MS in Clinical and Translational Therapeutics

MS in Clinical and Translational Therapeutics.

One of a kind pharmacy research training.
The only pharmacy school-based program of its kind in the country, our Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Therapeutics provides you with a valuable opportunity to be involved in research and training to combat disease.

Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0
  • Resume
  • One letter of recommendation from a faculty or health professional knowledgeable of the student, and which addresses the MS in Clinical and Translational Therapeutics program. 
  • One (1) page (minimum 500 word) Personal Statement highlighting why you are interested in our program and which concentration you are interested in.

Application Steps

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International Application Requirements

The University at Buffalo is one of the United States' most international universities and offers a welcoming environment for students from over 100 countries.

Application Requirements

In addition to your program application, as an international student you will need to provide the following materials as electronic uploads. Please do not send any mail, unless instructed to do so. You do not need to submit an evaluated transcript through WES however, we will accept it if you have it.

  • A photocopy of your passport page
    Upload a photocopy of your passport (photo page) to the proper section on your application checklist
  • Copy of current 1-20 and visa
    If you are currently studying in the United States, you must upload a copy of your current I-20 and Visa to your application checklist. 
  • Official English Proficiency Scores
    In addition to meeting the standard academic criteria for the program to which you are applying, international applicants must also demonstrate English proficiency. Unless exempt, all international students must take one of the tests indicated here and meet the university minimum score requirement. Upon submission, upload an unofficial copy of your English Language Proficiency test score to your application.
  • International Applicant Financial Form and Bank Documents
    These documents can be submitted after students are accepted; feel free to leave it blank on the application checklist. You will be able to submit them later when prompted.

    Accepted students need to submit the Financial Form, along with bank documents showing funding for the first year of academic study (minus any scholarships you may be receiving).


Contact Brian Tsuji, PharmD, Program Director and Associate Dean of Clinical and Translational Sciences.