The School of Pharmacy at the University of Technology, Jamaica is the largest in the English speaking Caribbean with a student body of over 350. The pharmacy programme was one of the first programmes offered by the then College of Arts, Science & Technology, (C.A.S.T.).
Since 1962, institutionalised training of pharmacists for Jamaica and other Caribbean islands has been done at UTech. At that time the pharmacists were trained through the Science Department. In 1995 the Department was expanded into Faculty of Health & Applied Sciences with two arms - School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and the Department of Sciences and Mathematics. In August 2009 the newly formed School of Pharmacy was positioned in the College of Health Sciences.
The School of Pharmacy offers certificate, degree, masters and doctoral programmes.
The Pharmacy Technician programme -18 months; full-time
Bachelor of Pharmacy programme - 4 years; full-time
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Pharmacy programme - 1 year; full-time
The Masters in Pharmaceutical Sciences - 3 years; part-time
The Doctor of Pharmacy - 3 years; part-time
The Bachelor of Pharmacy programme is accredited by University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) and continues to produce graduates that are highly motivated, current and who continue to make significant contribution to the delivery of health care in Jamaica, across the Caribbean region and the World.