Resolutions of the Senate Sydney Pharmacy School

The faculties of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Midwifery, and Pharmacy are now schools within the Faculty of Medicine and Health.

Current courses and units of study offered through the schools will continue as the University transitions to the new faculty.

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Resolutions of the Senate

1 Degrees, diplomas and certificates of the Faculty of Pharmacy

(1)
With the exception of the Doctor of Philosophy, the Senate, by authority of the University of Sydney Act 1989 (as amended), provides and confers the following degrees, diplomas and certificates, according to the rules specified by the Faculty of Pharmacy. The Doctor of Philosophy is provided and conferred according to the rules specified by the Senate and the Academic Board.
(2)
This list is amended with effect from 1 January, 2018. Degrees, diplomas and certificates no longer open for admission will be conferred by the Senate according to the rules specified by the Faculty at the time.

2 Degrees

Code

Course title

Abbreviation

Credit points

RPPHDPHA-01

Doctor of Philosophy

PhD

Research

RMPHLPHA-01

Master of Philosophy

MPhil(Pharm)

Research

MAPHARMA-01

Master of Pharmacy

MPharm

96

BUPHARMA-01

Bachelor of Pharmacy^

BPharm

192

BUPHAMGT-01

Bachelor of Pharmacy and Management^

BPharmMgt

240

 


^may be awarded with honours in an integrated program.

3 Graduate certificates

Code

Course title

Abbreviation

Credit points

GCPHAPRA-01

Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice

GradCertPharmPrac

24

GCEVBSCM-01

Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Complementary Medicines

GCCompMed(Evidence-Based)

24