Graduate

Graduate Studies Handbook

Table of Contents

1. General Information

1.1 Graduate Program at a Glance
1.2 University of Alberta Deadlines

2. Requirements to Graduate

2.1 Course Requirements
2.2 Oral and Written Skill Development (Pharmacy 697)
2.3 Candidacy Examination (Doctor of Philosophy program)
2.4 Final Oral Presentation
2.5 Thesis
2.6 Academic Integrity and Ethics Training
2.7 Professional Development
2.8 Residence Requirement
2.9 Language Requirement

3. Expectations of a Graduate Student

3.1 Maintenance of Registration
3.2 General Responsibilities
3.3 Research Responsibilities
3.4 Teaching Responsibilities

4. Expectations of a Supervisor and Supervisory Committee

4.1 Supervisor Role and Expectations
4.2 First Meeting with a Student
4.3 Annual Committee Meeting
4.4 Thesis Project
4.5 Examination (Candidacy and Final Oral Examination)
4.6 Conflict Resolution

5. Expectations of Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies and Graduate Studies Committee

5.1 Term of Reference
5.2 Delegated Authority from FGSR
5.3 Acceptance of New Students

6. Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Studies Guidelines

6.1 Annual Committee Meeting
6.2 Elevation from Master of Science to Doctor of Philosophy Program
6.3 Candidacy Examination (Doctor of Philosophy Program)
6.4 Thesis Requirements
6.5 Final Oral Examination
6.6 Extension of Program
6.7 Graduate Student Appeals

7. Graduate Student Funding and Expectations

7.1 Teaching Assistantships
7.2 Research Assistantships
7.3 Scholarships
7.4 Holidays
7.5 Medical/Sick Leave, Maternity Leave and other Leaves of Absence