Bachelor of Science
Admission to the Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) program is no longer available since the Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.) program replaced the Bachelor’s program in Fall 2017. The last class to graduate with a B.Sc. degree will be the class of 2020.
During their studies, pharmacy students take part in Structured Practice Experiences (SPEs). Experiential learning is a valuable and integral part of the pharmacy curriculum.
The Structured Practice Experience Program includes three SPEs, each of four weeks duration, and one SPE of twelve weeks duration as follows:
SPE 1 - Four weeks in a community pharmacy after the first year of the Pharmacy program
SPE 2 - Four weeks in a hospital setting after the second year of the program
SPE 3 - Four weeks in a community pharmacy after the third year of the program
SPE 4 - Twelve weeks (2 x 6weeks) in clinical practice during the Winter semester of the final year of the Pharmacy program