UBT Pharmacy Aims and Objectives
UBT aims to produce pharmacy graduates and specialist graduates who will enhance health care through their patient-oriented understanding of aspects of disease, health strategies, medicine and pharmacoeconomics of existing and new therapies. It also wants to deliver pharmacy graduates with the qualified skills required by the profession both for local and European market purposes. Lastly, it wants to encourage research by engaging high quality pharmaceutical scientists capable of devising new drug entities, synthesis, analytical protocols and delivery systems. Generally, the purpose of the programme on the other hand, is to produce pharmacy graduates who have the knowledge, skills and attributes to safely participate in the national pharmacy practice. Graduates should be prepared for patient-facing pharmacy practice, and their learning should be based upon and underpinned by appropriate and sufficient understanding of the principles and techniques of the pharmaceutical, biomedical and social sciences.
The graduates should be able to communicate and apply their chosen field of practice, the elements of pharmaceutical knowledge and care. The graduates’ skills are based on appropriate and sufficient understanding of the principles and techniques of the pharmaceutical sciences. In order to achieve, the aims of the course, the curriculum has been designed to provide with learning opportunities in basic sciences (chemistry, biochemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, statistics) which are relevant for understanding the pharmaceutical sciences and the practice of pharmacy.
Programme Learning Outcomes
On completion of the programme, the graduate should be able to.
Upon successful completion of the programme, the student will be able to