Master of Pharmacy
Application deadlines: December 1
Full-time, Part-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: February 11
International tuition: A$37,000
Domestic tuition: A$9,359
Complete a Master of Pharmacy at UC and you will: explore the theory and practical science of pharmacy study within a small and specialised learning environment gain the necessary knowledge, exposure, attitudes and clinical decision-making skills required to practice as a pharmacist engage through lectures, practical laboratory classes, and clinical placements undertake a series of problem-based clinical studies develop an understanding of healthcare consumers' needs gain direct experience of the regulatory side of pharmacy practice. be challenged by leading academics and industry experts establish essential professional networks
This program can be done
Admission Requirements Applicants must meet all of the following criteria: A) a completed bachelor degree in any discipline with a credit or higher average, and B) a minimum of one unit (subject) of degree level (or higher) study in each of the following disciplines - chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, and pharmacology. Additional Admission Requirements All students are also required to present current immunisation records prior to commencing clinical experience. Acknowledgement of the principles of ethical conduct and patient's privacy within the healthcare setting are sought from the students. Healthcare institutions will require all students to abide by their guidelines for conduct within their environments. English Language Requirements: There are non-standard English language requirements for this course. To be eligible you must have an academic IELTS of 7.0 overall, or equivalent, with no band score below 7.0.
As the aging population continues to grow globally, the demand for qualified and skilled pharmacists who can also engage with patients across all demographics is expected to increase. UC Master of Pharmacy graduate will enter this market with the benefit of having been trained in a smaller, more personal, learning environment resulting in each student receiving a higher level of mentored education. What this means is that UC Master of Pharmacy graduates are industry respected and will be more than adequately prepared for a variety of career options in either private or government pharmaceutical organisations. Alternatively, graduates will also have the option to gain further qualifications by returning to university at a later date to continue their studies.
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