Prospective Graduate Students

General Information

The College offers the following programs:

  • M.Sc. in Pharmacy
  • M.Sc. in Nutrition
  • Ph.D. in Pharmacy
  • Ph.D. in Nutrition

M.Sc. programs are approximately 24 months duration and consist of a minimum of 12 (Nutrition) and 9 (Pharmacy) credit units of graduate course work, a thesis, and participation in seminars.

Ph.D. programs consist of a minimum of 6 credit units of relevant course work, dissertation, examinations, participation in seminars, and take approximately 4 years to complete.

Areas of Graduate Study:

  • Graduate Studies and Research in Pharmacy focuses on pharmaceutics/drug delivery; medicinal/pharmaceutical chemistry; bio- and nanotechnology/molecular biology; pharmacokinetics; clinical pharmacy*; pharmacy education; pharmacoeconomics and pharmacoepidemiology; toxicology; and social and adminstrative pharmacy. *Please note that for most graduate programs in the clinical pharmacy area, students must be eligible for licensure as a Pharmacist in Saskatchewan.

  • Graduate Studies and Research in Nutrition include clinical nutrition, dietary assessment, nutritional biochemistry, nutrition services administration, community nutrition and nutrition education.

For more information on our current graduate students, please see Graduate Students