(MPharm) Pharmacy

Duration: 3 years

Course details

This programme includes the study of science and healthcare. The objective is to provide you with the scientific knowledge and skills to be a pharmacist. You will develop an understanding of normal and abnormal bodily functions and be able to apply your knowledge to the treatment of patients. You will learn about the role of the pharmacist in healthcare and in the pharmaceutical industry and gain interpersonal skills such as communication, application of information technology and group working within the context of the profession.


Year 1

  • Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology

  • Biological and Biochemical Science

  • Chemistry of Drug

  • Foundation of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

  • Pharmacy Practice and Medicines

Year 2

  • Pharmacotherapeutics

  • Nervous systems

  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Analysis

  • Physiology and therapeutics

  • Immunology

Year 3

  • Body System

  • Biotechnology

  • Infection and Pharmaceutical Microbiology

  • Law, ethics and Social Science

  • Drug and Medicine development

Entry requirements

  • UCAS: 120 tariff points minimum
  • GCSEs: minimum of grade C with 5 subjects including English language and mathematics and Biology.

Career posibilities

After graduating, you can feel confident in finding a job. Pharmacists are experts on the discovery, manufacture and supply of medicines. You will be able to find positions in Community practice, Hospital services, Pharmaceutical industry and the department of health.

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