Pharmacy (Entry-to-Practice) | Doctorate / PhD | Health & Well-Being | On Campus | The University of British Columbia | Canada
Pharmacy practice involves the understanding of medications, their uses and interactions, and patient-centred care. Students admitted to the Entry-to-Practice Doctor of Pharmacy program will learn about pharmacy practice, therapeutics, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, pathophysiology, pharmacy management, drug safety, and the Canadian health-care system in classroom and practice-lab settings.You can apply for admission into Pharmacy after a minimum of two years, or 60 undergraduate credits, including specific course requirements. The program satisfies the requirements of the College of Pharmacists of BC for academic qualification for licensing in the Province of British Columbia. Entry is restricted to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
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