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Courses

Combine your science skills with your passion to help people and become a pharmacist. Pharmacists do so much more than dispense drugs. They improve the health and well-being within our community and have a positive impact on many people’s lives. If you’re searching for a rewarding career, then our accredited bachelor or graduate entry master of pharmacy will give you the skills you need to become a registered pharmacist.

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Undergraduate courses

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)The B.Pharm. (Honours) stream is an enhancement of the standard undergraduate program. Honours is an option offered to students who have performed well during the first two years of the course. Each Honours student works individually with a supervisor on a research project during third and fourth years. The purpose of the honours program is to provide students with experience and training in research in pharmaceutical science, pharmacy practice, or pharmacology.The honours program is based upon a mentoring system where students benefit from working closely with their supervisor and frequently other researchers as well. The honours students benefit by: extending their knowledge and understanding in specific topics of interest in pharmacy and related sciences, improve their skills in critical reading of the literature and in effective scientific communication, learning specific research methods and techniques, developing the ability to plan and carry out a research project, and preparation of report on the results. Honours students specialise in a particular field of study and also benefit from a greater range of future opportunities for undertaking higher degrees and following careers in pharmacy practice or the drug sciences..

Postgraduate courses

  • Master of Pharmacy (Graduate Entry): Have you completed a bachelor degree already? We offer you a fast-track option to becoming a pharmacist through our two-year graduate entry master course.

The following are Higher Degree by Research qualifications. Further information is available here.