The WVU School of Pharmacy offers two graduate Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree programs.
Our graduate programs feature multidisciplinary coursework and seminars to provide students with a diversified background in the theories and techniques of contemporary research. In addition, we take pride in our collaborative environment, and maintain a favorable faculty-student ratio to promote collegial interactions among faculty, research scientists, and individual students.
These programs are designed to develop the interests and capabilities of participating students and prepare them for rewarding careers in academic research, teaching, biotechnology, the pharmaceutical industry, health policy and management. We invite you to explore your potential in our program!
Health Services and Outcomes Research (HSOR) Ph.D. program
The Health Services and Outcomes Research (HSOR) Ph.D. program emphasizes research related to the access, cost, quality and outcomes of pharmaceuticals and health services.
Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences (PPS) Ph.D. program
The Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences (PPS) Ph.D. program emphasizes basic laboratory research and training in the biomedical sciences.