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Courses

 

PharmD

 

The Department of Drug and Food Control presents the following courses for PharmD students in the Faculty of Pharmacy. These courses are taught to more than 100 PharmD students every year.

 

Core courses of PharmD program

No.

Course

credits

hour

1

Systematic Bacteriology

3

51

2

Practical Bacteriology

1

17

3

Microbiological Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals

2

34

4

Practical Microbiological Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals

1

17

5

Physicochemical Control of Pharmaceuticals

2

34

6

Practical Physicochemical Control of Pharmaceuticals

1

17

7

Nutrition and Diet Therapy

3

51

8

Analysis and Control of Foods

3

51

9

Drug-Food Interaction

2

34

10

Principles of Health Care Services

1

17

11

Biostatistics

2

34

12

Practical Biostatistics

1

17

 

 

 PhD

PhD Program

Courses (PhD)

No.

Core Courses

21

Elective Courses

6

Thesis

21

Total

48

 

 

 

Core Courses:

No.

Course

credits

hour

1

Chemical Kinetics and Stability of Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Products

2

34

2

Design and Validation of Methods and Analytical Instruments for Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Products

2

34

4

Microbiological Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals

2

34

5

Practical Microbiological Quality Control of Pharmaceuticals

1

17

6

Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance

3

51

7

Drug Safety

1

17

8

Practical Drug Safety

1

17

10

Advanced Physicochemical Control of Pharmaceuticals

2

17

11

Practical Physicochemical Control of Pharmaceuticals

1

17

14

Quality Control of Bio-Pharmaceuticals

3

17

15

Practical Quality Control of Bio-Pharmaceuticals

2

 

16

Effectiveness of Drugs

1

17

17

Theses 1-5

21

-

 

Elective Courses:

No.

Course

Credits

1

Advanced Statistical Methods 1

3

2

Advanced Statistical Methods 2

2

3

Quality Control of Vaccines

1

4

Quality Control of Cosmetics

1

5

Quality Control of Disinfectants

2

6

Quality Management

2

 

 

 

2. Comprehensive examination:

Students should choose an advisor and write a thesis proposal which should be approved by the graduate committee within the first two years of their studies. Upon the completion of the remedial and required courses and approval of the thesis proposal, students should pass comprehensive examinations (written and oral) in order to be qualified to continue with doctoral work. 

 

3. Thesis defense

Students are required to present and defend their thesis before a faculty committee.

 

 

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