Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Pharmacology and Toxicology Core Classes

Our Master of Science programs in Pharmacology and Toxicology provide students with a career-oriented yet theoretically based education. The core curriculum combines text and literature-based lectures, complemented by laboratory instruction and journal club-type seminars.

The research-based Master of Science program and a leadership/administration Master of Science program are available. All Master of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology candidates, regardless of their chosen track, are required to have an advisor and an advisory committee. The advisory committee will help formulate a study program, provide counseling and evaluate student progress. To qualify for the Master of Science degree, a student must satisfy the requirements of the Wright State University Graduate School as well as all program requirements.

Course Requirements

Clinical Research Track (In approval process)

PTX 7000: Statistics for Health Professionals

6000 level (2 of the following):

  • PTX 6001: Intro to Biochemistry
  • PTX 6002: Intro to Cell Biology
  • PTX 6003: Intro to Pharmacology

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Fall Journal Club

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Spring Journal Club

PTX 7020: Laboratory Management

PTX 7021: Effective Science Writing Part 1

PTX 7022: Effective Science Writing Part 2

PTX 8040: Good Laboratory Practices

PTX 8140: Human Studies Research

PTX 9200: Pharmacology & Toxicology Clinical Research

Clinical Investigation Track (MD/MS)

PTX 7000: Statistics for Health Professionals

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Journal Club

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Journal Club

PTX 7021: Effective Science Writing Part 1

PTX 7022: Effective Science Writing Part 2

PTX 8000: Select Topics-Capstone

PTX 9200: Pharmacology & Toxicology Clinical Research Su1

PTX 9200: Pharmacology & Toxicology Clinical Research Su2

Leader/Administration Track (Classroom or online)

PTX 7000: Statistics for Health Professionals

PTX 7001: Cell Pharmacology Toxicology

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Fall Journal Club

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Spring Journal Club

PTX 7003: Principles of Biokinetics/Biodynamics

PTX 7020: Laboratory Management

PTX 9120: Effective Science Writing Part 1

PTX 9220: Effective Science Writing Part 2

PTX XXXX: External Journal Club

Research Track

PTX 7000: Statistics for Health Professionals

PTX 7001: Cell Pharmacology Toxicology

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Fall Journal Club

PTX 7002: Pharmacology Spring Journal Club

PTX 7003: Principles of Biokinetics/Biodynamics

PTX 7010: Research Techniques

PTX 7012: Intro to Pharmacology Graduate Research

PTX 9001: Pharmacology Graduate Research

Pharmacology & Toxicology GraduateĀ Program Course Electives:

PTX 6010: Intro to Biochemistry

PTX 6020: Intro to Pharmacology

PTX 6030: Intro to Cell Biology

PTX 8000: Leadership Theory & Application

PTX 8001: Lab Safety

PTX 8002: Principles of Biomedical Research

PTX 8004: Medical Chemical, Radiological and Nuclear Defense

PTX 8005: Medical Biological Defense

PTX 8006: Case Studies for CBRN Defense

PTX 8013: Communications in Science

PTX 8040: Good Laboratory Practices

PTX 8060: Six Sigma, Green Belt

PTX 8061: Six Sigma, Black Belt

PTX 8070: Cell Culture Training

PTX 8080: Wound Healing

PTX 8130: NanoMedicine

Last edited on 07/31/2017.