Doctoral Degree Curriculum Required Courses for PhD I. Core Courses (16 credits) Core Seminar (4 credits) Research Seminar in Social & Administrative Pharmacy – (course may be taken repeatedly for credit) 732-911 1 cr. Core Principles (9 credits) Proseminar in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 732-622 3 cr. Pharmaceutical Marketing & Policy 732-713 3 cr. Social Organization of Pharmacy 732-714 3 cr. Social Behavioral Theories in Pharmacy, Drug Use & Health Behavior 732-715 3 cr. Core Methods (3 credits) Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Services, Programs & Policy 732-711 3 cr. II. Methods of Research & Analysis (15 credits) Additional Research Methods (6 credits minimum) Select from approved list in SAS Graduate Student Handbook. 6+ cr. Analytic Techniques (9 credits minimum) Select from approved list in SAS Graduate Student Handbook. 9+ cr. Foreign Languages (History Concentration only) *Only for M.S. students choosing the History Concentration. Ph.D. students with a history concentration must achieve reading ability in two foreign languages and take a minimum of 3 credits in methods of research and analysis. III. Specialty / Advanced Courses (19 credits) Specialty / Advanced Courses (12 credits minimum) Select in consultation with major professor. 12+ cr. Graduate-level Courses or Seminars (5 credits minimum) Select in consultation with major professor 5+ cr. IV. Research (Credits may vary) Research Research 732-990 varies Total Minimum Credits: 56 credits* * Note: Students entering the SAS PhD program following completion of a master’s degree from another institution should be aware of the Graduate School’s Minimum Graduate Residence Credit Requirement, which can be satisfied only with graduate-level courses taken as a graduate student at UW-Madison. Thirty-two (32) credits must be completed prior to achieving dissertator status and may include master’s degree credits taken at UW-Madison. For more information on the types of courses which are acceptable to count, see the Minimum Graduate Residence Credit Requirement of the Graduate School Academic Policies and Procedures.