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Students will learn from a foundational natural science curriculum, and then specialize in a comprehensive pharmaceutical sciences curriculum. Graduates will be competent in the knowledge and practical skills of the pharmaceutical sciences, which helps to enable their problem-solving skills and abilities. These skills, combined with demonstrated teamwork, leadership, entrepreneurship, and ethical behaviour, will allow our graduates to contribute to economic, social, and political discussions in society.
The program will be delivered through traditional, in‐person classroom and laboratory teaching. Learning will be supported by the use of an online learning management system (Canvas) where lecture slides will be posted, assignments may be completed, and discussion boards will be monitored.
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Please be advised that the BPSC program is not a pre-pharmacy program and does not fulfill all Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy Degree program prerequisites.