Our MS programs are for students who have previously earned a BS degree. They prepare graduates for positions in research, industry, education, and medical settings.
Applications open July 1st and are due February 15th. Decisions are emailed by mid-April.
The MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences is a two- to three-year degree program.
A minimum of 30 graduate credits are required. Courses depend on the area of concentration chosen. Students choose from one of the following focus areas:
The MS in Pharmacometrics and Personalized Pharmacotherapy is a one- to one-and-a-half-year degree program.
A minimum of 30 graduate credits are required. Students must complete the following courses plus electives:
A non-refundable application fee of $50 is payable online:
Upload your unofficial GRE scores to your application and have them sent to UB electronically. UB's institution code is 2925 and our department code is 0613. UB SPPS does not have a minimum GRE requirement. However, competitive applicants typically present a score of at least 300. To compute the GRE, we sum the scores for Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning. Note: it may take up to two weeks for the testing agency to process your order and deliver your scores to UB.
International applicants - see next step regarding TOEFL or IELTS scores.
International students apply online using the same method as other students, but must supply additional information.
Please have your TOEFL score report sent to institution code 2925 and department code is 47. See English Proficiency for minimum score requirements and exceptions. For IELTS, you will upload scanned copies of your IELTS certificate to your application. There is no school code for this specific test.
If admitted to our program, you will be asked to provide a copy of your passport, a financial form, a bank statement, current US immigration documents (such as current I-20 or visa), and transcribed official transcripts and official proof of degree (may be presented in person to International Admissions and immediately returned).