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Admission to the Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Industrial Pharmacy Option at The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences occurs during the fall semester only. Graduate Applications are accepted until February 1 of each year for the next fall term; complete applications are reviewed between February 15 and March 15 for fall admission.
Applications for admission must contain:
- Three (3) letters of recommendation;
- TOEFL scores above 550, for the paper exam, 213 for the computer exam and 80 for the internet-based exam (the paper and computer exams are given a higher ranking) as required by the graduate school (IELTS scores are no longer accepted);
- A statement of the candidate's goals and ambitions as they relate to the program;
- and GRE test results with scores above 1100 - 1350.
Admission to the program does not guarantee the availability of funding during the tenure of the student.
Funding for graduate students is accomplished in one of two (2) ways:
- Teaching Assistantships - this funding includes a waiver of tuition, but not student fees, and a stipend provided by the graduate school for approximately 20 hours per week of specialized service to the College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Pharmacy Practice department. There are only 2-3 of these positions allocated per year. This funding is only given to entering graduate students for a maximum of five (5) semesters.
- Research Assistantships - to date this category of funding has not been available to masters students.