Northeastern University is proud to host one of the world’s first Certificates in Nanomedicine. This part-time, 12-credit graduate program can be completed in as little as 2 semesters. This program is ideally suited for students seeking to learn more about nanomedicine before entering the workforce, as well as working professionals who want to gain new knowledge and skills in nanomedicine.
Below is a look at where our Pharmaceutical Sciences alumni work, the positions they hold, and the skills they bring to their organization.
Where They Work
- Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
- CVS Health
What They Do
- Healthcare Services
- Business Development
What They're Skilled At
- High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Cell Culture
Learn more about Northeastern Alumni on Linkedin.
Designed in response to a need in the biotechnology industry for individuals with an advanced knowledge of the principles and practices of state-of-the-art analyses of protein structures with focus on the characterization and quantification of proteins and variant derivatives.
Combining the best in classroom, laboratory and experiential learning under the direction of a world class faculty, right in the heart of Boston.
The Master of Science in Pharmacology program embodies the principles and mechanisms of drug action on biological systems.
The Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences seeks to produce specialists in drug development and delivery who use many approaches to create and deliver treatments.
The Master of Science in Medicinal Chemistry integrates aspects of contemporary medicinal chemistry and pharmacology, emphasizing topics most relevant to therapeutics design, discovery, and action.
The department of Pharmaceutical Sciences offers a Master of Science program in biomedical science.
The Professional Science Master's program in biomedical nanotechnology incorporates aspects of the pharmaceutical sciences curriculum with courses in nanotechnology, entrepreneurship, and law.