MBA Pharmacy Combined Programs

The combined MBA / PharmD and MBA / BSc in Pharmacy programs target a select group of pharmacy students who recognize the value of combining pharmacy studies with management skills and expertise. The combined degree programs are designed for students aspiring to a management role, or for future pharmacist entrepreneurs.

Upon successful completion of the combined program, graduates will receive both an MBA and either a BSc in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. There are no changes to the Pharmacy requirements other than adding an extra year to the overall requirements (during which students would complete the MBA requirements). The MBA requirements are 42 credits.

Each student must first apply to the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences for admission in to the BSc in Pharmacy or the PharmD. Students in their third year of the BSc in Pharmacy, or PharmD students who have completed their classroom courses, can apply to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (for admission into the MBA program).