Graduate Programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate programs provide instruction and research training in diverse aspects of drug action including drug discovery to various elements of drug evaluation. These subjects are examined at the molecular, genomic, biochemical, biological, and clinical levels through an interdisciplinary curriculum that is individualized to the needs of each incoming student.

Graduate Program Overviews

Prepare yourself for a career in in research, industry, education, and medical settings.

Advance your training in pharmaceutical research, such as pharmacometrics, a new field that fuses pharmacologic studies with computational and statistical methods of data analysis.

Our accelerated program graduates are highly sought after by pharmaceutical companies.

We offer programs that involve advanced coursework and graduate level research training:

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Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
University at Buffalo
445 Kapoor Hall

Additional Information

Admission is awarded on a competitive basis to qualified applicants. Selection is based on scholastic achievement, aptitude, personal qualifications, and evidence of motivation toward pharmaceutical sciences. These are judged from the college record, grade point average, application, and letters of reference. In addition to intellectual and academic competence, the School's Admissions Committee considers communication skills, leadership ability, community service, research experience, and motivation for pursuing a career in pharmaceutical sciences. UB SPPS is committed to a nondiscriminatory admission policy and philosophy. In accordance with federal and state laws, no person, in whatever relationship with the University at Buffalo, shall be subject to discrimination on the basis of age, religion or creed, color, disability, national origin, race, ethnicity, sex, marital or veteran status.