Certificate in Pharmacometrics The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
- Health science professionals and students (e. g. PharmD, MS, Ph.D., MD, DO, MPH, PA) with pharmacology/pharmacokinetics background
- International Students.
- Students on F-1 visas are not eligible to enroll in the certificate program.
- Proficiency in English
- Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, PharmD, DO, MD, Ph.D., or other health sciences graduate program
- Calculus (3 semester credit hours)
- Statistics (3 semester credit hours)
- Human Anatomy and Physiology or equivalent (3 semester credit hours)
- Any pharmacokinetics course, at least 2 semester credit hours or demonstrated working experience, i.e. Authorship of peer-reviewed publications
How to apply
- One-page personal statement of interest in the program (maximum 400 words)
- One letter of recommendation from an employer or a professor. Request recommenders submit LOR’s directly to UNTHSC Admissions. Send by email to email@example.com from the recommenders personal/work email account. Or mail a hard copy with a signature across the envelope seal to be an official letter.
- Resume, email to firstname.lastname@example.org title email Your Name, Cert-Pharm, Resume.
- Submit official transcript(s) from all institutions attended. Transcripts must be official, sent directly to HSC from your institution(s).
- Electronic transcripts must be provided directly by your institution or a professional transcript service. Submit via email@example.com.
- Official transcripts by mail should be sent in a sealed envelope with the university stamp across the seal to:
- UNT Health Science Center Attn: Office of Admissions 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107
- A course-by-course WES International Credential Advantage Package (ICAP) is required from any international institutions attended. Choose “University of North Texas – Fort Worth TX” when selecting the recipient(s).
- International Applicants will be required to submit an official TOEFL Language Exam Score; use code 6909 to have your scores sent to HSC.
- $50 application processing fee required
The 15 credit hours (5 courses) online program can be completed in one year (fall, spring, and summer).
- Proficiency in pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic data analysis
- Understand the principles of clinical pharmacology in drug development
- Foundational statistical knowledge required for pharmacometrics
- Proficiency in using various software programs used in pharmacometrics
- Precision dosing tools and applications
Program Tuition Fee
- Clinical pharmacologist
- Regulatory agencies, clinical practice, and the pharmaceutical industry
English Language Requirements
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