KU’s Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology offers two ways for people to earn a Master’s of Science degree online without relocating or interrupting their careers.
The department’s literature-based and laboratory-based Distance Master's Degree programs allow students to earn a Master of Science degree in a collaborative academic environment from anywhere in the world. Both programs provide advanced training in molecular, cellular and organ systems pharmacology and toxicology and scientific writing.
The literature-based Distance Master’s program is ideal for students who do not have access to a lab and are unable to relocate to Lawrence, Kansas It is specifically aimed at those who are seeking advanced training for academic or professional advancement.
The lab-based Distance Master’s program is designed for students who are unable to relocate to Lawrence, Kansas but who do have access to a research facility at a company, university or computational facilities that would enable them to generate novel data for a laboratory-based M.S. thesis. The lab-based program is for those seeking career advancement in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry.
Learn more: https://pharmtox.ku.edu/distance-masters-lab