Study in the Discipline of Pharmacology is offered by the Sydney Medical School. Units of study in this major are available at standard and advanced level.
Program structure and content
Students enrolled in undergraduate science degrees may elect subjects in this discipline in the second and third years of their study. This discipline offers a general training in pharmacology to students in the Faculty of Science. It provides three intermediate 6-credit point units of study and eight senior 6-credit point units of study.
First year planning for a Pharmacology major
Essential: 6 credit points of Junior BIOL or MBLG1001/1901/1991 and 6 credit points of Junior Chemistry.
Requirements for a major
For a major in Pharmacology, the minimum requirement is 24 credit points from the senior units of study listed in this subject area in Table 1.
Subject to a satisfactory standard being attained in Pharmacology, a student may arrange to read for the Honours degree in this subject area. Much of the work will be arranged to suit the interest of the individual.
The student will participate in a research project in progress in the Discipline. A research plan, literature review and a 50-page thesis on the research project must be prepared. Seminars on the literature review, the project and another chosen topic will be given by the student.
Dr Rachel Codd
P + 61 2 9351 6378
Contact and further information
Ms Beverly Hehir
Phone: +61 2 9351 3819