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

Prepare Apply Requirements International Students

Submit transcripts for every college or university attended. At the point of application, submit unofficial transcripts. If admitted, official transcripts will be required to matriculate. Do not mail any official documents unless requested.

Letters of Recommendation
Letters of recommendation are required. Enter contact information for letter writers when filling out the application, and they will be notified automatically and sent a link to submit their letter. In your portal, can check the status of the letters, send reminders, or edit recommenders. If you need to change recommender information, contact Program Director Brian Tsuji with the name and email address.

Personal Statement and Resume/CV
Submit both of these items in your status portal after application submission.

Submit Test Scores Electronically
GRE is not required

In-State Residency Tuition
In order to qualify for the in-state residency tuition rate, you are required to provide residency documentation indicating you have lived in New York State (NYS) 12 months prior to your semester start date. If accepted, you will need to upload 3 documents to qualify for the in-state tuition rate. See Verifying New York State Residency for more information. 


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