Pharmacy

 

Semester Courses


1st Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS *

PHCM

101

General & Inorganic Chemistry

8

PHBL

101

Pharmaceutical Biology I

5

PHTC

101

History of Pharmacy & Biotechnology

1

PHTX

111

Pharmaceutical & Medical Terminology

1

MATH

104

Mathematics & Statistics

4

CSIS

104

Introduction to computer  Science

3

HUMA

102

English Language I (English for academic purposes)

2

HUMA

111

German Language I

3

Total ECTS = 27Credit Points

*ECTS:

2nd Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

223

Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

8

PHCM

212

Physics for Pharmacy

6

PHCM

231

Physical Chemistry

7

PHBL

202

Pharmaceutical Biology II

7

HUMA

212

German language II

3

HUMA

201

English Language II (Introduction to Scientific Methods)

2

Total ECTS = 33 Credit Points

*ECTS:

3rd Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS

PHCM

331

Organic  Chemistry I

7

PHBL

303

Pharmacognosy I

5

PHTC

311

Pharmaceutics I

5

PHTX

301

Physiology & Anatomy I

5

HUMA

313

German Language III

3

HUMA

314

English Language III (Communication & Presentation Skills)

2

Total ECTS = 27 Credit Points

*ECTS:

4th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

432

Organic  Chemistry  II

7

PHBT

401

General & Pharmaceutical Microbiology

7

PHTC

411

Pharmaceutics II (Drug Dosage Forms)

5

PHTX

402

Physiology & Anatomy II

5

PHBT

601

Biotechnology I  (Introduction to Biotechnology)

1

HUMA

414

German Language IV

3

HUMA

415

English Language IV (Research Paper Writing)

2

Total ECTS = 30 Credit Points

*ECTS:

5th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

571

Pharmaceutical Chemistry I

7

PHCM

561

Instrumental analysis I

8

PHBC

521

Biochemistry I

5

PHBL

511

Pharmacognosy II

6

PHTC

521

Biopharmacy & Pharmacokinetics

3

Total ECTS = 29 Credit Points

*ECTS:

6th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

672

Pharmaceutical Chemistry II

7

PHCM

662

Instrumental analysis II

7

PHBC

621

Biochemistry II (Clinical  Biochemistry)

5

PHBL

621

Phytochemistry I

6

PHTX

621

Pathology & Histology

5

Total ECTS = 30 Credit Points

*ECTS:

7th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

773

Pharmaceutical Chemistry III

8

PHBL

722

Phytochemistry II

6

PHBL

731

Medicinal Plant & Marine Excursions

2

PHTC

732

Pharmaceutical Technology I

7

PHBC

731

Biochemistry III (Pathobiochemistry)

6

Total ECTS = 29 Credit Points

*ECTS:

8th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

874

Pharmaceutical Chemistry IV

8

PHBL

831

Phytotherapy & Biogenic Drugs

4

PHTC

833

Pharmaceutical Technology II

7

PHTX

831

Toxicology I

5

PHTX

841

Pharmacology I

7

Total ECTS = 31 Credit Points

*ECTS:

9th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHBT

811

Microbiology & Immunology

4

PHTC

934

Pharmaceutical Technology III

7

PHTC

941

Quality Assurance

1

PHTX

961

Clinical Pharmacy I

4

PHTX

943

Toxicology II

8

PHTX

944

First Aid

1

PHTX

942

Pharmacology II

5

Total ECTS = 30 Credit Points

*ECTS:

10th Semester Courses

Code

No.

Course

ECTS*

PHCM

081

Drug Design

9

PHTC

051

Legislation & Pharmacy Laws

1

PHTX

062

Clinical Pharmacy II

4

PHTX

051

Pharmacoepidemiology &  Economy

5

PHTX

071

Pharmacotherapeutics

5

PHBT

091

Biotechnology II

(Fermentation Technology)

5

PHTC

061

Pharmacy Management

1

Total ECTS = 30 Credit Points

*ECTS:

Optional Elective Courses

 

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Research
Pharmacy Management and Marketing
Hospital Management and Health care
Pharmaceutical Analysis and Validation

Internship aims to provide the students with the opportunity to enhance their academic programs’ knowledge and skills with field experience, related to their career interest, in a variety of settings insuring a natural transition to the highest level of professional preparation. The value of work-related experience gives our graduates the chance to be successfully placed in the world of work in national and international fields of work. It aims also to equip graduates with the necessary theoretical and applied skills which permit students to function effectively in the pharmacy professional fields as in each instance, students confront the challenges and issues which they will eventually encounter in their future careers in an actual working situation and discover the value of work in a pharmaceutical business or in a health care system.
The internship is evaluated as follows: A. External Evaluation is done through Employer Reference/Evaluation Form to be delivered with technical report about the internship to the Student Career and Alumni Development office (SCAD). B. Internal Evaluation is done through the faculty internship committee and the SCAD office. A. External Evaluation After the students finish their internships, they are required to have the Employer Reference/Evaluation Form filled by their external supervisor and it has to be officially stamped by the healthcare institution/organization and delivered to Student Career and Alumni Development office. B. Internal Evaluation Each student will write an Internship Technical Report about the performed internship. Each student has to note that any activities and/or information which have been classified by the company as being “confidential” are not to be shared or mentioned in the report. Please refer to Confidentiality agreement which has to be attached to the technical report. Each student will be assigned to an academic supervisor. The academic supervisor will evaluate the students’ internship from the technical aspects.