We advise students to begin one of our graduate certificate programs to see if the field of nanotechnology is a good fit. Grades earned within a graduate certificate program of a “B” or better may be transferred into a Graduate Degree Program, with approval from the Program Director. *Up to 12 credit hours may be transferrable.
Check out the list of Graduate Certificates offered at the College of Pharmacy: https://health.usf.edu/pharmacy/graduate-programs/graduate-certificate-programs
Yes, to set up an appointment with the Graduate Programs Recruiter visit https://health.usf.edu/pharmacy/prerequisites/advisor-appointments
Appointments can be conducted in-person or by phone.
General Track - Provides a foundation in pharmaceutical sciences and nanotechnology for students planning to enter a professional program.
Entrepreneurship Track- Provides the opportunity to complete an internship in the field for students seeking work in industry. Prior research experience is preferred
Research Track- Provides students an opportunity to do original research, ideal for those wishing to enter academia or pursue advanced degrees.
Biomedical Engineering Concentration- Provides a foundation in pharmaceutical sciences and nanotechnology from an engineering perspective, ideal for those wishing to work in academia, industry, or pursue advanced degrees.
Drug Discovery, Development, Delivery & Manufacturing (D4M) Concentration - Provides students an opportunity to do original research in D4M areas, ideal for those wishing to work in academia, industry, or pursue advanced degrees.