Master of Pharmacy
For all administrative enquiries, contact the Student Centre (details on right). Please contact the course coordinator for academic enquiries only.
|MPharm Coordinator||Dr Rebecca Roubin|
Units of Study
A minimum of 96 credit points of course material will be delivered over four semesters as well as three additional non-standard teaching sessions. The course commences in late February/early March.
The semesters are structured around the standard academic calendar and are valued at 18 credit points each. In addition, two non-standard sessions (*) will be conducted in first year and one non-standard session in second year, focused mainly on experiential clinical placements, to the value of 12 credit points each year.
|Course Code||Unit of Study||Credit Points|
|YEAR 1 - SEMESTER 1|
|PHAR5711||Introductory Professional Practice||3|
|PHAR5713||Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry||6|
|PHAR5714||Pharmaceutics and Formulations||6|
|YEAR 1 - SEMESTER 2|
|PHAR5715||Metabolsim and Pharmacokinetics||6|
|PHAR5716||Integrated Primary Healthcare 1||6|
|PHAR5717||Integrated Primary Healthcare 2||6|
|* PHAR5718||* Experiential Placement 1A (July)||3|
|* PHAR5719||* Experiential Placement 1B (December/January)||9|
|YEAR 2 - SEMESTER 1|
|PHAR5506||Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2B||6|
|PHAR5508||Pharmacy Practice B||6|
|YEAR 2 - SEMESTER 2|
|PHAR5510||Pharmacy Practice C||6|
|* PHAR5512||* Clinical Residency 2 (July)||12|
Requirements for clinical placements
Successful completion of this course is contingent on satisfactory performance in a number of clinical placements.
Further information on the units of study in the Master of Pharmacy can be found in the Faculty of Pharmacy Handbook.