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About the course
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) course focuses on developing practising pharmacists who can make a real difference to patients’ well-being while having a rewarding career.
The knowledge of drugs will progress from the study of how drugs are made and analysed for purity, to how they are formulated into dosage forms acceptable to patients and their use in diseases, prevention and treatment. Community Pharmacy, Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Industry, Academia, Government and Regulatory Agencies, Veterinary Pharmacy, Military Pharmacy, Research, Professional Pharmacy Organisations. The programme integrates scientific knowledge while attaining practical, clinical and professional skills, to equip students to be competent healthcare professionals of the future. This program builds a strong knowledge foundation including chemistry, biology, physiology and anatomy, while also developing your professional skills and practice.The option exists to major in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics and work under the guidance of one of our experienced researchers. Benefit from a program that integrates six streams of study: quality use of medicines; dosage form design; social and professional aspects of pharmacy; drug discovery; biological fate of drugs; and data analysis.
- relate knowledge and skills attained in all themes of the course (structure and function of the body, drug structure, disposition and action, professional practice, comprehensive care, inquiry and innovation, and professional experience) to the pharmacy practice context
- demonstrate, in the context of clinical situations, advanced cognitive and non-cognitive skills, including oral and written communication, critical thinking, learning for life, numeracy and information literacy, and leadership
- display the relevant professional and social values, attitudes and behaviour necessary for practice. Apply the knowledge and skills gained to promote, develop and contribute to the quality use of medicines and to the health of the community.
- apply the relevant cognitive and technical skills for the practice of pharmacy as defined by the current competencies and expectations of future practice
- develop and implement a personalised learning plan to achieve skills required for entry into pre-registration training
- demonstrate integrated problem-solving skills, innovative thinking and application of evidence in practice settings.
Data Analysis in Pharmacy
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II
Pharmaceutical Analysis I
Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
Pharmaceutical Analysis II
Microbiology and Immunology
Pharmacy Practice I
Applied Pharmacotherapeutics I
Genetics and Molecular Biology
Pharmacy Practice II
Pharmacy Business Management
Applied Pharmacotherapeutics II
Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacy Practice III
Natural Products in Medicine
Applied Pharmacotherapeutics III
Pharmaceutical Care in Specific Populations
Research in Pharmacy
Research Project I
Research Project II
Clinical Pharmacy I
Clinical Pharmacy II
Clinical Pharmacy III
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