AASTMT

College of Pharmacy

(Alexandria)

Since it was established in 1972, the AASTMT has accomplished great achievements in educational innovation and development. Today, the College of Pharmacy is the newest member in AASTMT.  Indeed, the College of Pharmacy at the AASTMT aims to produce pharmacy graduates who are properly trained to handle the daily challenges in the local and regional practice settings in a manner that complies with the appropriate guidelines for healthcare.

Currently, the College of Pharmacy will be offering a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm).  The central objective of the College is achieving Excellency in all provided educational services via implementation of continuous improvement concept and maintaining fine equilibrium between teaching the solid basis of pharmaceutical sciences and adopting the recent developments in the fields of pharmacy practice and patient care.  
The highly qualified College members and higher admission requirements along with the competitive system of scholarships will be applied to attract high quality students. Truly, being present in the AASTMT, the College of Pharmacy Bachelor program has the unique opportunity of offering courses in the fields of business and quality management, informatics, and logistics that are designed and delivered by world renowned experts in these fields, which will ensure wider experience for the College graduates.

Besides, the future continuous development of educational resources, lab facilities, and infrastructure will be a chief target for the College to maintain delivery of its quality services to students and community.

 

Bachelor of Pharmacy Program (B.Pharm)

Divisions and Departments:

I- Pharmaceutical Sciences Division (PPS)

- Pharmaceutics Department.

-  Pharmacognosy Department.

-  Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department.

II- Clinical Sciences Division (PCS)

-  Pharmacology and Biochemistry Department.

 -  Microbiology and Biotechnology Department.

III- Pharmacy Practice Division (PPP)

  - Pharmacy Practice Department.

Duration: 5 years (10 semesters)

Total Credit Hours: 195

 Career Opportunities for Pharmacists

Various career options are open to the pharmacist upon graduation and licensure. These opportunities include:

  • Community pharmacy and consultant pharmacists.
  • Hospital pharmacy.
  • The pharmaceutical industry (manufacturing process, research and development (R & D), medical information, and sales).
  • Bioequivalence and bioavailability centers.
  • Pharmacy regulatory authorities.
  • Academic pharmacy.
  • Pharmacovigilance and post marketing studies centers for drug utilization review/drug use evaluation.

In this context, “Pharmacovigilance” refers to the practice of monitoring the effects of medical drugs after they have been licensed for use, especially in order to identify and evaluate previously unreported adverse reactions

For more details, please contact:

 http://www.aast.edu/en/colleges/