Doctor of Pharmacy
KPT/JPS(R/727/7/0048) 12/23 (MQA/FA 2389)
The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) programme at CUCMS is a full-time, two-and-a-half years coursework programme that aims to produce competent pharmacy specialists in the expanding health care system who can provide advanced clinical / health care services including medication therapy, disease-state management as well as patient education and consultative activities.
To provide an extensive clinical training for pharmacy graduates to further their professional careers in a variety of practice settings including hospitals, home health, community pharmacies, managed care systems in the government, and private health agencies.
To produce competent pharmacy specialists in the expanding health care system who can provide advanced clinical / health care services including medication therapy, disease-state management as well as patient education and consultative activities.
This professional Master-level postgraduate programme is designed to produce clinical pharmacists who have the abilities and skills to perform advanced patient medication management, therapeutic planning and monitoring. Upon completion, the students should be able to;
• Apply knowledge and provide pharmaceutical care to patients
• Develop and manage the pharmacy specialties, drug therapy process, medication distribution and control systems
• Provide and promote public health care
• Provide drug information, education and collaborate with patients and health care providers
- Didactic lectures with examinations
- Clinical clerkships
- Research dissertation
The duration of study for the Pharm.D programme is 2½ full-time academic years which encompasses 5 semesters. The programme consists of 12 months of didactic learning, 12 months of clinical clerkships and 6 months of specialised clerkship and research dissertation.
The maximum duration of candidature is 5 years. Students have to register and pass all credit hours of coursework (taught courses and clerkships) as well as research dissertation.
Pharmacoeconomics & Pharmacy Management
|Social & Public Health in Pharmacy||Traditional & Complementary Medicine|
|Pharmacotherapy in Internal Medicine
Pharmacotherapy in Intensive Care
|Pharmacotherapy in Infectious Diseases
Pharmacotherapy in Paediatrics
Specialisation & Research Dissertation
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS = 84
Applicant for the PharmD Programme must possess:
|Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree with honours (CGPA ≥2.5) from CUCMS; OR|
|Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree with honours (CGPA ≥2.5) or its equivalent from any other University recognized by CUCMS; OR|
|Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree with honours (CGPA <2.5) and with at least 5 years continuous working experience.|
|For international students only:
• Minimum TOEFL score of 550 (PBT) or 80 (IBT)
Got question for us?
What are our students saying?
I found it very meaningful to study Homeopathy. Its principles and approach to medical treatment is very comprehensive and the clinical training exposure is well planned. This is a very fulling career option for me and has given me a strong professional purpose
Homeopathy taught me to view a patient’s illness in a holistic manner and to adopt an equally holistic approach to treatment. We are though the medical sciences behind various illness and what causes it. Then we are introduced to how natural substances have a unique effect on various symptoms as a treatment.
I like the B.H.M.S programme at CUCMS as it is very comprehensive. The curriculum gives me the opportunity to learn both clinical aspects of diseases and their homeopathy management. It’s clear from the very start that the university has considered the needs of practitioners and encourages and equips graduates to open their own practice or clinics