Pharmacy Early Assurance Program

Accepted pharmacy first-year students are afforded admission directly to the UB School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree Early Assurance Program (EA) 2+4=6 option. During the two years of undergraduate study and to retain their seat, students must maintain a 3.0 prerequisite GPA, successfully complete an interview, and adhere to all Early Assurance Program requirements.

School of Nursing Dual Admission Program

Honors nursing students are guaranteed admission to the upper division traditional BS in Nursing program provided they satisfy the requirements of the Honors College and the Nursing program. To maintain their seat in the program, students must be in good standing with the Honors College, satisfy the School of Nursing minimum admission requirements, including prerequisite courses and overall and prerequisite GPA requirements, and submit the Nursing supplemental application by Jan. 15, typically in their sophomore year.

Doctor of Nursing Practice Early Assurance Program

If you are interested in pursuing the adult clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner programs in adult, family, or psych/mental, consider applying through the early assurance program that waives the GRE/MAT requirement. To be eligible, you must have completed at least 100 credit hours of undergraduate study before applying and have earned a minimum Nursing GPA of 3.5 in your bachelor’s degree program.

Doctor of Physical Therapy Dual Admission Program

Undergraduate Exercise Science majors who are members of the University Honors College are guaranteed acceptance to the Doctorate Physical Therapy program as long as they maintain eligibility to be in good standing with the Honors College and meet the necessary admissions requirements for the DPT program, including minimum GRE scores and prerequisite GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students in the Honors College must apply to the DPT program and submit their completed application by the stated deadline.