The program consists of two options: thesis and project option for a minimum of 30 units.
The university provides research programs that include fundamental investigations to advance level theoretical and practical studies that make students solve current industrial and environmental problems.
In this program, students are presented with the extraordinary opportunity of creating new knowledge, advancing the field of pharmacy and becoming agents of change in improving health quality locally, nationally, and internationally.
Through this program, faculty areas of expertise include drug and vaccine delivery, medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry, biotechnology, molecular biology, nanotechnology, pharmacokinetics, clinical pharmacy, etc.
The College is involved in the Interdisciplinary Toxicology Program as well.
The faculty and student ratio for this program are 1:17.
The average salary goes up to 62,105 after completing this program.
At the University of Saskatchewan, there are more than 25000 students that have come from over 130 countries.
This university offers more than 130 programs, it has 13 colleges, 6 affiliated colleges, and three graduate schools under it.
They offer multiple scholarships, around $13 million are provided for scholarships, bursaries, and awards.
It ranked at #401 by the survey reports of Times World University Ranking, 2020 in the world, and 16-18 in Canada.
The university comprises of 3 campuses spread in the area of 2,425 acres across the regions of Saskatoon, Regina, and Prince Albert.
Degree Type Offered
$ 10,096 for 2 years or 60 Credits Program
Fall (Deadline - Jan 15)
College of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies, University of Saskatchewan