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Programme : Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)

Sarjana Muda Farmasi (Kepujian)

Programme Summary
Programme Code : JPT/BPP (N/727/6/0037) 08/18, MQA PA 0140
Status Programme : Provisional Accreditation
Institutes : Universiti Kuala Lumpur Royal College of Medicine Perak (UniKL RCMP)
Specialisation : Medical & Allied Health Sciences
Study Level : Bachelor Degree
Intake : September
Duration : four_years
   

UniKL RCMP Faculty of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a pharmaceutical education in Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) that is progressive, contemporary, forward looking and comparable to the pharmaceutical programmes offered in the advance countries. The duration of the programme will be four (4) years.

This undergraduate programme is set up in accordance to the requirement and standards set by the Pharmacy Board of Malaysia, the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA), as well as reviewing the guidelines from various part of the world including the international policy and guidelines (WHO Guidelines) of Good Pharmacy Education and Practice.


Programme Educational Outcomes:

 

  • PEO1             
    To produce competent pharmacists capable of delivering quality pharmaceutical care that promotes positive health outcomes while functioning actively as healthcare team professional.
     
  • PEO2             
    To foster intellectual curiosity and commitment to lifelong learning and contribute to the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences.
     
  • PEO3             
    To be the premier educational partner for collaborative health care opportunities and applied research ventures with communities, agencies, businesses and industries.
     
  • PEO4              
    To inculcate a spirit of respect for diversity and good citizenship.

 

Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

 

  • PLO1              
    Demonstrate professional competency in providing comprehensive pharmacy related services, supplying medicine with pharmaceutical knowledge as well as performing pharmaceutical calculation correctly and precisely.
     
  • PLO2              
    Apply current skills and tools in delivering professional pharmaceutical care and appropriate approaches in the field of research and drug discovery.
     
  • PLO3              
    Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of social issues and formulate effective strategies towards resolving related problems.
     
  • PLO4              
    Demonstrate an understanding and commitment to uphold the professional ethics in delivering pharmacy services to the community.
     
  • PLO5              
    Demonstrate leadership skills, able to work in a team and communicate effectively with patients, communities and other healthcare personnel.
     
  • PLO6              
    Apply evidence-based practices and current approaches towards enhancing pharmacy services, research and development and technopreneurial ventures.
     
  • PLO7              
    Display deep motivation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning.
     
  • PLO8              
    Demonstrate awareness and understanding of management, business practices and technopreneurial competencies.

 

 

 
Career Path

 

Entry Requirement

 
 
Semester 1
•      Anatomy and Physiology
•      Organic Chemistry I
•      Physical Chemistry
•      Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
•      Microbiology and Parasitology
•      Pharmacoinformatics
•      Fundamental English
•      Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia (TITAS) / Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2**
 
 
Semester 2
•      Basic Pharmaceutics
•      Basic Pharmacology
•      Organic Chemistry II
•      Immunology
•      Biochemistry
•      Professional English 1
•      Isu-Isu Kontemporari Muslim di Malaysia / Culture and lifestyle in Malaysia
 
 
 
Semester 3
•      Basic Phamacokinetics
•      Pharmaceutical Analysis I
•      Physical Pharmacy
•      Pharmacotherapy I (GIT and Respiratory)
•      Toxicology
•      Hubungan Etnik / Pengajian Malaysia 3**
 
 
 
Semester 4
•      Pharmaceutical Technology I
•      Pharmaceutical Analysis II
•      Pharmacotherapy II (CVS & Renal)
•      Elective (Traditional and Complementary Medicine)
•      Biostatistics and Epidemiology
•      Pharmacognosy
•      Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
•      Professional English 2
 
 
Semester 5
•      Pharmaceutical Technology II
•      Medicinal Chemistry
•      Pharmacotherapy III (Endocrine, Skin, Musculo-skeletal, Eye and ENT)
•      Research Methodology
•      Counseling and Dispensing Technique
•      Natural Product Chemistry
•      Community Pharmacy Practice
 
 
Semester 6
•      Clinical Pharmacy
•      Hospital Pharmacy Services
•      Pharmacotherapy IV (Antimicrobial Drug Therapy)
•      Research Project
•      Industrial Pharmacy and Quality
•      Pharmacotherapy V (CNS and PNS)
 
 
Semester 7
•      Hospital Clerkship I
•      Clinical Therapeutics I
•      Pharmacy Law and Ethics
•      Clinical Pharmacokinetics
•      Drug and Substance Abuse
•      Drug in Sports
•      Pharmacotherapy VI (Cancer Chemotherapy)
 
 
Semester 8
•      Hospital Clerkship II
•      Clinical Therapeutics II
•      Pharmacy Management
•      Marketing in Pharmacy
 
 
Short Semester
•      Co-Curriculum
•      Mandarin I
•      Mandarin II
•      Technopreneurship
•      Innovation Management 
 

 
Entry Requirement

 

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Level 3, 1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur
(attn. Mdm Saralina Anuar)
Tel : +603 – 2175 4000
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email : marketing@unikl.edu.my