Overview

The PharmD for Pharmacists program at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy is designed to meet the changing needs of today's pharmacists. Flexible and customizable, this unique Canadian program combines course work and experiential learning to build on the knowledge and skills you have acquired through your Bachelors’ degree (or equivalent) in Pharmacy and experiences in practice to obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Toronto.
 
Course work in pharmacotherapy, critical appraisal, physical assessment, pharmacokinetics, educational theories, and health systems, provides you with the foundation needed to advance your practice and fully embrace the changing scope of pharmacy in Canada. These cutting-edge courses will be delivered in a variety of formats, including online lectures, online facilitated discussions, case-based learning, problem-based learning, independent project work, onsite didactic classes, and small group discussion. Advanced experiential rotations will help you develop and enhance your practice skills and provide you with exposure to different areas of practice.
 
Work at your own pace by adjusting your course load per term. Students are required to complete the program in four (4) years. Customize your experience by selecting courses that interest you and matter to your practice setting. Apply to the PharmD for Pharmacists program today to start enhancing your skills and advancing your practice.