Published Survey
Submission Number: 281
Submission ID: 281
Submission UUID: 20051c04-eb7a-4ccf-a46b-2b43fc8c681a
Submission URI: /publishedsurvey

Created: Wed, 05/20/2020 - 13:36
Completed: Wed, 07/15/2020 - 11:38
Changed: Wed, 07/15/2020 - 15:05

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Language: English

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Contact Information

10627 Diebold Road
Fort Wayne
Indiana
46845
United States
Indiana
  • Name: Julie Cogley-Pifko
    Title: Assistant Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Office: Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Phone (Work): 260-470-2678
    Email: jacogley-pifko@manchester.edu
  • Name: McKenzie Gould
    Title: Graduate Admissions Advisor
    Office: Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Phone (Work): 260-470-2709
    Email: MEGould@manchester.edu
  • Name: Greg Hetrick
    Title: Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management and Community Engagement
    Office: Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management
    Phone (Work): 260-470-2656
    Email: GBHetrick@manchester.edu

Program Application Deadline

December 15, 2020
Yes
$50
The annual admission cycle for the graduate certificate is as follows:
August 18 - PharmGRAD application becomes available
December 15 - Application deadline for Spring Semester
July 1 - Application deadline for Fall Semester

Program Description

The Manchester Graduate Certificate in Pharmacogenomics (GC in PGx) is for health care professionals seeking to enhance, expand, and differentiate their practice and optimize the care they provide their patients.

The GC in PGx is comprised of five cutting-edge courses aimed at providing education into the depth and breadth of pharmacogenomics, so that practitioners can build their competencies and apply important foundational knowledge about PGx to their practice.

The 12 semester-credit-hour program provides approximately 180 contact hours, delivered 100% online. Additionally, these courses can be applied to completion of our Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics Program, which aims to train individuals in a broader leadership role in this exciting field.

Institution Information

Private
Yes
Fall, Spring
  • Manchester University-Fort Wayne Campus

Degree Requirements

12
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required

Degree Information

Distance Pathway/Online
Pharmacogenomics

Program Statistics

0
Last academic year-country of origin of the accepted students:
0
0
0
Last academic year-graduates job placement:
0
0
0
0
0
0

GRE and Other Tests

No
TOEFL or IELTS

Letters of Recommendation

No

Other Admission Requirements

2.7
To be considered for admission to the graduate certificate in pharmacogenomics, candidates must possess a professional degree (medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc.); or a master's degree in science or science related field (genetic counseling, etc.); or a bachelor’s degree in science or a science related field (chemistry, biology, etc.). Degree must be equivalent to a degree conferred by a US accredited institution. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 is required on a 4.0 scale. A minimum science GPA of a 2.7 is required on a 4.0 scale.
Yes

Financial Support

0
None

Background Checks and Drug Screenings

No
No