University of Newcastle
Your pharmacy degree at UON will teach you theoretical knowledge in biomedical, pharmacotherapeutics and pharmaceutical sciences. You will also have plenty of opportunities to develop your skills through hands-on professional placements. By studying a variety of courses you will:
Learn how to prepare, formulate and use medications safely and effectively to improve patient health and well-being.
Gain the comprehensive medical knowledge and exceptional communication skills required to provide trustworthy advice on the symptoms and management of common ailments and educate the community on a wide range of health and wellbeing matters.
Learn how to use your knowledge, experience and expertise to positively influence the management of pharmaceutical services in Australia and globally.
Develop foundational research skills and discover a range of research areas that you can choose to pursue in your pharmacy career: from investigating drug design and discovery; to formulation development, pharmacy practice, personalised health care and health technologies assessment.
Your areas of study will include:
Anatomy and physiology
Drug design and discovery
Mental health first aid
All UON pharmacy students graduate with an Honours degree, giving you a distinct advantage when seeking employment. As part of the honours component you can choose from two study pathways.
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|Institution Name||University of Newcastle|
|Course Duration||4 years full-time.|
|Course University||University of Newcastle|
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Our research is world-class and diverse. Our degree programs are internationally recognised and our partnerships and collaborations drive innovation. Our alumni are leaders and our students are preparing to make a difference in the world.We are ranked in the top three per cent of universities world-wide and we have only just turned 50.