Learn the fundamentals of both pharmacology and toxicology as you research and test new drugs. Work with expert faculty in UToledo’s master’s program.
Learn how drugs affect our bodies and treat disease in the pharmacology and toxicology master’s program at The University of Toledo.
Our unique, two-year master’s program offers courses in both pharmacology and toxicology. Students learn:
Collaborate with expert faculty. More than $1 million in grant money is awarded annually to the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences for research and development. UToledo pharmaceutical sciences faculty members know the ins and outs of clinical trials and research.
Cutting-edge medical campus. Our college is located on UToledo’s Health Science Campus — one of the most technologically-advanced campuses in the U.S. The campus is home to The University of Toledo Medical Center and our medical and nursing colleges. Work in state-of-the-art labs with the latest equipment.
Publish and present research. Students in our pharmacology and toxicology master's program author articles and attend national and international conferences to present their research.
UToledo Center for Drug Design and Development. Benefit from our research partnerships with academic and private-sector scientists trying to develop new therapies.
Financial support. Graduate students may apply for teaching and research assistantships.
The M.S. program in pharmacology and toxicology provides training for careers in research and development within:
UToledo M.S. graduates in pharmacology/toxicology have been employed as:
The GRE is not required for admission, but it is highly recommended that a score be submitted for international students.
UToledo’s graduate students in the M.S.P.S. pharmacology/toxicology program collaborate with faculty to discover new drugs and test drugs. UToledo has academic and research partnerships with universities around the world.
Faculty members are recognized authorities in their specialties. They have research interests in:
Our master’s degree students are required to complete a thesis that includes the collection, analysis and discussion of data. Most students publish their data in peer-reviewed journals.