Pharmacists are experts in medications. They play a central role in the healthcare system by making sure people use medications correctly and effectively.
The undergraduate pharmacy degree at Université Laval is a limited enrolment program that accepts 192 students per year, in fall only. It leads to the professional title of pharmacist. With this comprehensive program, you’ll:
The Faculty of Pharmacy also offers a variety of supervision options to help you progress and succeed at university.
At the Faculty of Pharmacy, our study profiles and exchange and international mobility programs offer a choice of tracks that will add value to your degree and help you better prepare for the labour market.
See the description of the undergraduate pharmacy degree
In their day-to-day work, pharmacists:
Pharmacists must have at least four years of university education. All qualified pharmacists must become members of Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec and comply with the Code of ethics of pharmacists and all laws and regulations governing pharmacy practice.
Pharmaceutical care is the cornerstone of pharmacy practice in Québec. Pharmacists provide this type of care by assessing the suitability, effectiveness, and safety of their patients’ medications. Their assessment is based on a personalized approach tailored to the individual needs of each patient.