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Help patients overcome physical, sensory or cognitive obstacles through the therapeutic use of everyday activities as an occupational therapist. By earning your OT degree from Saint Joseph’s University, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to make a meaningful impact on patient care.
As North America’s first college of pharmacy, the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at Saint Joseph’s University offers a top-ranking PharmD program to prepare students for successful careers in the pharmacy profession.
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program is designed for individuals with a bachelor’s degree who seek to become physical therapists. Through this program, you’ll play a critical and rewarding role in improving health outcomes for patients by optimizing movement and helping prevent disease.
Dive deep into the interactions between drugs and chemicals and biological systems with a PhD in pharmacology and toxicology. Taught by renowned faculty in the historic Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, our research-focused program trains you to be a pharmacologist or toxicologist in academia, private industry or public service.
The Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program is designed for individuals with a bachelor’s degree who seek to become a registered occupational therapist. Through this program, you will learn how to help patients overcome physical, sensory or cognitive obstacles and will make a meaningful impact on patient care.
Saint Joseph’s University’s accredited master’s in pharmaceutics program explores how best to administer a drug to the human body and turn chemicals into effective medications. With a pharmaceutics graduate degree, you’ll advance to the forefront of medical progress.
Build your mastery of how drugs and chemicals work with a Master of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology from Saint Joseph’s. Our program combines theory with experiment and features a thesis-based curriculum, faculty-supervised laboratory research and small class sizes.