Professionals with a Pharm.D., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees are in high demand in the fields of pharmaceutical research and development. The Pharmaceutics Department conducts basic, applied, and clinical research in pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmaceutical technology, biotechnology drug delivery, and herbal medicines.
The Faculty of Pharmacy had previously developed the M.Phil.in Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics), which allows pharmaceutics graduates to pursue a professional path of their choice in their major subject.
This is a professional degree that prepares graduates to work in their chosen sector with confidence, academic knowledge, and practical abilities.
- Research Methodology, Seminar & Project Writing
- Advanced Pharmaceutics
- Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
- Pharmaceutical Microbiology
- Pharmaceutical Technology
- Clinical Pharmacy
- Advanced Pharmaceutics
- A minimum of 2.00 CGPA in the semester system or 50% in the yearly system in Pharma. D/B-Pharm degree from a HEC and PCP-approved institute. The test/interview will be done by the University admission policy.
- The HEC and PCP determine other requirements for the degree programs.
The M.Phil. The clinical Pharmacy Practice program is intended to enhance the clinical pharmacy skills of pharmacists working in all areas of the pharmacy profession. It would aid in providing practicing pharmacists with the necessary skills to advance to higher-level clinical responsibilities within healthcare institutions. It is precious for junior-level hospital pharmacists. It would also provide a form of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for pharmacists working in primary care or academia. To reiterate, a postgraduate program, or M. Phil., is typically required for higher-level positions. Similarly, community-based pharmacists are becoming more frequently asked to gain certifications beyond their initial degree in order to secure positions that require clinical experience. Larger chain retail pharmacies in urban areas, both in Pakistan and abroad, have begun to offer clinical services such as health screening, travel clinics, vaccination, anticoagulation, blood pressure monitoring, and medication use reviews. The course covers a wide range of clinical issues, equipping pharmacists for the more clinically focused roles needed in modern practice.
Best Universities for MS/M.Phil. in Pharmaceutics
- University of the Punjab, Lahore
- COMSATS University
- Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
- Hamdard University, Karachi
- Capital University of Science and Technology
- University of Central Punjab
- Kohat University of Science and Technology, Kohat
- University of Swabi
- Government College University, Lahore
- Riphah IInternational University, Rawalpindi