The courses to be taken in the first three years of the program are specified and are considered basic to the education of pharmacists. The fourth-year allows for some specialization through electives. Effective for Fall 2017, applications to this program will no longer be accepted. Interested students should apply to the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD).
Program of Courses
Note: The following plan applies to students admitted to the BSc in Pharmacy program in 2014-2015 or later.
Students wanting to further develop their intended pattern of specialization may want to select courses from the list of pattern-related electives identified by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. At least ★3 of the ★9 Specialization Electives must be taken as a PHARM course. A list of available Specialization Electives will be provided by the Faculty office. Specialization Electives must be University of Alberta courses and must be taken during year four of the program. Transfer credit is not accepted for Specialization Electives.
Options normally are selected from courses offered outside the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. These courses allow students to pursue areas of personal interest and promote a liberal education.
Note: Only one junior course from each subject area is permitted. Junior courses are those numbered 199 or lower.