Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy)
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 BSc. in fall 2017.
The last class to graduate with a B.Sc. degree will be the class of 2020.
The B.Sc. program is designed to prepare graduates for careers primarily in community and hospital settings as well as in the pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy organizations, health sciences research, government and educational environments.
After successful completion of national examinations, a graduate of the program is eligible to apply to be licensed as a pharmacist in Newfoundland and Labrador and other provinces in Canada.
During their studies, pharmacy students take part in Structured Practice Experiences (SPEs) with the purpose of having students observe and practice the skills necessary to become a pharmacist. It is intended to bridge the gap between the academic study of pharmacy and the practice of pharmacy.
You can find our pharmacy graduates everywhere!
• Community pharmacies
• Pharmaceutical companies
• Pharmacy and health-related organizations
The School of Pharmacy is located in the Health Sciences Centre together with the Faculty of Medicine, the School of Nursing, a general hospital, a cancer treatment centre, and a child health and rehabilitation centre. This setting is unique among pharmacy programs in Canada.
Memorial's pharmacy program prides itself on a level of excellence in clinical practice education, experiential learning and theory that make it amongst the best in the country.
Ms. Csop Glew
Manager of Academic Programs
Tel: (709) 864-4378
Dr. Erin Davis
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies
Tel: (709) 864-8815
Ms. Wanda Spurrell
Structured Practice Experience Program Coordinator
Tel: (709) 864-6491