College of Graduate Studies
The College of Graduate Studies offers master's and doctoral degree programs and certificate programs through the University and in partnership with NEOMED's university partners.
Graduate Courses of Study
Degree and certificate programs in the College of Graduate Studies accept full-time students in the following programs:
This nine-credit program, which can be acquired in nine months to two years, is ideal for the busy student or health care professional who wishes to combine clinical practice with ethics consultation, education and research.
The main objective of the integrated pharmaceutical medicine degree program is to educate and develop first-rate scholars and independent investigators within an integrated curriculum. Graduates of this program will have a unique perspective on the linkage of pharmaceutical sciences to medical disciplines, especially with regard to disease mechanisms and targets for therapeutic interventions.
This program provides graduates with a foundation of public health skills and knowledge, including analytic skills, research strategies, community assessment methods, program implementation, evaluation and policy development within an ethical and culturally sensitive perspective.
The health-system pharmacy administration degree program offers two tracks; a combined Master of Science (M.S.) degree/residency or an M.S. degree only. Both tracks are designed for individuals who wish to build on their professional competence and enable them to manage complex health-system pharmacy departments at the institutional and department levels.
Awarded through Kent State University, the Biomedical Sciences degree program provides graduate training in five biomedical science disciplines: Biological Anthropology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Neurosciences, Pharmacology and Physiology.
General Admissions Requirements
Admission requirements will vary for each degree program, however the following general requirements should be considered:
- 2.75 GPA for undergraduate coursework
- 3.0 GPA for graduate coursework
- Standardized tests (GRE, etc) or other information may be required for specific programs