Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics Admissions
New—Accepting Applications for Fall 2023!
Application Deadline: May 1, 2023.
Earning a Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics (MSPGx) from the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Western New England University can open career paths in Pharmacogenomics through laboratory research and clinical implementation of personalized healthcare. 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.
Experience Our Integrated Curriculum
Our MSPGx program features a curriculum that integrates all major aspects of this field from basic genetics to clinical implementation. Having such broad experience will make graduates well versed to enter the field of precision medicine. In this 3-semester, 41-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/lab sizes, accessible faculty, and outstanding support are integral to the WNE learning experience. The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is renowned for its nurturing environment, civility and strong sense of community, and high pass rates on licensure exams among its doctoral programs.