The College of Pharmacy is a five-year mixture of required and optional courses. Students are generally enrolled in 15-18 units per semester. The curriculum template below provides an overview of the curriculum for pharmacy.
The pharmacist is a key member of the health care team that provides preventive and curative pharmaceutical care and acts as a resource for patients and other healthcare providers. A dynamic educational program is needed to develop these competencies.
University teachers continually review and improve the curriculum to ensure that students develop the core competencies of an expanding pharmacist's role as a healthcare provider. Curriculum changes also reflect scientific developments, population changes, increased health expectations, technological progress, the increasing role of government in health services and other impacts.
Foundation courses include biomedical and social, clinical and clinical sciences in the first three years of the curriculum.
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Registration is open during the summer and winter seasons each year, from June 1 to November 1, as well as from January 1 to March 1 each year.
Students complete the introductory pharmacy practice experiences as well as practical courses during the semesters of each year. The last fifth year of the program includes advanced pharmacy practice experiences, which are used in healthcare development in all major international medical institutions.