University of New South Wales, Australia

Master Pharmaceutical Medicine - Máster Medicina Farmacéutica

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Master se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master Pharmaceutical Medicine


The Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine will be awarded to students who successfully complete the coursework identified below. The program consists of two core and ten elective courses, delivered mainly by distance learning with some on-campus workshops. It will be taken part time (six sessions) to complete. The elective courses shall be selected from those that are available in the particular session, provided pre-requisite and timetabling constraints are met.

The program is designed for persons wishing to pursue careers that relate to the development and safe use of medicines. Career opportunities exist in the pharmaceutical, manufacturing industry, government and in research institutions such as universities. Health care professionals interested in developing new medicines and improving the use of existing medicines will find the course of value. The extensive range of electives enables the candidate to focus in particular areas such as the discovery of new medicines, regulatory affairs, clinical trials, market development, preclinical studies, etc.


Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.


The discovery, development and marketing of medicines has become a highly organised interdisciplinary team activity. Members of such teams need to be literate in all aspects of pharmaceutical medicine ranging from procedures for identifying lead compounds through to the full development of the product including preclinical studies, clinical trials and the legal, regulatory and ethical issues relevant to marketing and on-going vigilance of the medicine. The aim of this course is to enable people working in the field of developing and using pharmaceutical substances to obtain such expertise by providing core and elective materials in a distance-learning format. Since interchange of ideas is an essential part of any educational activity, the course will include interactive assignments with specific tutors and group discussions where students come together for tutorials, workshops and practice sessions, and generally to interchange ideas.


Course Selection
Year 1

Session 1
PHAR9101 plus one elective course
PHAR9101 Principles of Drug Action (6 UOC)
PHAR9102 Pharmaceutical Dev. of Meds (6 UOC)
PHAR9107 Therapeutics & Molec Basis of (6 UOC)
PHAR9118 Therap&Molec Basis of Disease2 (6 UOC)
PHAR9121 Postmarketing Compliance Meds (6 UOC)
PHAR9127 Safety and Efficacy (6 UOC)
Session 2

PHAR9104 plus one elective course
PHAR9104 Legal/Regulatory Devlp of Med (6 UOC)
PHAR9108 Therapeutic Basis of Drug Use (6 UOC)
PHAR9109 Therapeutic Basis of Drug Use (6 UOC)
PHAR9120 Clinical Development of Med (6 UOC)
PHAR9128 R & D (6 UOC)
Year 2

Session 1
Two elective courses are chosen.
Session 2
Two elective courses are chosen.
Year 3

Session 1

Two Elective Courses are chosen.
The Masters of Pharmaceutical Medicine continues to build on the knowledge gained in the first two years of the Graduate Diploma Program.
PHAR9107 Therapeutics & Molec Basis of (6 UOC)
PHAR9111 Pharmaceutical Formulation 2 (6 UOC)
PHAR9113 Advanced Regulatory Affairs (6 UOC)
PHAR9114 Pharmacoeconomics (6 UOC)
PHAR9118 Therap&Molec Basis of Disease2 (6 UOC)
Session 2
Two Elective Courses are chosen.
PHAR9108 Therapeutic Basis of Drug Use (6 UOC)
PHAR9109 Therapeutic Basis of Drug Use (6 UOC)
PHAR9112 Advanced Pharmacokinetics (6 UOC)
PHAR9116 Advanced Clinical Trials Mgmt (6 UOC)
Students may select up to two elective MBA courses to a maximum of 12 UoC from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) or any other postgraduate courses available through UNSW upon agreement with both Program Authorities and Course Convenors. Students should check timetabling of these courses through AGSM.
MNGT5251 Marketing Management (6 UOC)
MNGT6210 Accounting & Financial Mngt (6 UOC)
MNGT6275 Managing People & Organisation (6 UOC)
MNGT6302 Economics in Management Pract (6 UOC)
MNGT6321 Corporate Finance (6 UOC)
MNGT6371 Managing Change (6 UOC)
MNGT6372 Managerial Skills ( UOC)
MNGT6380 Law for Practising Managers (6 UOC)

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