Master of Pharmacy
If you already have a bachelor’s degree, the two-year graduate entry Master of Pharmacy professional degree for those wishing to fast-track a rewarding and challenging career in the pharmacy profession.
As with the Bachelor of Pharmacy, you will be ideally prepared for employment in community, hospital or industrial pharmacy; or to pursue a career in research and academia, including advisory work in government and the pharmaceutical industry. With a strong practical focus, the Master of Pharmacy is designed to deliver graduates advanced clinical skills, ready for prominent roles in all aspects of the profession and for leadership in the use of innovative evidence-based practice.
The course offers a mix of lectures, tutorials, labs, small group work, problem-based learning and clinical placements which develop valuable practical skills and experience. On completion of this degree, and following a compulsory pre-registration training period required for all students (including an Intern Training Program), you will be eligible for registration with the Pharmacy Board of Australia and able to practise as a pharmacist.
Applicants for the Master of Pharmacy are required to:
- have a prior bachelor's degree
- have either met the minimum Grand Point Average (GPA) requirements, or;
have sat the Graduate Australian Medical Admissions Test (GAMSAT), or;
have sat the Medical College of Australia Test (MCAT)
- meet a minimum of 42 out of 54 credit points, or equivalent, in seven prerequisite subjects at university level. (Note: it is possible to take on up to 12 required credit points in the first year of the program, ie overload, in order to fulfil the pre-requisite subject criteria).
- have English language proficiency (if relevant).
Refer to the MPharm Information PDF for full details.
Full details and applications
For full details and application information, visit the Master of Pharmacy page on the Sydney Courses website.