New approach needed to deliver health care to Indigenous patients

Panel discussion offers solutions to avoid systemic racism in health-care system

White Coat Ceremony officially welcomes first-year students to pharmacy profession

Class of 2020 urged to follow their passion, challenge health care norms

Preceptors - the heart of our profession

Practicing pharmacists see value in long-standing faculty preceptorship program

The Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences currently offers a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSc Pharm) as well as Canada's first Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy [MBA/BSc (Pharmacy)] combined degree.

A Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program to replace the BSc Pharm has  been proposed for implementation in 2017. Visit this page to learn more.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy:

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Students may undertake graduate study leading to a Master of Science degree or Doctor of Philosophy degree. 

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The University of Alberta's PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists program is a post-professional (post-Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy) degree program that serves to recognize the completion of advanced education in patient care.

The minimum requirement for admission to the PharmD for Practicing Pharmacists program is a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from a recognized institution. Currently, there are two distinct pathways available (full-time or part-time) to complete the program. 

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UAlberta Pharmacy Magazine

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Don't miss Doing Great Things For The Public Good, the Fall 2016 issue of UAlberta Pharmacy, featuring the tradition of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Alberta. Learn more.