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MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences Admissions

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Fall 2024 Application Deadline 

Application deadline: Rolling until program is full

Two Options to Submit

  1. Our FREE WNE application 
    WNE Application
    Please select the following options:
    Application: 2024 College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
    Applied Program: Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Program
    You will be attending: Full-time
    Entry Term: Fall 2024 (PHARM/OTD)

  2. Apply through PharmGrad
    PharmGrad Application 
    Please select Western New England University

Earning a Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPS) from the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Western New England University can open career paths in education or the pharmaceutical industry or give you a credential to stand apart when applying to medical schools or physician assistant programs. As a scientist or professional in these fields, you can be a part of the exciting breakthroughs in therapeutics, new production methodologies, and discoveries in related fields that are saving and changing lives.

Customize Your Curriculum
Our MSPS program lets you customize your studies based upon your interests through elective coursework opportunities and selection of your thesis advisor. In this 5-semester, 2-year, 38-credit program, you will work alongside our expert faculty scientists, including Dean John Pezzuto, recently named by Stanford University as one of the top 2% of scientists in the world in medicinal and biomolecular chemistry.

A Personal and Collegiate Learning Experience
Small cohorts and class/laboratory sizes, accessible faculty, and outstanding support are integral to the WNE learning experience. The MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences will enroll a maximum of 15 students for each incoming class. The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is renowned for its nurturing environment, civility, and strong sense of community in all of its programs.

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Contact Information

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Admissions

413-796-2266 (fax)
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