Development, preparation and delivery of all kinds of drugs used in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases; informing patients accurately about drug use and drug-related problems; analysis of the drug, surveillance of its safety, efficacy and cost; the health service that carries out activities related to standardization and quality assurance related to drugs is called “Pharmacy”. A healthcare professional who graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy and is authorized to carry out pharmacy activities is called a “Pharmacist”. The Faculty of Pharmacy is a 5-year undergraduate program covering theoretical and practical courses. Practical courses, which form the basis of pharmacy education, take place in the laboratories of the faculty of pharmacy. In addition, students have the opportunity to do internships in hospitals, pharmacies and pharmaceutical factories due to the compulsory internship they have to complete during their education.
In the practical and supportive learning environment the program provides, a team of internationally experienced lecturers and professors encourage students to explore their individual talents and build their own professional path. The first two years include courses from basic sciences. In the following years, they continue with advanced engineering courses such as manufacturing technology, production system and operations research. In addition to the above subjects, subjects such as engineering design, communication, teamwork and project work are integrated into the curriculum throughout its four years.
The current curriculum of the Pharmacy Graduate Program Curriculum is in Appendix-1.
1- Students will graduate as individuals/pharmacists who are aware of the history of our nation while being equipped with the modern universal knowledge in keeping with the principles of Atatürk.
2- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of physics, chemistry, mathematics and statistics and be able to apply these principles to biological systems
3- Students will demonstrate a knowledge of the basic concepts, principles and methods of medical biology and genetics; they will be able to apply this knowledge to different areas of technology
4- Students will demonstrate a knowledge of the anatomical structure of the human body, the physiologic principles of human biological systems and the biochemical and immunological processes that take place within the human organism. In addition, they will demonstrate the ability to apply this knowledge in describing the general pathophysiologic processes by utilizing clinical biochemistry knowledge.
5- Students will demonstrate an understanding of pharmaceutical and medical terminology; they will be able to demonstrate a knowledge of medical instruments, equipment and supplies; in addition they will be aware of the physicochemical properties of the active ingredients of pharmaceutical formulations and the products manufactured with pharmaceutical biotechnology/technology. In addition, they will demonstrate a knowledge of cell therapies and the nucleic acid drugs manufactured by advanced technologies, such as recombinant DNA technology
6- Students will be able to identify methods for the synthesis and development of new chemical compounds suitable for therapeutic use; they will be able to demonstrate an understanding of drug metabolism and biological properties, as well as the structure-effect relationships that are present in the drugs on the market
7- Students will be able to identify certain medical herbs and herbal drugs; they will be able to demonstrate a knowledge of herbal therapies, medicinal teas and the active ingredients of plants; they will be able to cultivate natural products for medicinal use (plants, fungi, algae, etc).
8- The students will demonstrate a basic knowledge of diseases and medical conditions and have an overall knowledge of the stages that drugs undergo within the body, the mechanisms of drugs, their adverse effects and the factors that can alter the efficacy of the drug; in addition, students will demonstrate a knowledge of the toxic effects of the drugs and the chemicals, and the treatment for these toxicities
9- Students will be able to use the Turkish language properly, and be able to speak and communicate effectively, developing themselves along with their individual social and cultural interests. They will be able to identify and resolve ethical dilemmas that may develop in professional practices and carry out their duties in accordance with legal and ethical standards
10- The students will be able to describe the basic principles of clinical pharmacy and demonstrate knowledge of clinical pharmacy and skills that aid in rational drug-use, which is the core of patient-oriented pharmacy practices and pharmaceutical care in any area of pharmacy practice.
11- Students will be able to take on responsibilities in various areas of the pharmaceutical industry, such as research and development activities for the synthesis of active ingredients and the manufacturing of pharmaceutical dosage forms, quality-control, regulatory affairs, patent and medical management
12- Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic sentence structure of a foreign language and be able to read professional journals and text-books written in a foreign language.
13- Students will be able to retrieve, analyze, interpret and convey professional and scientific literature that is concerned with drugs and medicinal products, as well as legal information regarding professional practices.
14- Students has knowledge on health policies and health economics, drug-medical device reimbursement and pharmacy management.
15- Students knows the historical development of the profession and professional ethics. Gains the ability to work with the relevant legal authorities, professional organizations, pharmaceutical industry and other stakeholders with the principles of professional development and lifelong learning.
The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required for graduation. Thus, although ‘C-‘, ‘D+’ and ‘D‘ are pass grades (conditionally pass), in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0, an average grade of ‘C’ is required. In addition, it is required to complete compulsory internship in a specified duration and quality.
Pharmaceutical training is multidisciplinary and mainly consists of medicine, chemistry, life and medical sciences. Since atleast half of pharmaceutical training is carried out in laboratories, ever since the establishment of our faculty, all of our laboratory practices (Analytic chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutical microbiology, pharmaceutical Botanics, Pharmacognosis, Pharmaceutical Technology) have been, without delay, are being carried out, with most of our classes including Anatomy and Clinical Pharmaceutics classes, in laboratories and clinical practices. By carrying out experiments in these labs, our students get the opportunities to use many equipments and devices in areas of developing medicinal analysis, medicinal active substance synthesis, new formulas, nanotechnological medicine and they get to be prepared for the whole field of the medicine industry and pharmaceutics.
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High school diploma certificate with transcript. Please also submit an official translation of the diploma and transcript into English if they are in another language.
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