The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences offers collaborative programs that involve advanced coursework and intense graduate level research training in the Pharmaceutical Sciences. Our dual MS programs are typically five years.

These programs integrate the skills and knowledge of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice with a focus on cutting-edge research for the development of treatments to prevent disease and improve health.

The department offers two programs:
PharmD/MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences
PharmD/MS in Pharmacometrics and Personalized Pharmacotherapy

Career Opportunities

Prepares students for research positions in...

  • Pharmaceutical companies in areas of drug development and clinical application
  • Academia
  • Research institutes
  • Federal and other regulatory agencies

Course of Study

How to Apply


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Under Program of Study, choose either: Pharmaceutical Sciences (PharmD Cohort) - MS or Pharmacometrics & Personalized Pharmacotherapy (PharmD Cohort) – MS. DO NOT choose the applications that don't include "Cohort."

  • Pharmaceutical Sciences applications open in July and are due February 15th.
  • Apply to the PharmD/MS cohort for the term in which you will officially enter the MS program.
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Personal Statement. Once you formally submit your application, your evaluators will automatically be notified to submit their letters of recommendations.
  • Research experience is desirable. Students should identify a faculty mentor in the Pharmaceutical Sciences prior to application.
  • For the PharmD/MS in Pharmacometrics and Personalized Pharmacotherapy: demonstrated proficiency in mathematics and computational sciences is required.
  • Note: Bachelor’s degree and GRE are waived for PharmD candidates

Questions about the MS portion of the program?

Dr. Robert Bies, Director of Graduate Studies: or 716-645-7315.