All prerequisite science and math courses must be completed by the end of the spring semester prior to fall matriculation.
|General Chemistry I and II with Laboratory||Choose from: |
CHE 101 + CHE 113 and CHE 102 + CHE 114
CHE 105 and CHE 106
Organic Chemistry I and II with Laboratory
|Introductory Biology I and II with Laboratory||Required: |
BIO 200 and BIO 201 + BIO 211
|Microbiology with Laboratory||Choose from: |
|Biochemistry||Choose from: |
|Anatomy||Choose from: |
PAS 313 (formerly 113)
|Physiology||Choose from: |
PGY 451 and PGY 452
|Calculus I and II||Choose from: |
MTH 121 and MTH 122
MTH 141 and MTH 142
|Statistics||Choose one: |
|UB Curriculum||The UB Curriculum is a unique program of general education for all undergraduate students at UB. Serving as the core academic experience, it celebrates the joy of intellectual discovery and prepares students for life, career and citizenship in a diverse and dynamic world. Students must complete UB Curriculum prior to fall matriculation in the (P1) first professional year of the PharmD program. UB Curriculum courses may be completed during the summer prior to fall entry into the PharmD.|
Where to complete prerequisites
The following prerequisite courses may be completed prior to high school graduation through AP or IB exam credit articulation: Biology, Chemistry, Calculus, Statistics, and/or UB Curriculum Requirements. Courses may be completed at another SUNY campus or other four-year college or university once enrolled at UB. Non-UB courses must be articulated through UB’s Course Equivalencies Guide.
All first-term EA candidates will also be enrolled in the elective course PHM 101: Pharmacy Is Right for Me.
A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30 in all pre-pharmacy science and math courses is required.
Students who do not demonstrate these proficiencies and attributes will not be eligible for admission through the EA Program.
All admissions requirements are subject to revision and review by the SPPS Admissions Committee and may be revised without extensive notice. As a competitive program, admission can be on a space available basis.