A Bachelor of Science with Honours enables you to gain employment in research or obtain entry into the doctoral programme.
This degree consists of both papers and a research project (dissertation). The research project is carried out in one of the research laboratories within the department. Duration of this degree is one year, full-time.
The University of Otago has recently changed this degree to a 3 plus 1 system. This means that entrance to the Honours programme occurs after you have obtained a BSc. Due to the challenging nature of this degree, the grade average is set at B+ (75–79%) for all pharmacology papers.
The Honours programme application form should be submitted via eVision.
- PHAL 490 Research Projects (60 points: full year)
- PHAL 421 General Pharmacology and Toxicology (20 points: first semester)
- PHAL 423 Neuropharmacology (20 points: full year)
- PHAL 426 Clinical Pharmacology (20 points: full year)
- PHAL 427 Special Topics: Cancer Pharmacology (20 points: second semester)
- PHAL 428 Current Research Literature in Toxicology (20 points: full year)
- PHAL 430 Advanced Topic in Pharmacology and Toxicology (20 points: each semester)
- PHAL 431 Special Topics (20 points: each semester)
For further information about post-graduate study at the Pharmacology and Toxicology Department, please contact us directly: