The Office of Academic and Student Affairs offers a variety of personalized resources to support student success, including academic and career advising, research, and internship placement. BSPS students primarily receive advising from the BSPS Program Coordinator on program requirements, career options, and to help develop faculty connections. Each student is also assigned a faculty advisor for advice regarding career options and elective coursework.
Career Development is offered through BSPS coursework, advising appointments, and UM’s Career Center.
- All students are required to enroll in Pharmacy 202 – Exploring Careers in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Healthcare, and Pharmacy 302 – Developing Your Professional Self.
- Students can meet with the BSPS Program Coordinator and/or Faculty Advisor to discuss research opportunities, technician positions, industry internships, and job/graduate school search.
- The University Career Center provides support with resumes, interviewing, job/graduate school search, networking, and career fairs.