- The Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BSc. Pharm) Program is fully accredited by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs.
- Dalhousie University is ranked 5th among the top international academic institutions in The Scientist's annual Best Places to Work in Academia rankings 2009.
Memorial University of Newfoundland
- The program of study leading to the B.Sc.(Pharmacy) requires at least five years to complete. Upon receiving the degree, graduates will qualify to write the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada examination.
- The School of Pharmacy at MUN offers graduate programs at both the Masters, M.Sc (Pharm) and Doctoral, Ph.D. level.
University of Waterloo
- The Bachelor of Pharmacy program is a second-entry program requiring that students complete a specific set of courses at the university level prior to entering the Pharmacy program.
- Waterloo has been ranked Canada's No. 1 comprehensive research university in the annual Canada Top 50 Research Universities survey.
University of Alberta
- It is one of the finest pharmacy schools in Canada. Its Graduate Studies and Research programs have been ranked by an External Review Committee as being in the top rankings in North America.
- The B.Sc. (Pharm) degree takes four years, full-time to complete.
List of pharmacy schools in Canada:
- University of Alberta Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences - Alberta
- University of British Columbia Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences - British Columbia
- University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy - Ontario
- University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy - Ontario
- Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy - Nova Scotia
- University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy and Nutrition - Saskatchewan
- Université de Montréal Faculté de pharmacie - Québec
- Université Laval - Québec
- Memorial University of Newfoundland School of Pharmacy - Newfoundland
- University of Manitoba Faculty of Pharmacy - Manitoba