B.A. Architectural Studies - M.U.P. Plan

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Urban planners work with civic leaders, residents and businesses to develop new solutions to community problems. They help leaders envision the direction their community will grow and find the right balance of new development and services, environmental protection, and innovative change. 

Master of Public Administration and Juris Doctor

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Master of Public Health

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...D. and the M.P.H. programs. They complete the M.P.H. concentration (either...

Master of Public Administration

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Degree Programs

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Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacology and Toxicology

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...P&TX 733 Advanced Pharmacology IV - Endocrinology 2 P&TX 740 Advanced Biotechnology 3 P...

Master of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology

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...2 P&TX 741 Biomedical Statistics (3 credits) P&TX 742 Experimental Pharmacology 4 P...

Office of Graduate Studies

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...Pathology (S.L.P.D.), the Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.), the Doctor...

Master of Urban Planning

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College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

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Regulations

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...earned a cumulative University of Kansas G.P.A. of less than 2.0 immediately...

Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration

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...and an M.P.A. or equivalent degree. Students without an M.P.A. or...

School of the Arts (College of Liberal Arts & Science)

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Doctor of Pharmacy

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...603 3 PHAR 550 4 P&TX 630 4 P&TX 631 3 PHCH 517...

Environmental Studies Program

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...and policy and the regulatory environment. The P.S.M. degree is a unique professional...

Bachelor of Science in Business

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Master of Arts in Geography

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...application for M.A. and M.U.P An interdisciplinary program combines in three years...

Private Support and Endowment

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...Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. The P.G. Czarlinsky Family Award (in memory of...

Bachelor of Music in Music Performance: Brass and Percussion

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...in Music Performance (4 semesters) 0 W&P 325 Wind and Percussion Pedagogy (2 semesters...

Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Performance: Brass and Percussion

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...12 PCUS 965 Doctoral Recitals 3 W&P 708 Special Studies in Percussion Instrument Pedagogy...

Master of Music in Music Performance: Brass and Percussion

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...1 W&P 704 Special Studies in Brass Instrumental Pedagogy (brass majors) W&P 708...

School of Architecture, Design & Planning

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...and Master of Urban Planning (M.U.P.). Undergraduate Scholarships and Financial Aid Awards and...

School of Law

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...Clinic, Advanced Litigation, Legal Aid Clinic. Elinor P. Schroeder. Paul. E. Wilson Distinguished Professor of...

School of Music

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...the school or college. The grades of P, S, U, and I, for which no...

School of Nursing

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...The baccalaureate, master's, and D.N.P. programs also are approved by the Kansas...

Pre-Major Preparation

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...education (sport science/community health) Pre-education (p.e./health teacher education) Pre-engineering Prehealth...

Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering

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...process toward registration as a Professional Engineer (P.E.), to graduate. To help students complete...

Department of Mechanical Engineering

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...necessary to become a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.). The mechanical engineering curriculum builds on...

Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies Program

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...Slavic Literature, Philosophy, and Political Science: Oswald P. Backus (1955-1965); Herb Ellison (1965-1968...

M.D.-Ph.D. Physician Scientist Training Program

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Reserve Officers Training Corps - Air Force

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Master of Architecture (3-year)

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Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care

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Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Performance: Woodwinds

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...6 Recitals (1 credit each) 3 W&P 702 Special Studies in Woodwind Instrument Pedagogy...

ME 962. p-Approximation, Error Estimation, and Other Advanced Topics in the Finite Element Method. 3 Hours.

Advanced treatment of p-Approximation, error estimation, and other advanced topics in the finite element method. Prerequisite: ME 861 or equivalent. LEC.

W&P 125. Wind and Percussion Pedagogy. 1 Hour.

For freshmen and sophomores. Materials and concepts for teaching beginning and intermediate instrumental students; instrument repair, adjustments and modification; reed making and adjustment where appropriate; solo and ensemble repertoire. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Corequisite: Applied instruction for the appropriate instrument. (e.g. FRHN 121, PCUS 221). IND.

W&P 130. Orchestral Repertoire. 1 Hour.

For freshmen and sophomores. Weekly reading sessions for wind, percussion and harp students with the objective of acquainting the student with important orchestral passages for his or her particular instrument. May be repeated for credit. Enrollment controlled by the instructor in charge. IND.

W&P 325. Wind and Percussion Pedagogy. 1 Hour.

For juniors and seniors. Continuation of WP 125. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Corequisite: Applied instruction for the appropriate instrument. (e.g. FRHN 321, PCUS 622). IND.

W&P 630. Orchestral Repertoire. 1 Hour.

The study of orchestral literature for wind and percussion instruments. May be repeated for credit. Permission of instructor. IND.

W&P 655. Independent Study in: _____. 1-4 Hours.

May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Consent of advisor and instructor. IND.

W&P 702. Special Studies in Woodwind Instrument Pedagogy. 1-3 Hours.

Physiological factors of woodwind playing, teaching materials and techniques, practice methods, solo and chamber music repertoire, mouthpieces and reeds, discography, techniques of tone production, articulation, embouchure, and intonation. May be repeated for credit to a maximum of five hours. LEC.

W&P 704. Special Studies in Brass Instrumental Pedagogy. 1 Hour.

Physiological factors of brass playing, teaching materials and techniques, practice methods, solo and chamber music repertoire, mouthpieces, discography, techniques of tone production, articulation, embouchure, and intonation. May be repeated for credit to a maximum of five hours. LEC.

W&P 706. Advanced Pedagogy Workshops in Orchestral Instruments. 0.5 Hours.

Methods and materials of teaching fundamentals of the instruments. Lecture, class performance, class discussion, teaching demonstration, and library research. Summer session only. Prerequisite: Teaching experience or undergraduate instruction in the instrument, or permission of the instructor. LEC.

W&P 708. Special Studies in Percussion Instrument Pedagogy. 1-3 Hours.

The study of percussion pedagogy of Membrane Percussion; Keyboard Percussion; and Jazz/Rock/Commercial Drum Set, Marching and World Percussion. Study will include but not limited to such areas as teaching materials and techniques, repertoire, performance practice, and discography. Course may concentrate on one of the three areas listed above, or be taught as a survey course covering all three topics. May be repeated for credit to maximum of five hours. LEC.

P&TX 630. Pharmacology I. 4 Hours.

The pharmacology series covers the mechanisms by which drugs interact with living organisms. An integrative emphasis will be placed on understanding the molecular basis of drug action with respect to modifying the pathophysiology of specific disease states. Topics in PTX 630 include, general principles of cell biology, molecular biology, pharmacogenomics, immunology and principles of drug metabolism and disposition. Prerequisite: BIOL 646 or equivalent. LEC.

P&TX 631. Pharmacology II. 3 Hours.

The pharmacology series covers the mechanisms by which drugs interact with living organisms. An integrative emphasis will be placed on understanding the molecular basis of drug action with respect to modifying the pathophysiology of specific disease states. Prerequisite: PTX 630 and BIOL 400 or equivalent. LEC.

P&TX 632. Pharmacology III. 3 Hours.

The pharmacology series covers the mechanisms by which drugs interact with living organisms. An integrative emphasis will be placed on understanding the molecular basis of drug action with respect to modifying the pathophysiology of specific disease states. Prerequisite: PTX 630 and PTX 631. LEC.

P&TX 633. Pharmacology IV. 3 Hours.

The pharmacology series covers the mechanisms by which drugs interact with living organisms. An integrative emphasis will be placed on understanding the molecular basis of drug action with respect to modifying the pathophysiology of specific disease states. Topics in PTX 633 include endocrine disorders, diabetes and obesity, and gastrointestinal pharmacology. Prerequisite: PTX 630, PTX 631 and PTX 632. LEC.

P&TX 640. Toxicology. 2 Hours.

General principles of toxicology, treatment, and management of accidental poisoning, and current topics of interest. Prerequisite: PTX 630, PTX 631, and PTX 632. LEC.

P&TX 642. Obesity, Diabetes, and Metabolic Syndrome: Current Concepts. 1 Hour.

The objective of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to read, examine, and report on a broad array of topics relevant to diabetes and obesity. Students will be given broad latitude to propose topics of interest to them within the area of diabetes and obesity. The format of the course will be group presentations. Groups of 3 students will identify a topic of interest to them in the field of diabetes and obesity, prepare a 30 min presentation and deliver it to the class for discussion. Prerequisite: PTX 630. LEC.

P&TX 643. Current Concepts of Neurodegenerative Disease. 1 Hour.

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, are associated with older age and/or enhanced oxidative stress. The possible causes for the development and progression of these diseases with relation to current research in the field will be discussed. Additionally, a summary of available and suggested future treatments will be given. Prerequisite: PTX 630. LEC.

P&TX 644. Adverse Drug Events. 1 Hour.

The objective of this course is to alerts students to common and preventable adverse drug events. This course will provide students with an opportunity to read, examine, and report on a broad array of topics relevant to adverse drug events. Students will be given broad latitude to propose topics of interest to them within the area of adverse drug events. In addition students can report on common and preventable food-drug, herb-drug, and disease-drug interactions. The format of the course will be group presentations. Groups of 3 students will identify a topic of interest to them among a list of provided topics, prepare a 30 minute presentation and deliver it to the class for discussion. Prerequisite: 3rd, 4th, or 5th professional year standing in the School of Pharmacy. LEC.

P&TX 645. Neurobiological Basis of Addiction: Physiological, Biochemical, Pharmacological & Treatment Concepts. 1 Hour.

Several addictions will be discussed including addictions to alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine, gambling, and others as time permits. The physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology and available treatments for these addictions will be reviewed. The role of pharmacotherapies will be discussed, particularly as they relate to the molecular basis of addiction. Behavioral and psychological approaches also will be examined. Prerequisite: Completion of PTX 632 or special permission from faculty. LEC.

P&TX 694. Undergraduate Laboratory: Research in Pharmacology and Toxicology. 1-5 Hours.

Original research on a laboratory problem of limited scope. This course cannot count toward pharmacology and toxicology requirements in the School of Pharmacy. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. IND.

P&TX 698. Library Problems in Pharmacology and Toxicology. 1-5 Hours.

Original library review of a limited special topic in pharmacology and toxicology. The student will write a review in his or her report. This course may count toward pharmacology and toxicology requirements in the School of Pharmacy. Prerequisite: PTX 635 and consent of instructor. IND.

P&TX 700. Professional Issues in the Biomedical Sciences. 2 Hours.

A course designed to assist doctoral students in the biomedical sciences in their professional development by providing presentations, discussions, and practical experiences related to career planning. Topics include diverse career opportunities and expectations of each, preparation of vitae/resumes and other elements of a successful job search, writing scientific papers and dealing with editors, developing programmatic research programs, balancing professional obligations, advancing through promotions, and related topics. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in pharmacology and toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 730. Advanced Pharmacology I - CNS and ANS. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, and their pharmacology. The student will attend PTX 632 lectures and meet separately with the faculty for additional discussions of advanced material on the topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 731. Advanced Pharmacology II - Cardiovascular and Renal System. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of cardiovascular system, renal system and their pharmacology. The student will attend PTX 632 lectures and meet separately with the faculty for additional discussions of advanced material on the topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 732. Advanced Pharmacology III - Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of immunology and inflammation and their pharmacology. The student will attend PTX 631 lectures and meet separately with the faculty for additional discussions of advanced material on the topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 733. Advanced Pharmacology IV - Endocrinology. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of endocrinology and associated pharmacology. The student will attend PTX 633 lectures and meet separately with the faculty for additional discussions of advanced material on the topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 740. Advanced Biotechnology. 3 Hours.

An examination of basic principles of molecular biology, immunology, and protein chemistry as they apply to the identification, production, stability, delivery, and monitoring of new therapeutic agents provided by the expanding biotechnology industry. Students will attend lectures in PTX 633 and meet separately with faculty for additional discussions of more advanced material on these topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LAB.

P&TX 741. Biomedical Statistics. 3 Hours.

This course is primarily intended for students concerned with the analysis of experimental and observational data, with an emphasis on biomedical and pharmacological applications. The topics covered by the course include the design of experimental studies, data collection, probability theory, descriptive statistics, probability distribution, hypothesis testing, T-test, analyses of variance for factorial designs, linear and multiple regression, analysis of covariance and non-parametric methods. Prerequisite: PTX graduate student status in good academic standing. LEC.

P&TX 742. Experimental Pharmacology. 4 Hours.

Experimental approaches to understanding mechanism of drug action. Use of drugs as tools to understand functioning of biological systems will also be stressed. Historically important experiments will be discussed along with experiments which are currently used to define drug mechanisms. Topics will include: dose-response, drug receptors, drug metabolism, chemotherapy as well as autonomic CNS, cardiovascular and renal pharmacology. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 747. Molecular Toxicology. 4 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of the experimental methods used in a modern toxicology laboratory. The student will attend PTX 640 lectures and meet separately with the faculty for additional discussions of advanced material on the topics. The students will be examined on the advanced material. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 750. Pharmacology I- Introduction to Pharmacology and Biotechnology. 3 Hours.

An introduction to the field of Pharmacology, with an initial focus on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drug action in the body. The second section covers protein-based therapeutics, and biotechnology including an examination of basic principles of molecular biology, immunology, and protein chemistry as they apply to the identification, production, stability, delivery, and monitoring of new therapeutic agents provided by the expanding biotechnology industry. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 751. Molecular Toxicology. 3 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamentals of the experimental methods used in a modern toxicology laboratory. The course will also cover the mode of toxicity of a number of classes of drugs and the therapeutic approach to patient treatment. The student is also required to create their own 50 minute didactic lecture on a chosen topic within the field of toxicology in consultation with the course director. The student will then deliver the lecture to the course advisor in a digital format. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 752. Pharmacology II- Central Nervous System and Autonomic Nervous System. 3 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamental concepts of the autonomic nervous system, central nervous system, and select diseases of the CNS and their pharmacology. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 753. Pharmacology III- Cardiovascular and Renal System. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamental principles of the cardiovascular system, renal system and their associated pharmacology. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 754. Pharmacology IV- Endocrinology and Diabetes. 2 Hours.

A detailed study of the fundamental concepts of endocrinology and their associated pharmacology. A section with emphasis on the pathophysiologic details of diabetes and the pharmacology of treatment of the disease and associated complications is included. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 755. Principles of Animal Experimentation. 2 Hours.

An overview of animal care and use, this course is designed for graduate students currently engaged in animal based research or that anticipate work with live animals. Topics covered include regulatory framework for animal research; animal facility operations; biology, husbandry, and care of common laboratory animal species; and experimental manipulation of laboratory animals. Emphasis is placed on practical experience with live animals. LEC.

P&TX 756. Pharmacology V- Inflammation & Immunology, Gastrointestinal Pharmacology, Reproductive Pharmacology. 2 Hours.

This course is a detailed study of the fundamental concepts of gastrointestinal pharmacology, reproductive pharmacology, the pharmacology of inflammatory-related diseases and immunological pharmacology. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 757. Biomedical Statistics. 3 Hours.

This course is primarily intended for students concerned with the analysis of experimental and observational data, with an emphasis on biomedical and pharmacological applications. The topics covered by the course include the design of experimental studies, data collection, probability theory, descriptive statistics, probability distribution, hypothesis testing, T-test, analyses of variance for factorial designs, linear and multiple regression, analysis of covariance and non-parametric methods. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. LEC.

P&TX 775. Chemistry of the Nervous System. 3 Hours.

A detailed study of the molecular aspects of nerve transmission will be covered with special emphasis on the uptake, storage, release, biosynthesis, and metabolism of specific neurotransmitters. Drugs affecting these processes and current research on receptor isolation and receptor mechanisms will be discussed from a chemical viewpoint. (Same as BIOL 775, CHEM 775, MDCM 775, NURO 775, and PHCH 775.) Prerequisite: BIOL 600 or equivalent. LEC.

P&TX 785. Research Proposal. 1 Hour.

To satisfy the research requirement for the distance M.S. program in Pharmacology and Toxicology, the aspiring student must define a research project and prepare a written proposal describing the nature and goals of the project. It is suggested that the student in conjunction with their distance research mentor collaborate in the selection of and the definition of the proposed research. The proposal should consist of the following element: an overall goal or hypothesis, a statement of significance of the research, and a research plan consisting of several specific aims. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. RSH.

P&TX 799. Pharmacology and Toxicology Seminar. 1-2 Hours.

A review of current literature and research in pharmacology and toxicology. Required of all graduate students in the department every fall and spring semester. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in PTX. LEC.

P&TX 800. Pharmacology and Toxicology Teaching Principles. 2 Hours.

This course is to be used by graduate students fulfilling the teaching requirements for the Ph.D. in pharmacology and toxicology. The student will function as a discussion leader and lecturer in a limited number of class sessions. Each student will meet with the faculty whom he or she is assisting. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in pharmacology and toxicology program. RSH.

P&TX 801. Issues in Scientific Integrity. 1-3 Hours.

Lectures and discussion on ethical issues in the conduct of a scientific career, with emphasis on practical topics of special importance in molecular-level research in the chemical, biological, and pharmaceutical sciences. Topics will include the nature of ethics, the scientist in the laboratory, the scientist as author, grantee, reviewer, employer/employee, teacher, student, and citizen. Discussions will focus on case histories. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. (Same as MDCM 801, NURO 801, PHCH 801 and PHCH 802.) LEC.

P&TX 803. Pharmacology Literature Review I. 1 Hour.

This course is designed for graduate students and will fulfill the first written exam requirement for the Ph.D. in pharmacology and Toxicology. The student will research and write a six page literature review by choosing a topic provided by the faculty. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 805. Pharmacology Literature Review II. 1 Hour.

This course is designed for graduate students and will fulfill the second written exam requirement for the Ph.D. in pharmacology and Toxicology. The student will research and write a twelve page literature review by choosing a topic provided by the faculty. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Pharmacology and Toxicology Program. LEC.

P&TX 825. Research in Pharmacology and Toxicology. 1-10 Hours.

Original investigations at an advanced level in the areas of pharmacology or toxicology or related fields. This research will be performed by graduate students in collaboration with a faculty member. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and consent of instructor. RSH.

P&TX 826. Online Research in Pharmacology and Toxicology. 8 Hours.

Original investigations at an advanced level in the areas of pharmacology or toxicology or related fields. This research will be performed by graduate students in collaboration at their place of off-site mentoring in collaboration with the faculty mentor. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology and consent of KU Pharmacology and Toxicology Faculty Mentor. RSH.

P&TX 889. Research in Pharmacology and Toxicology. 1-2 Hours.

Original investigations at an advanced level in the areas of pharmacology or toxicology or related fields. This research will be performed by graduate students in collaboration at their place of off-site mentoring in collaboration with the faculty mentor. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology and consent of KU Pharmacology and Toxicology Faculty Mentor. RSH.

P&TX 898. Online Master's Thesis. 3 Hours.

Independent investigation of a research problem of limited scope leading to the preparation of a written Master's Degree thesis. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Online M.S. Program in Pharmacology and Toxicology. THE.

P&TX 899. Master's Thesis. 1-11 Hours.

Hours and credit to be arranged. Independent investigation of a research problem of limited scope. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in PTX and consent of instructor. THE.

P&TX 990. Postdoctoral Research. 1-11 Hours.

Advanced level research in collaboration with a faculty member in the department. Graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Prerequisite: Doctoral degree or equivalent in an appropriate related area, and consent of instructor. RSH.

P&TX 999. Doctoral Dissertation. 1-11 Hours.

Hours and credit to be arranged. Original investigation in pharmacology and toxicology. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. THE.