Postgraduate course information
UTS: Pharmacy currently offers the Master of Pharmacy (C04252), which is a graduate-entry degree for students who have completed a bachelor's degree in a relevant science discipline (e.g. medical science) who wish to become registered pharmacists.
The Master of Pharmacy has been developed by leading pharmacy teachers and researchers, with the input of a dedicated educational designer. The course is highly integrated, with the content and learning outcomes of each subject linked with the others in the course to provide students with continuity of learning and a thorough understanding of the sciences underpinning pharmacy practice and experience in applying concepts learnt in real-life situations. The course aims to incorporate educational technologies to facilitate student-based learning and reflect the postgraduate level of learning. Problem-based learning is also a major component of the course, preparing students for the workplace.
Initial inquiries regarding the Master of Pharmacy degree should be made to the Building 6 Student Centre:
telephone 1300 ask UTS (1300 275 887)
or +61 2 9514 1222
UTS: Pharmacy provides opportunities for graduates of pharmacy and related disciplines to develop their research career by undertaking a higher degree by research, the Doctor of Philosophy (C02056). Research students are guided by supervisors who are leading researchers in their fields and are supported by a strong research culture. Research degrees offer students the opportunity to gain research training by undertaking original research and investigating questions related to a broad range of areas including the pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy practice and service delivery.
Initial inquiries regarding UTS: Pharmacy research degrees should be directed to:
UTS: Pharmacy research covers a broad range of areas including cancer drug resistance, quality use of medicines, pharmacy practice and consumer behaviour. Research staff are international leaders in their area of research and their work is supported by several large grants, including those from the NHMRC and the Cancer Council.