Baccalaureate of Science in Pharmacy Degree
Last modified: December 17, 2012 13:29:29.
The information below is intended to give current and prospective students an overview of the current Baccalaureate of Science in Pharmacy Degree (BSc (Pharm)) curriculum.
Students who are interested in applying to Qatar University are advised to consult the University Admissions website for information regarding minimum academic requirements and related issues. Students who have been accepted to Qatar University and wish to apply for Pre-Pharmacy student status ("Foundation Pharmacy" or "General Pharmacy" depending upon academic status) should contact the Registration Department for details. Students are also encouraged to contact the College of Pharmacy for academic advice. Pre-Pharmacy and Pharmacy students are advised to contact the course coordinators, the College of Pharmacy General Office or the Dean's Office as needed for any course-related issues. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all prerequisites are completed to permit program application and promotion.
1. Educational Outcomes
The 5-year BSc (Pharm) and 6-year PharmD programs are designed to meet the educational outcomes identified by the Association of Facilities of Pharmacy of Canada (AFPC) for the respective degrees. These educational outcomes can be found on the AFPC website.
2. Curricular Map
The current 5-year BSc (Pharm) and 6-year PharmD is available for download (PDF). This document provides a general overview of the pre-pharmacy and pharmacy course sequence by semester and year.
3. Study Plan
The current 5-year BSc (Pharm) and 6-year PharmD study plan is available for download (PDF). This document provides a detailed list of prerequisite, compulsory, compulsory supporting and elective courses that must be completed to meet degree requirements.
4. Curriculum Changes
These posted documents are subject to modification as the college is committed to a process of continuous quality improvement to ensure the learning objectives are met for these degree programs. Minor changes may be made by the College of Pharmacy Curriculum Committee at any time to ensure we achieve our mission, and as part of a continuous quality improvement process, and to ensure adherence to the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (CCAPP) accreditation standards.