The Master of Science in Clinical Pharmacy program is designed to be accomplished in two full time or four part-time academic years. It is designed to integrate advanced didactic courses with case application exercises, advanced clinical clerkship experiences, and a research project. The main objective of this program is to equip graduates with the advanced knowledge, skills, and practice capabilities to practice the role of a clinical pharmacist in all hospital aspects including ambulatory care, acute care, intensive care, long-term care and drug information center activities.
On successful completion of this program, the graduate will be able to:
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A student may be granted conditional admission to the Master of Science in Clinical Pharmacy in the following cases:
- If a student scored (530 in TOEFL ITP) or has an equivalent, s/he will be granted a conditional admission, provided that s/he:
- If a student obtains a Bachelor's degree with a GPA between (2 and 2.99 out of 4) or its equivalent and meets the conditions of the English Language proficiency requirements as set out above, s/he can advance to the program, provided that the student:
To obtain a “Master of Science in Clinical Pharmacy”, a student must successfully complete 36 credit hours, including 24 credit hours of didactic courses, 6 credit hours of the clinical and a dissertation of 6 credit hours. with minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3 out of 4.
Specialization Courses (36) CR.H.
(1) Core Compulsory Courses (24) CR.H
Biostatistics and Research Design
Pharmacotherapeutics - Infectious Diseases
Pharmacotherapeutics-Respiratory and GIT
Pharmacotherapeutics- Endocrinology and CNS
Advanced Pharmacy Practice
Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology
Evidence Based Practice
(2) Internship (6) CR.H
(3) Thesis (6) CR.H