The Doctor of Pharmacy is a four year program consisting of coursework and practice experiences. The minimum requirements for admission will be the satisfactory completion of 60 credits of university transferable work.
GPRC can offer students one year (30 credits) of course work required for admission to the PharmD program. Students may be able to take a second year of study with GPRC by enrolling in the remaining required course work available through GPRC and 21 credits of courses that work towards a secondary plan, while also enrolling in 6 credits of Physiology online with the U of A. IT is highly recommended for students to consult with an Academic Advisor if they are considering this program.
- General Chemistry (6 credits)
- Organic Chemistry (6 credits)
- Junior English (6 credits)
- Cell Biology (3 credits)
- Biochemistry (3 credits)
- Algebra or Calculus (3 credits)
- Statistics (3 credits)
- Microbiology (3 credits)
- Physiology (6 credits) *must be taken online with U of A*
Students are encouraged to consult with either an Academic Advisor or a Science Faculty Advisor for assistance in choosing appropriate courses.
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