#1 in New York State and #14 in the Country *
At the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, our world-renowned researchers and nationally recognized educators and clinicians create innovative learning environments, awaken intellectual curiosity and challenge scientific boundaries—propelling our students to become the next generation of leaders advancing health care through progressive medication management and drug discovery.
We're proud to be part of the University at Buffalo's innovative Academic Health Center, merging the talents of clinicians, educators and researchers to improve the understanding and treatment of disease.
Our dynamic research spans drug interaction, from discovery to development to clinical application resulting in improved patient outcomes and public policy initiatives.
We have more than 6,100 active pharmacy alumni who enrich the student experience through personalized precepting, mentorship and career guidance.
We offer 18 degree pathways including dual PharmD degrees, combined PharmD degrees, BS, BS/MS, MS and PhD.
With over 1,200 preceptors across 750+ training sites, we offer a diverse and progressive experiential training program that allows you to enhance and expand your education in real world settings.
Our 24 established student organizations establish professionalism and create career opportunities.
Our micro-credential programs provide you with specialized knowledge in research, teaching, and professional development beyond that provided by the core curriculum, preparing you for postgraduate training.
Our faculty are American Association for the Advancement of Science fellows, highly cited researchers and, most important, committed teachers who are eager to share their scientific and clinical expertise— giving you a rock-solid academic foundation and the career advantage you need.
Founded in 1886, we were the first pharmacy school in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.
Our novel approach to interprofessional education—recognized nationally by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)—offers you a dynamic learning experience as part of an integrated health care team.
Our Pharmaceutical Sciences degree programs, taught by world recognized leaders in the field, are renowned for providing individualized research training in clinical responses to drug therapy.
From medical mission trips to medication literacy training for refugees, our global health initiatives teach culturally competent health care and encourage servant leadership in local, national and international populations.
Our graduates are identified by their superior work ethic, interprofessional and patient care skills, preparedness and professionalism, thanks to our personalized career development that starts on day one.