Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
With a strong practical focus, this program is designed to deliver graduates with advanced clinical skills, ready for prominent roles in all aspects of the profession and for leadership in the use of innovative evidence-based practice. It offers a mix of lectures, tutorials, labs, small group work, problem-based learning and clinical placements which develop valuable practical skills and experience. The program provides graduate students with the academic qualification needed to begin the registration process to become a pharmacist.
Holders of non-pharmacy degrees
96 credit points
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelor degree
- Plus university level knowledge of chemistry, pharmacology, physiology, human biology, biochemistry, calculus and statistics
Satisfies the academic requirements for registration as a pharmacist in NSW
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Conditional entry and bridging studies may be available for candidates who do not completely satisfy the pre-requisites.