To be accepted into the College of Pharmacy students require a minimum of two years (60 credit units) of university course work. The coursework must include 24 credit units taken at least one academic year. Courses must be completed prior to April 30 of the year of application (deadline Jan 15), to be considered for admission.  See the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition website for more information.  The complete pre-pharmacy year is available at St. Peter’s College.

The following courses (or equivalent) are included in the 60 credit units:

  • Biology : 6 credit units (BIOL 120.3 and BIOL 121.3 at U of S)
  • Chemistry : 3 credit units General and 6 credit units Organic (CHEM 112.3, CHEM 250.3, and CHEM 255.3 at U of S)
  • English : 6 credit units (ENG 110.6 or two of ENG 111.3, 112.3, 113.3, 114.3 at U of S)
  • Biochemistry : 3 credit units Biomolecules and 3 credit units Metabolism (BMSC 200.3 and BMSC 230.3 at U of S)
  • Physiology : 6 credit units (human body systems) (PHSI 208.6 at U of S)
  • Mathematics (Calculus) : 3 credit units (MATH 125.3 at U of S)
  • Statistics : 3 credit units (STAT 246.3 at U of S)
  • Microbiology : 3 credit units (BMSC 210.3 at U of S)
  • Nutrition : 3 credit units (NUTR 120.3 at U of S)
  • Electives : 15 credit units : 6 credit units from psychology, sociology, native studies, or philosophy; and 9 credit units any electives

Other Admission Requirements: 1) Test of Critical Skills (can only be written in Canada); 2) Personal video interview