The Faculty of Pharmacy offers an academic program leading to a Pharm. D. degree, granting graduates the title of “Dr. Pharm.” This comprehensive program provides both theoretical knowledge and practical training in the field of pharmacy. The Pharm. D. degree earned is recognized internationally, particularly within the EU and various other countries. It’s worth noting that in some cases, pharmacists, like other professionals, may need to fulfill additional requirements such as professional examinations, language proficiency tests, practical training, and further studies for licensure.
Spanning a duration of five years (equivalent to 10 semesters), the program commences with foundational studies in basic sciences, serving as a solid groundwork for subsequent pharmaceutical coursework. During the latter part of the program, students engage in both general and specialized pharmaceutical education through university departments, teaching pharmacies, research institutes, laboratories, and the pharmaceutical industry.
Upon completion of the program, graduates with a Pharmacy diploma are eligible to work in various sectors including public and hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical laboratories, the pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical research institutions, international pharmaceutical trade, and pharmaceutical materials management.