ALIGNMENT OF GOALS AND MISSION
The mission of the Master of Science in Pharmaceutics with specialization in Industrial Pharmacy is to uniquely prepare students for entry into the pharmaceutical industry or for advanced study in Ph.D. programs in pharmaceutical sciences and related fields. The goals of the curriculum reflect the knowledge, attitudes and skills required for entry-level positions in the field or for admission into a Ph.D. program. Beginning with the acquisition of new knowledge (Goal 1), students will be expected to integrate that knowledge and it apply it to data analysis/interpretation, drug molecule characterization, and dosage form manufacturing and evaluation (Goal 2). The curriculum is also designed to promote a student’s oral and written communication skills (Goal 3) and ability to work as part of a team (Goal 4).
Graduates of the program will be highly sought after by the global pharmaceutical industry to support research, development and manufacturing operations. Program alumni are positioned to assume leadership positions within the pharmaceutical industry as well as within academia, thus further elevating the stature of the Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the College of Pharmacy and of Long Island University as a whole.
English Language Institute
Program Course Sequence:
Year 1 Fall Semester
YEAR 1 SPRING SEMESTER
YEAR 2 FALL SEMESTER
YEAR 2 SPRING SEMESTER (for Thesis students)
YEAR 2 SPRING SEMESTER (for Non-Thesis students)
The following courses may be selected from as electives for the Specialization in Industrial Pharmacy:
Direct Admission (2 semesters - Varies by program) $23,382 - $27,108
Estimated Room, Board & Fees $16,266 - $19,614
Pricing is subject to change