Important Note: Admission to the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (B.Sc. (Pharm.)) is suspended. Applicants interested in an entry-to-practice pharmacy degree should consult the admissions requirements for the Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy.
The first week of the first year will include both scheduled coursework and a formal orientation program. This orientation will introduce students to the Faculty, its expectations for academic and professional conduct, and some of the skills required to succeed in the program.
|1 Taken in the summer after completing second year.|
|2 Taken in the summer after completing third year.|
|3 Of the 18 elective credits required in the program, 6 must be chosen from outside the Faculty and 12 must be chosen from offerings within or approved by the Faculty.|
|4 Students must meet minimum requirements for community and institutional practice experience before opting for alternate practice sites.|
Required clinical clerkships in facilities that have been approved as affiliated teaching sites by the Faculty will be supervised by University-appointed personnel. These clerkships may be scheduled in community and hospital pharmacies, health care agencies and institutions, manufacturers in the pharmaceutical industry, and with selected pharmacy organizations. Clerkship sites outside the Greater Vancouver area are also used. All students will be required to complete a portion of their clerkship time outside the Greater Vancouver area.
Students will be required to pay the B.Sc. (Pharm.) practice fee. See Program and Course Fees. Students should be prepared for clinical clerkships in sites around BC and therefore should also include travel and accommodation costs for these experiences in estimating total personal expenses.
Students must maintain registration with the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia while they are in the program.
Students must meet the interprofessional education requirements of the program, including use of the online Interprofessional Passport to record mandatory and elective interprofessional activities. Students are also encouraged to take Interprofessional Health and Human Service (IHHS) courses, all of which are Faculty-approved electives. For more information see Health Disciplines.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy program are permitted to take a maximum of 6 credits of non-pharmacy approved electives to satisfy degree requirements in compliance with the University's Credit/D/Fail policy. See Credit/D/Fail.