In your first year you will learn the foundations of biochemistry, physiology and pharmacy practice. Your first year will also cover interprofessional healthcare and you will study alongside students from other health science degrees.
In your following years, you will study pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, antimicrobial chemotherapy, pharmacology and pharmacotherapy. You will also continue to develop your pharmacy practice skills.
You will complete a minimum of 12 weeks of clinical placements during the course and there are opportunities for you to take your placements interstate and overseas in hospitals, the community or in industry. Pharmacy students undertake over 400 hours of professional placements prior to graduation.
Accredited by the Australian Pharmacy Council and is the only accredited undergraduate pharmacy course in Western Australia.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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