◆The courses aim to provide theory and application of basic life science education and professional pharmaceutical education.
◆Curriculum and course selection are designed to help students identify seven potential professional career directions: 1. To become clinical pharmacists in hospitals; 2. To work in pharmaceutical companies; 3. To conduct pharmaceutical marketing and management; 4. To become community pharmacists; 5. To work in Chinese herbal medicine and biotechnology companies; 6. To pursue academic career; 7. To work in cosmetics and cosmetology companies.
◆Internship courses are designed in response to the implementation of the Separation of Dispensing from Prescribing. Undergraduates are required to select their internship courses during summer vacation including community pharmacies, pharmaceutical industries, research institutes and government agencies. Senior students will do the internship during the entire second semester and receive practical training in clinical pharmacies.
Graduate students of the Master’s/In-service Master’s/ Ph.D. program could attend relevant courses taught by professors of the school. Through lectures, discussions, seminars, special lectures and advisor's guidance, students will reach the goal of professional learning. For students of the Master’s and the In-service Master’s program, 26 credits are required and additional 6 for graduation thesis.
For students of the Ph.D. program, 18 credits are required and additional 12 for graduation thesis.