pharmacology
PHCL 643 - Topics in Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 651 - Studies in Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 652 - Directed studies in Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 661 - Advanced Physiology
PHCL 669 - Physiological Chemistry
PHCL 675 - Principles of Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 676 - Principles of Pharmacology & Toxicolog
PHCL 677 - Principles of Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 681 - Principles of Pharmacology & Toxicology
PHCL 697 - Thesis
PHCL 797 - Dissertation