Safe, effective drugs — that’s the goal of pharmacologists and toxicologists. UToledo’s pharmaceutical sciences program is the most comprehensive in the U.S.
The University of Toledo boasts the most comprehensive undergraduate pharmaceutical sciences program in the nation. Undergraduates learn the science underlying the five major fields in our bachelor’s degree program.
Pharmacology and toxicology is one of the most lab-oriented majors. Students learn:
UToledo pharmaceutical sciences undergrads take classes on Main Campus during their first two pre-professional years. Their final two years are spent on UToledo’s Health Science Campus. The campus is home to The University of Toledo Medical Center and the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
This is a 4+1 combined degree program in which you can earn your B.S.P.S. and M.S. in Law in five years. If accepted into this program, you will:
You apply for the dual-degree program in the summer between your junior and senior year. If accepted, you take graduate courses your senior year and finish the remainder of your master's courses in the year following your graduation from the B.S.P.S. program.
Pharmacology/toxicology students are prepared for careers in:
They are hired as:
Graduates often pursue further graduate study in pharmaceutical sciences, medicine, veterinary medicine, physician assistant, dental, nursing and biomedical sciences.
During their first two pre-professional years, UToledo’s pharmacology and toxicology students take the same classes as students in the other B.S.P.S. degree programs. The curriculum includes courses in chemistry, biology and mathematics.
Pharmacology and Toxicology Bachelor’s Degree Sample Courses
The University of Toledo requires pharmaceutical science students to complete a 10-week internship at the end of their third years. This makes our program unique. Students also learn professional skills through our Institute for Leadership in the Sciences.
This is a 4+1 combined degree program between the B.S.P.S. and the M.S. in Law. Students accepted into this program will carry out the requirements for their B.S.P.S. degree, take their internship in the summer between junior and senior years, and be eligible to take up to nine credit hours of graduate level courses in the M.S. in Law program. Application is made in the summer between junior and senior years, to be eligible to take graduate courses in the senior year. The rest of the master's is taken in the year following graduation with the B.S.P.S. and fulfills the requirements of the Master’s in Law program (30 total credits, etc.).