The Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Ranked #4 Nationally by Graduate Programs

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The Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences is ranked No. 4 by Graduate Programs in its 2015 Pharmacy Grad Rankings.

Graduate Programs works to provide helpful information to prospective graduate students through peer-written ratings and reviews. Its rankings are based solely on ratings and reviews from current or recent graduate students posted on the organization's website. The current ranking encompasses reviews posted between September 2012 and March 2015 by more than 70,000 students participating in more than 1,600 graduate programs across the United States.

For its methodology, Graduate Programs considers 15 categories, including academic competitiveness, career support, education quality, financial aid and graduate program value, among others. Rankings are then determined by calculating the average score for a program based on its 15 ranking categories.

Duquesne offers graduate programs in medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, pharmacology and pharmacy administration.

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