- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The Pharmaceutical Sciences BS program was one of the first discipline specific undergraduate programs in the country, founded in the early 1960’s. The fundamental scientific principles of pharmaceutical sciences were pioneered here at UB. Our department has upheld a tradition of excellence with national and international distinction for over 50 years.
Students learn through small group classes, flipped classrooms, hybrid courses, group discussion, case studies, hands on laboratory experiments, hands on laboratory research projects, student scientific poster presentations, and computer data analysis using scientific software. Experiential education consists of a required undergraduate research project, where the capstone is submission of a student–written paper on the scientific research, and presentation of a scientific poster at our school’s poster day.
Class sizes range from one-on-one instruction, small groups (10-20), intermediate groups (40-50) and large groups (140-150).
About Our Facilities
Kapoor Hall, home of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, opened in 2012, and includes many green-design features, such as maximizing natural daylight, while offering warm and inviting social and study spaces. Kapoor Hall integrates the latest technologies into its classrooms and provides ample teaching, educational and research laboratory space for undergraduate, graduate and professional education and research.
About Our Faculty
Founded in 1886, our school is recognized for a history of excellence in the pharmaceutical science disciplines of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Our tradition continues today through notable education and research in protein therapeutic drugs, and drug discovery and action. Our outstanding faculty are nationally and internationally recognized as innovative leaders in our field, garnering numerous SUNY faculty awards, as well as national and international accolades. Fifteen full-time faculty and 2 research assistant faculty mentor undergraduates and provide undergraduate research opportunities. Faculty instruct undergraduates in formal courses, and are readily available for students. Teaching assistants provide help with office hours, recitations, laboratory experimental guidance and tutoring. Approximately 1-2 teaching assistants are assigned tutorial responsibilities per course, and are closely supervised by faculty. Adjunct faculty are not involved in the undergraduate program.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the Pharmaceutical Sciences department website for additional information about our faculty.