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MSPGx Application Pathways

There are a variety of different pathways available for different applicants when it comes to applying for the Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics program. While the application process is the same for all applicants, the timing and types of applications may differ.

Pathways

Current WNE Students

Current WNE undergraduate students can apply when they near completion of their bachelor’s degree.

Apply for a Graduate Program

Dual Degree–WNE College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences PharmD Students

Students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy program are eligible to apply for admission to the Master’s in Pharmacogenomics degree program during their first year in the PharmD program (PY1), after January 1.

Pursuing both degrees together will save time and money, as both can be earned in the time required to complete the PharmD at a savings of more than $20,000 in tuition.

Apply for a Dual Degree Program

Dual Degree–WNE College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Neuroscience Majors

Students in good standing in the Neuroscience major are eligible to apply for admission to the Master’s in Pharmacogenomics degree program during their junior year after January 1. Students enrolling through this pathway can potentially earn the graduate degree in as little as one additional summer after earning their BS degree.

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Dual Degree–WNE College of Arts and Sciences Health Sciences or Biology Majors

Students in good standing in the Health Sciences or Biology majors are eligible to apply for admission to the Master’s in Pharmacogenomics degree program during their junior year after January 1. Students enrolling through this pathway can potentially earn the graduate degree in as little as one additional summer after earning their BS degree.

Apply for a Dual Degree Program

Non-WNE Applicants 

Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree at another institution, including those schools with articulation agreements with the COPHS.

Apply from Outside WNE

Contact Information

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