Asked by ANGELIKA
Hi Charlie, what 's the difference between Pharmaceutical sciences and what you're doing now?thank you.
A: Answer from Student Ambassador Charlie
Answered on 8 May 2012 by Charlie
Pharmaceutical sciences is a three year bachelor degree course, although there are a few 'mix and match' options for this course. The topics are concerned with drug design and the pharmaceutical industry. Check out the link below for the full details.
My course is the Pharmacy Masters degree course. It is a four year course involving pharmaceutics and healthcare, training students to take the Pharmacist registration exam. The aim of most students is to work as a pharmacist in either a pharmacy, in the pharmaceutics industry or in a hospital. Here is a link for the pharmacy page.
I hope this has helped with distinguishing between the two. If you have anymore questions about it just send me another message. Charlie
Course: Pharmacy MPharm
Level: Third year
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