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Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)

Degree
Pharm.D.
Duration (Years)
6
Medium of Instruction
English

Eczacılık (Pharm.D.) Programı

Eastern Mediterranean University Faculty of Pharmacy started offering education at the beginning of the 2011-2012 Academic Year. The medium of instruction is English in the 5-year program which is composed of 10 semesters excluding the English Preparatory School. The Faculty also offers a 6-year Pharm.D. program.

General Information

The fundamental mission of the Eastern Mediterranean University Pharmacy Faculty is to graduate qualified pharmacists and scientists who have conceived the principles and ethical concepts of pharmacy as a profession and who are equipped with high level fit-out at international standards to serve as first-step health advisors in the community. The Faculty also aims to contribute to the scientific research both locally and globally, to use the obtained knowledge for the benefit of the community and, last but not least, to become the best and the most respected faculty of pharmacy within our region by passing on knowledge necessary for obtaining employment in international drug industry and the other branches of this profession.

Our vision as Eastern Mediterranean University Faculty of Pharmacy is to grow qualified and conscientious professionals who work in line with universal criteria of pharmacy profession, show respect towards their profession, work towards the benefit of the society, possess analytical thinking and work effectively in a team in the scope of pharmaceutical sciences and community health.

Education

Putting considerable focus on laboratory applications, Eastern Mediterranean University Pharmacy Faculty consists of the following departments and units:

Department of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany Department – Department of Pharmacology - Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry - Department of Pharmaceutical Toxicology - Department of Pharmaceutical Technology

During the 5-year program, in order to graduate, students are required to perform their internship practice in the areas of pharmacy, hospital pharmacy and industrial pharmacy for a minimum period of 6 months.

Facilities

Having been designed in accordance with the program requirements and objectives, laboratories housed by EMU Pharmacy Faculty contain the latest technical and physical features and provide educational and research-related services. The labs can cater for 270 students at the same time. The program also offers an independent microscopy lab for students’ individual use. Each lab contains a smart board creating a productive educational environment for students.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the program may work in pharmacies, hospitals, medicine industry, research and development laboratories, medicine and medical equipment companies and any other equivalent establishments. They may also work in the cosmetics industry, thanks to the in-depth information they received from courses on cosmetology.

Contact Information

Tel: +90 392 630 2401
Fax: +90 392 365 2819
E-mail: pharmacy@emu.edu.tr
Web: http://pharmacy.emu.edu.tr

Degree
Pharm.D.
Duration (Years)
6
Medium of Instruction
English

Curriculum

Course Code Course Title Semester Credit Lecture Hour (hrs/week) Lab (hrs/week) Tutorial (hrs/week) ECTS
Semester 1
CHEM105 General Chemistry
Matter and measurements; Atoms and elements; Molecules, compounds and chemical equations; Chemical quantities and aqueous reactions; Gases, Thermochemistry; The quantum-mechanical model of the atom; Periodic properties of the elements; Chemical bonding;Liquids, solids, intermolecular forces, Solutions, Acids and bases
1 5 4 2 -
MATH155 Mathematics
Sets, numbers, continuity in functions, limit and derivatives, proportion and function graphics, kinds of function, integral, methods of taking an integral, area between the curves, volume calculations, exponential numbers, logarithmic calculations
1 3 3 1 -
PHYS111 Principles of Physics
Physics and Measurement; Vectors; Motion in One Direction; The Laws of Motion; Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton's Laws; Energy of a System; Fluid Mechanics; Electric Fields; Magnetic Fields; Nuclear Structure (Radioactivity); X-Rays
1 3 2 2 -
ITEC105 Computer - I
This course is an introduction to the world of Computing and Information Technology (IT). Today, we are all part of an exploding Information Society and in this dynamic new society people at homes, schools, institutions and businesses are engaged in an ever- growing partnership with computers. Computers and Information Technology are part of just about everything we do at work and at home. And the fact is that, computers will play an even greater role in our lives in the years to come. The course presents the basic description of information technology concepts, basic computer system hardware and software components, common terminology in information technology, application areas, and integration of computer system components.
1 3 2 2 -
ENGL191 Communication in English - I
ENGL 191 is a first semester freshman academic English course. It is designed to help students improve the level of their English to B1 level, as specified in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The course connects critical thinking with language skills and incorporates learning technologies such as Moodle. The purpose of the course is to consolidate students? knowledge and awareness of academic discourse, language structures and lexis. The main focus will be on the development of productive (writing and speaking) and receptive (reading) skills in academic settings.
1 3 3 1 -
ENGL181 Academic English - I
ENGL 181 is a first semester freshman academic English course. It is designed to help students improve the level of their English to B1 level, as specified in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The course connects critical thinking with language skills and incorporates learning technologies such as Moodle. The purpose of the course is to consolidate students? knowledge and awareness of academic discourse, language structures and lexis. The main focus will mainly be on the development of productive (writing and speaking) and receptive (reading) skills in academic settings.
1 3 5 1 1
TUSL181 Turkish as a Second Language 1 2 2 - -
HIST280 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Reforms 1 2 2 - -
Semester 2
BIOL124 Introduction to Molecular Biology and Genetics
This course aims to increase awareness of molecular basis of modern genetics. It covers basic structure of DNA, RNA and their functions. It covers transmission of hereditary material, gene expression and regulation, and protein synthesis. Importance of the Human Genome Project is highlighted.
2 3 2 3 -
MATH212 Biostatistics
Introduction to statistics and biostatistics, usage of statistics in health sciences and related investigations, data collection, descriptive statistics, tables and graphs, probability and probability distributions, sampling, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation analysis, basic concepts of statistics and descriptive statistics, statistical comparison methods, statistical analyses, research design, data collection tools, inspection of sufficiency and reliabilities, scaling and preparation of scientific reports
2 3 3 - 1
PSYC108 Introduction to Psychological Sciences
General topics of psychology such as scientific development of psychology, important subjects of study, sub-areas, the basic approaches in psychology, scientific methods used in psychology, the interaction between body and behavior, behavioral disorders, human development, etc.
2 2 2 - -
MDCN140 First Aid and Medical Devices
Introduction to first aid, the patient's general examination and evaluation, vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, fever, respiratory), medical first aid, cardiac, pulmonary, basic life support, airway, respiratory, circulatory, gastrointestinal emergencies, endocrine, immunological emergencies, pediatric emergencies, first aid surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, fractures and injuries, trauma, shock, wound care, and bleeding control, emergencies related to environmental factors, chemical and physical agents, poisoning, legal aspects of emergency care, introduction to devices used for medical purposes in patients, in diagnosis, therapy or surgery and introduction of medical devices
2 1 1 1 -
MDCN142 Anatomy and Histology
General information about human anatomy, systematic anatomy, digestive system, circulation-excretion system, urogenital system, respiration system, and nervous system in anatomy education, histological methods and microscopy, cytology, histology of connective tissues, bone, muscle, and body systems
2 3 2 2 -
NUTD223 Nutrition and Diet Treatment
Food hygiene and cleanliness, nutrition and health, principles of nutrition, macronutrients and micronutrients, diseases related to nutrition, food supplements, oral and parenteral nutrition and thieir practices
2 3 3 - -
PHAR206 Medical Terminology
Terms used in medical and pharmaceutical areas, their detailed definition, medical abbreviations, terminology used in prescriptions
2 2 2 - -
ENGL182 Academic English - II
ENGL 182 is a second semester freshman academic English course. It is designed to help students improve the level of their English to B2 level, as specified in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The course connects critical thinking with language skills and incorporates learning technologies such as Moodle. The purpose of the course is to consolidate students? knowledge and awareness of academic discourse, language structures and lexis. The main focus will mainly be on the development of language skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking and the improvement of general academic study skills necessary in an academic setting.
2 3 5 1 -
ENGL192 Communication in English - II
This course is designed to further help students improve their English to B2 level, as specified in the Common European Framework of References for Languages. The course aims to reconsolidate and develop students? knowledge and awareness of academic discourse, language structures, and critical thinking. The course also incorporates use of technologies such as MOODLE. The course will focus on reading, writing, listening, speaking and introducing documentation, and will also focus on presentation skills in academic settings.
2 3 3 - 1
Semester 3
CHEM243 Organic Chemistry - I
Structure and bonding, alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, reactions of alkenes and alkynes, aromatic compounds, stereochemistry, organohalides, nucleophilic substitutions and eliminations, alcohols, phenols, ethers
3 4 4 1 -
CHEM247 Analytical Chemistry - I
Calculations used in analytical chemistry, chemical equilibrium, acids, bases, buffer solutions, the classical methods of analysis, gravimetric and titrimetric methods (neutralization, complexometry, nitritometry and redox titrations), introduction to electrochemistry, potentiometry, spectrochemical methods, atomic absorption spectroscopy, introduction to analytic separations and gas chromatography, qualitative analysis applications of a variety of chromatographic techniques (TLC, paper, colon), titrimetric methods in quantitative analysis of drugs
3 4 3 2 -
MDCN241 Medical Microbiology
Introduction to Microbiology, introduction to bacteriology, bacteria that cause disease, cell structure, virulence factors, antimicrobial drugs, mechanisms of action of pharmaceutical agents and antibiotic resistance, anaerobic bacteria, introduction to mycology, Mycobacteria, mycoplasma, Ricketsia, Chlamidiae, Spirochetes, treatments, classification of fungi, metabolites, fungal infections, antifungal chemotherapy, microbial genetic, genetic transfer in bacteria, genetics of antimicrobial resistance, microbial metabolism, Infection control in the hospital, normal microbial flora of the human body, role of resistant flora, normal flora of the skin, normal flora of the mouth-upper respiratory tract-intestine
3 3 3 1 -
MDCN243 Public Health
Public health information, protective medicine, health administration, family planning, birth control, epidemic diseases, protection methods of personal and public health, immunization, environmental sanitation, promotion techniques for healthy lifestyle and improvement of well-being
3 2 2 - -
MDCN245 Physiology - I
Introduction to physiology, functional organization of human body, cell physiology, neurophysiology, membrane and muscle physiology, cardiovascular system and blood physiology
3 4 4 - -
MDCN247 Virology and Parasitology
Classification of viruses and parasites, introduction of pathogenic species of these microorganisms, virological diseases, parasitological diseases, anti-viral and anti-parasite drugs
3 4 3 2 -
Semester 4
CHEM246 Organic Chemistry - II
Aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and derivatives, carbonyl alpha substitution and condensation reactions, amines, spectroscopy, biomolecules, carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides and proteins
4 4 3 2 -
CHEM254 Biochemisrty
Protein structure, enzymes, carbohydrates and lipids, cell membranes, channels, pumps and receptors, transducing and storing energy, nucleic acid structure and DNA replication, RNA synthesis, processing and regulation, gene expression, protein synthesis, techniques in protein biochemistry, immunological and recombinant DNA techniques
4 3 2 2 -
BIOL412 Immunology
The course is designed to discuss the basic concepts of immune system and immune response. The main aim ise to teach the use of immunology knowledge in the field of molecular biology and genetics and in pharmaceutical industry. Components and function of immune system, natural immunity, adaptive immunity, molecular basics of immunology, importance of recombination in immune system and diversity in cells of the immun system, antibody and vaccine development and molecular level control of immune system is discussed.
4 4 3 3 -
MDCN144 Pathology
Description, causes, distinction, indications and diagnostic methods of pathology of diseases, treatment, response to treatment and various diseases including different systems
4 2 2 - -
MDCN244 Physiology - II
"Cell structure and function, action potentials, muscle contraction (skeletal muscle, smooth muscle and heart muscle), peripheral and central nervous system, deep cutaneous and visceral sensations, vision, hearing, smell and taste, the blood and the body's defense systems, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, urinary system, endocrinology, reproductive system "
4 4 3 2 -
PHAR204 Pharmaceutical Botany
Classification of plant kingdom, schema and presentation of its sections (Gymnospermae and Angiospermae), primitive plant families, advanced plant families, important micro and macroalgae species in pharmacy, bacteriophyta, micro and macrofungi, important plant families with medicinal potential, plant species used in preparation of herbal medicines and in traditional medicine
4 3 2 2 -
CHEM248 Analytical Chemistry - II
Classification of analytical methods, instrumental methods and samples, selection of analytical method, accuracy, certainty, variation range, the concepts of selectivity, confidence interval, probability level problems, introduction to separation methods, extraction and extraction problems, introduction to chromatographic methods, mechanisms of chromatography, classification of chromatographic methods, high-pressure liquid chromatography, introduction to spectrochemical methods, device presentation for optical spectrometry, qualitative and quantitative applications of molecular absorption spectrophotometry, atomic spectroscopic techniques, introduction to electroanalytical methods, potentiometric and conductometric analysis methods, voltammetric analysis methods
4 3 3 - 1
Semester 5
PHAR301 Pharmacology - I
Basic principles of pharmacology, the dynamics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion (ADME), the routes of drug administration, drug receptors and drug- receptor interactions, the mechanisms of drug action, drug interactions, and adverse/side effects, basic and clinical evaluation of new drugs, drugs affecting autonomic nervous system, autacoids
5 3 3 - -
PHAR303 Pharmaceutical Chemistry - I
Introduction to pharmaceutical chemistry and general concepts, drug-receptor interactions, theoretical applications in drug development, drug metabolism, chemotherapeutic agents, antiseptics and disinfectants, antibiotics, antiviral and anti-neoplastic drugs, drugs affecting cholinergic system; drugs affecting cardiovascular system (cardiac glycosides, antianginal and antiarrhythmic drugs), ACE inhibitors, ARA drugs and diuretics, density, melting and boiling point, definition of some physical terms such as refractive index and optical rotation and their practical implementation, quantitative analysis of drugs with spectral methods such as UV and colorimeter, HPLC and capillary electrophoresis and their applications
5 3 2 2 -
PHAR305 Pharmacognosy - I
General definitions and concepts of Pharmacognosy, biosynthesis of natural products, qualitative and quantitative analysis methods of plant chemicals, carbohydrates, oses and osides, oligoholosides, polyholosides and their natural resources, introduction to heterosides, cardioactive heterosides, triterpene and steroidal saponosides, flavonoids and phenol heterosides, coumarins, tannins, anthraquinones, naphtaquinones, cyanogenetic heterosides, glycogenetic heterosides, senevol heterosides
5 3 2 2 -
PHAR307 Pharmaceutical Technology - I
Introduction to drug carrier systems and dosage forms, preparation of dosage forms in drug and pharmacy and introduction to formulation conception, developing new drug formulations and authorization processes necessary for acceptability of dosage forms, conception of dosage form, dosage forms in the form of solutions and dispersed systems, solutions, dispersed systems (colloidal dispersions, suspensions, emulsions, pharmaceutical aerosols), semi-solid dosage forms and transdermal systems, ointments, creams, gels, percutaneous absorption, transdermal drug carrier systems, pharmaceutical inserts (rectal and vaginal suppository and other inserts), formulation of dosage forms, evaluation of stability and bioavailability of pharmaceutical product after industrial scale production
5 4 3 2 -
PHAR309 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Cell Culture
Introduction and basic principles of pharmaceutical biotechnology, importance of recombinant DNA technology in pharmaceuticals, mechanisms and causes of protein destabilization, methods used to evaluate protein pharmaceuticals, biotechnology-based pharmaceuticals and formulation approaches to protein stabilization, developments in protein drug delivery, regulatory aspects of biotechnology-based pharmaceuticals, principles of cell culture, preparation, selection, and maintenance of cell culture lines
5 4 4 - -
PHAR311 History and Ethics of Pharmacy
Therapy in old ages, European pharmacy in middle age, pharmacy in the Islamic world, old famous pharmacist-physicians, historical process of pharmacy, the cornerstones of pharmacy in the history, pharmacy oath and the deontology guideline teamworks, possible interviews with colleagues
5 1 1 - -
Semester 6
PHAR302 Pharmacology - II
Asthma and cold therapy, gastrointestinal drugs, water-electrolyte, acid-base balance, antihypertensive drugs, antianginal drugs and drugs used for congestive heart disease, antiarrhytmics, diuretics, antithrombotics, peripherial vasodilators, antihiperlipidemics, antianemics, hypothalamic and pituitary hormones, thyroid and anti-thyroid drugs, adrenocorticosteroids and adrenocortical antagonists, gonadal hormones and their inhibitors, pancreatic hormones, anti-diabetic drugs, drugs affecting bone-mineral balance, sex hormones and related drugs
6 3 3 - -
PHAR304 Pharmaceutical Chemistry - II
Autonomic nervous system, introduction to central nervous system drugs (analeptics, sedatives and hypnotics, general and local anesthetic drugs, drugs affecting serotonin receptors, anti-Parkinson drugs, tranquillizers, anticonvulsants, opiate derivative analgesics), antihistamines, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), anti-ulcer drugs, drugs affecting the hormonal system, peptide hormones, insulin and hypoglycemic drugs, steroidal hormones, and anabolic agents, functional group analysis, qualitative analysis of drugs with conventional and spectral methods such as UV, IR, H-NMR, mass spectroscopy, and structure determination
6 3 2 3 -
PHAR306 Pharmacognosy - II
Introduction to terpenes, definition, biosynthesis, classification, isolation and analysis techniques of terpenes, terpene derivatives used in medicine, volatile (essential) oils, fixed oils, lipids, their natural sources, their quality control and analysis methods and medicinal use, microbial biotransformation of natural products (terpenes, steroids, etc.)
6 3 2 3 -
PHAR308 Pharmaceutical Technology - II
Sterile dosage forms and drug carrier systems, parenteral dosage forms, ophthalmic solutions, suspensions, ointments, nasal and otic preparations, sterilization techniques, aseptic technique, sterile formulation routes, solid dosage forms and drug carrier systems, powders, granules, capsules, tablets, solid oral drug carrier systems, coating processes and techniques, quality control techniques applied to dosage forms, validation, packaging of products, introduction to new modern dosage forms and tools (microspheres, liposomes, etc.)
6 4 3 3 -
PHAR310 Pharmacoeconomics
Legal and regulatory issues in management of a pharmacy, legislation, responsibilities of pharmacist, necessary legal documents for a pharmacy
6 3 3 - -
PHAR312 Physical Pharmacy - I
Physico-chemical parameters between chemical structure and biological effects of drugs, pharmaceutical calculations
6 2 2 - -
Semester 7
PHAR401 Pharmacology - III
Introduction to central nervous system pharmacology, general and local anesthetics, sedative-hypnotics, neuroleptics, anxyolitics, antidepressants, pain conception and classification and analgesics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-epileptics and anti-Parkinson drugs, chemotherapeutics, antiseptics, disinfectants, antibiotics (macrolides, lincozamides, sulfonamides, penicillins, cephalosporins), antiparasiter and antimalarial drugs, antiviral agents, antifungal drugs, immunomodulators and learning of cancer therapy, drugs used in dermatological diseases
7 2 2 1 -
PHAR403 Pharmacognosy - III
Introduction to alkaloids, alkaloid identification methods, medicinal alkaloids and protoalkaloids and their related herbal sources, chemical classification, pyridine, piperidine, quinoline, and tropane alkaloids, Opium alkaloids, steroidal alkaloids, and terpene-derived alkaloids, lectins, introduction to aminoacid and proteic compounds from plants proteins and natural compounds produced by biotechnological methods, fermentation technology, antibiotics of natural origin
7 3 2 3 -
PHAR405 Pharmaceutical Chemistry - III
Antineoplastic and antihistamine drugs, gastrointestinal system drugs, steroids, vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, geriatric medicine, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's medications, menopause-prostate-osteoporosis drugs, biotechnology and general concepts, plasma fractionation products, oral and parenteral drugs for nutrition, peptidomimetics, radiopharmaceuticals
7 3 2 3 -
PHAR407 Pharmaceutical Technology - III
Radiopharmacy, good manufacturing practice (GMP), pharmaceutical water, parenteral preparations (ophthalmic preparations, dry powders, the design and formulation of sterile preparations, aseptic conditions, other carriers except water), ointments, percutaneous absorption, suppository, solid-state pharmaceutics (micromerytic)
7 3 2 3 -
PHAR409 Pharmaceutical Toxicology
Introduction to toxicology, toxicity tests, absorption, dispersion, metabolisms of toxic compounds, biotransformation of xenobiotics, pharmacogenetic, DNA technology in toxicology, pharmacogenomic, toxicogenomic, target organ toxicity, mutagens, teratogens and carcinogens, chemical and environmental toxins (pesticides, organic solvents and metal toxicity, animal toxins, environmental contaminants), immunotoxicology and allergy, drug addiction
7 4 3 2 -
PHAR411 Pharmacotherapy - I
All aspects of drug therapy (clinical indications, dosage guidelines, side effects, common drug interactions) and to improve student?s understanding on how drugs cure disease and ameliorate signs and symptoms of the disease, epidemiology and pathophysiology of diseases and integration of disease pathophysiology, drug action and drug therapy, pharmacotherapy in cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and endocrine disorders
7 3 3 - -
Semester 8
PHAR402 Cosmetics Science
Introduction to cosmetology, definitions (cosmeceuticals, dermocosmetics), application areas and formulations of cosmetic products, active compounds used in cosmetic products, physical properties of surfactants used in cosmetic products, natural products used in cosmetics, fragrance compounds of natural origin, lipids in cosmetics, stability of cosmetic products, new cosmetic delivery systems, the side effects and toxicity of compounds used in cosmetics, anti-aging cosmetics
8 2 2 - -
PHAR404 Phytotherapy
Historical development and conception of phytotherapy, herbal medicine definition, the current situation and the regulations in the world, standardization and production of herbal extracts, side effects and toxicity of herbal drugs, modern phytopharmacotherapy and their formulations, quality control of herbal drugs, plants used in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, urinary tract diseases, rheumatic complaints, nervous system diseases; gynecology, ophthalmology, dermatology and cancer, plants effective on the immune system
8 2 2 - -
PHAR406 Pharmaceutical Chemistry - IV
General anesthetics, local anesthetics, narcotic analgesics, narcotic antagonists, antitussives, antipyretic-analgesics, sedative-hypnotics, NSAIDs, myorelaxants, minor tranquillizers, antipsychotics, tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors
8 3 2 3 -
PHAR408 Pharmaceutical Technology - IV
Solid dosage forms (powders, granules, hard and soft capsules, tablets, coated tablets), controlled release, microcapsules, biopharmaceutical, targeted dosage forms, dosage forms used in veterinary medicine, packaging material, and surgical materials
8 3 2 3 -
PHAR410 Clinical Biochemistry
Spectrophotometric measurements and their principles, buffer solutions, enzymes, determination of alpha-amylase activity in saliva, blood glucose quantification, serum total lipid quantification, determination of creatinine and urea in serum, physical and microscopic examination of urine, chemical analysis of urine, glucose, ketone bodies, hemoglobin, bilirubin, urobilinogen, urobilin exploration in urine, protein analysis in urine, kidney, and urinary tract stones
8 2 2 - -
PHAR412 Pharmacotherapy - II
Pharmacotherapy in neurology, oncology and hematologic disorders, infectious and dermatologic diseases, and special situations as geriatry, pediatry, pregnancy and organ failure. Students will learn the process of solving drug therapy problems with case-based study
8 3 3 - -
PHAR414 Physical Pharmacy - II
Physico-chemical parameters between chemical structure and biological effects of drugs, pharmaceutical calculations
8 2 2 - -
Semester 9
PHAR451 Thesis Project - I
Student is expected to collect scientific literature and cover information on a subject which will be established under supervision of an academic staff posted by a department of the student's interest and and make an oral presentation of one the articles.
9 2 - 4 -
PHAR455 Biopharmacy and Pharmacokinetics
Introduction to the concepts of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics, processes of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs with the purpose of improving evaluation of drug delivery systems and the therapeutic management of patients, qualitative and quantitative descriptions of factors which influence drug disposition, clinical applications of pharmacokinetics
9 3 3 - -
PHAR457 Microbial Control of Pharmaceuticals
Influence of microbiological matters on drug quality, principal aspects of microbiology that are relevant to the pre-formulation, formulation, manufacturing, and license application stages involved with the production of pharmaceuticals, good manufacturing practice in the control of contamination, additional materials on package integrity and contamination risks in clean rooms
9 2 2 1 -
PHAR459 Physicochemical Control of Pharmaceuticals
Application of physics and chemistry in pharmacy, controlling quality control of drugs by the physiochemical-related methods, validation of analytical methods, application of these methods in raw material and final products, dissolution, quality assurance by physicochemical methods, information on ISO 9001 and ISO 9002
9 2 2 1 -
AE01 Area Elective - I
The elective courses offered this semester are listed below. For a complete list of elective courses, please check the department website.
  • PHAR477 - Pharmacy Regulations and Deontology in TRNC
9 3 3 - -
UE01 University Elective - I
The elective courses offered this semester are listed below. For a complete list of elective courses, please check the department website.
  • PHAR312 - Physical Pharmacy - I
9 3 3 - -
Semester 10
PHAR452 Thesis Project - II
Student is expected to collect scientific literature, to cover information on a subject which will be established under supervision of an academic staff posted by a department of the student's interest, to write the thesis according to a format determined by the faculty make an oral presentation of the thesis.
10 3 - 6 -
PHAR454 Intoxication Control
Description of intoxication, intoxication types (alcohol intoxication, opioid intoxication, substance intoxication, cocaine intoxication, caffeine intoxication, hallucinogen intoxication, inhalant intoxication, sedative-hypnotic intoxication, etc.), drug overdose, poisoning with plants, food poisoning, control of various intoxication types
10 2 2 - -
PHAR456 Biological Products
Introduction to the chemistry of DNA, RNA, and proteins, biosynthesis of DNA, RNA, and proteins, their physiological significance, allergenic extracts, blood and blood components, gene therapy, biological products used in transplantation, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, cytokines, growth factors, immunomodulators, and biosimilars.
10 2 2 - -
PHAR458 Instrumental Analytical Methods 10 3 3 1 -
AE02 Area Elective - II
The elective courses offered this semester are listed below. For a complete list of elective courses, please check the department website.
  • PHAR477 - Pharmacy Regulations and Deontology in TRNC
10 3 3 - -
UE02 University Elective - II
The elective courses offered this semester are listed below. For a complete list of elective courses, please check the department website.
  • PHAR312 - Physical Pharmacy - I
10 3 3 - -
Semester 11
PHAR453 Thesis Project - III 11 3 - 6 -
PHAR461 Hospital Pharmacy Practice Experience 11 4 - 8 -
PHAR462 Pharmacy Practice
A training course practically by student in private community pharmacy. The total period of the training depends on the program (i.e. J2) of the student and his/her selection among other trainings offered
11 2 2 - -
PHAR463 Industrial Practice Experience
A training course practically by student in pharmaceutical industrial pharmacy. The total period of the training depends on the program (i.e. J2) of the student and his/her selection among other trainings offered
11 2 2 - -
Semester 12
PHAR464 Pharmacy Practice Clerkship
A training course practically by student in private community pharmacy. The total period of the training depends on the program (i.e. J2) of the student and his/her selection among other trainings offered
12 6 6 - -
PHAR466 Industrial Pharmaceutical Clerkship 12 No-Credit - - -
PHAR465 Hospital Pharmacy Clerkship
A training course practically by student in hospital pharmacy. The total period of the training depends on the program (i.e. J2) of the student and his/her selection among other trainings offered.
12 2 2 - -

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