Developing first-rate scholars & investigators
The Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine (IPM) Graduate Program is designed to educate and develop students into leading independent scientists and scholars who can effectively pursue career opportunities in academia, industries, healthcare, and government agencies. The program offers highly innovative training opportunities with nationally and internationally recognized faculty in multiple areas of translational medical sciences. Students are trained through an integrated curriculum with a unique perspective on disease mechanisms and targets for therapeutic interventions in the following focus areas: Neurodegenerative Diseases; Heart and Blood Vessel Disease; Auditory Neuroscience; Musculoskeletal; Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism.
To successfully navigate through the ever-evolving landscape of career opportunities, the IPM program seeks to develop graduates through a ‘tailored’ interprofessional curriculum bridging Pharmaceutical Sciences with Medicine, including immersive extramural internship opportunities with industry and hospital partners, as well as access to a diverse community of research faculty mentors and collaborators housed within state-of-the-art research facilities.
Earn Your M.S. or Ph.D. in Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine
Bridges pharmaceutical sciences & medicine
Research focus areas
Dual degree offerings available
- February 1
- Spring and Fall semesters
- Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in chemistry, biochemistry, or the biological sciences, or related areas
- A combination of majors such as for pre-pharmacy or pre-medicine baccalaureate
- Minimum of 3.0 undergraduate GPA and/or minimum 3.3 graduate GPA
- M.S. 2-6 years
- Ph.D. 3-8 years
Tuition & Costs
- In-state tuition is $638 per credit hour.
- Out-of-state tuition is $649 per credit hour.
- M.S. 45 credit hours
- Ph.D. 90 credit hours
Individuals who have earned a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biochemistry, of the biological sciences or related areas, or a combination of majors such as for a pre-pharmacy or pre-medicine baccalaureate while maintaining a minimum 3.0 undergraduate or 3.3 graduate GPA are eligible to apply.
Learn more about the application process and requirements for the Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine program at NEOMED.
Students can choose from two degree options, Master of Science (M.S.) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), two additional dual degree options are available to NEOMED Medicine and Pharmacy students M.D./Ph.D. or Pharm.D./Ph.D.
Tuition & Costs
Learn more about tuition and the cost of attendance for Ohio residents and non-residents in the College of Graduate Studies at NEOMED.