Degree Programs


Degree: Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

Total Course Credits

• General Courses: 24

• Basic Courses: 58

• Specialized Courses: 103

• Practice experience (training courses): 18

• Thesis: 8

Program Description

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) is one of major fields of the medical sciences established to meet the needs of the society. Pharmaceutical professionals are expected to have sufficient general knowledge in different areas of pharmaceutical sciences to meet pharmacy-related needs of the society at different levels as described below. The specific objectives are as follows:

a) To meet the general educational, professional, and research needs in the field of pharmacy to better understand pharmaceutical sciences and better serve to the needs of the society.

b) To achieve scientific capabilities in the area of research and study in pharmaceutical sciences.

Admission Requirements

PharmD is a grade where students will get into this field by taking part in a national countrywide universities entrance exam after they get their high school diploma. Those who will get the minimum required marks, they will be admitted to this field.

Expected Competencies at the End of the Program

1- General Competencies

2- Specific Competencies and Skills

*At the end of the program learners will be competent in the following skills:

  1. To work as a responsible and professional pharmacist everywhere needed from public to hospital
  2. or industry To do study and research in the field
  3. To take a role in pharmaceutical management, marketing, policy and regulatory aspects, etc.
  4. To work in the pharmaceutical and related industries (food, cosmetics, hygienic, biological products, etc.)
  5. To be able to teach general theoretical and practical courses in the field

Educational Strategies, Methods and Techniques

Student Assessment (Methods and Types)

a) Methods of the assessment

Residents will be evaluated by the following methods:

Written, Verbal, OSLE, OSCE, Logbook

b) Types of the assessment

Formative and Summative

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