Published Survey
Submission Number: 306
Submission ID: 306
Submission UUID: 881f2815-4f09-41dc-998c-003badad01dc
Submission URI: /publishedsurvey

Created: Mon, 06/01/2020 - 12:42
Completed: Mon, 07/20/2020 - 23:21
Changed: Tue, 07/21/2020 - 08:21

Remote IP address: 138.88.107.82
Submitted by: Anonymous
Language: English

Is draft: No
Current page: Complete
Submitted to: Published Survey

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  active: 'Yes'
  admin_status: Published
  application_deadline_description: 'While the application is a rolling deadline, applicants who submit their application by January 15 will be considered first'
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      contact_name: 'Sandro da Rocha'
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      contact_title: 'Professor and Director of Pharmaceutical Engineering'
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  deadline_date: '2021-05-15'
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    B.S. entry point that will require a minimum of 83 credits to graduate.
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    M.S. with a thesis entry point that will require a minimum of 63 credits to graduate.
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  institution_name: 'Virginia Commonwealth University'
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    The GRE is not required but students are encouraged to submit their scores as additional evidence of their qualifications. Competitive scores are greater than 300 for combined Quantitative and Verbal and 4.0 Analytical score. The GRE cannot be used in place of other admissions requirements.
    
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    The pharmaceutical engineering Ph.D. program will prepare students to respond to current, emerging and future challenges in the discovery, development and production of pharmaceutical products. The pharmaceutical engineering Ph.D. program will prepare students to respond to current, emerging and future challenges in the discovery, development and production of pharmaceutical products. The program will prepare talent and leaders who can pursue careers in industry, regulatory and nonprofit agencies, as well as academic settings that deal with drug products. The students will engage in a rigorous and cross-disciplinary educational experience that includes foundational and research area specific coursework be empowered with the necessary tools to formulate and answer hypotheses-driven research questions in collaboration with mentors that have special expertise; engage in professional development opportunities to effectively promote and disseminate their work; and be immersed in a research and innovation environment of excellence.
    
    The program will address the growing need for a new generation of researchers trained in cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary science who recognize the need for a team-based approach to solving challenges related to the design and manufacturing of pharmaceutical products.
    
    Graduates will gain the necessary skills and scientific foundation to work in a team-based environment, seek entrepreneurial solutions, and effectively communicate concepts and results. The program will prepare students to work and innovate in areas that create medicines to improve human health including the pharmaceutical industry, medical nonprofits, universities and regulatory authorities.
    
  pgrad_pubpriv: Public
  pgrad_qualify: Required
  pgrad_quant: ''
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  pgrad_thesis: Required
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  program_location: VA
  program_name: 'Pharmaceutical Engineering'
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  school_city: Richmond
  school_country: US
  school_state: VA
  school_street_1: '410 N 12th Street'
  school_street_2: ''
  school_street_3: ''
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  short_name: 'Virginia Commonwealth U-306'
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