Pharmaceutical Sciences Undergraduate Programs

The Pharmaceutical Sciences undergraduate program is a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. While the program is structurally a basic science program (similar to biochemistry and biology), it uniquely offers an interdisciplinary field of study which seeks to achieve better understanding and control of the factors influencing clinical response to drug therapy.

Areas of interest in pharmaceutics include the physical chemistry of pharmaceutical systems, which is concerned with the development and optimization of the physical/chemical properties of traditional and novel drug delivery systems; biopharmaceutics, which encompasses the study of the relationship between the nature and intensity of biologic effects of drugs and various dosage formulation factors; pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, which are the sciences of the quantitative analyses of drug concentrations and therapeutic effect, respectively, in the body; and clinical pharmacokinetics and clinical pharmacodynamics, which are concerned with the application of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics to the safe and effective therapeutic management of individual patients.

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Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
University at Buffalo
445 Kapoor Hall
716-645-2825
pharmsci-admissions@buffalo.edu