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Pharmacology - PHARB13449

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: MED - Faculty of Medicine
 
  
   
 
Program: 3449 - Music/Science(Advanced)
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Major)
 
  

Plan Outline

Pharmacology is an increasingly important part of the study of medicine as well as being of central importance in the education of pharmacists, toxicologists and veterinarians. Professional positions for pharmacologists often occur in the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries in the testing and research of drugs as well as in administration and management.

Plan Structure

A major in Pharmacology in Advanced Science programs is comprised of 66 units of credit of courses as follows:

Stage 1
Notes:
  1. MATH1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences, MATH1131 Mathematics 1A, or MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A may be taken instead of MATH1041

Stage 2
PLUS 12 UOC from:

Stage 3
18 UOC from:
Recommended electives (these courses are not required but are recommended as good complementary courses for this major):

Honours

For further information on Honours in Pharmacology, please see the Pharmacology Honours entry in this Handbook.

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