Master of Science in Pharmaceutics
Master of Science (MS) Pharmaceutics is a two-year program that comprises one year of course work and industrial training and second year is the dissertation work.
The total number of credits are 41.
Courses : 29 Credits
Dissertation and research seminar : 12 Credits
Program learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the students will be able to:
- Acquire integrated and comprehensive knowledge regarding manufacturing technology, pre-formulation studies, novel drug delivery systems and biotechnology products
- Develop highly specialized and multidisciplinary information about physical and chemical properties drugs that affect solubility, stability, and other biopharmaceutical properties significant in the development of dosage forms
- Gain technical knowledge in thrust areas regarding the machinery and instruments involved in the manufacture of drug products.
- Demonstrate advanced skills to operate different machinery involved in the manufacturing and analysis of quality pharmaceutical dosage forms.
- Assess the physicochemical properties of pharmaceutical materials and execute stability and pharmacokinetic testing for a wide range of drug products.
- Conceive innovative and novel ideas to plan and design research in the area of pharmaceutical technology and pharmacokinetics
C1 Autonomy & Responsibility
- Demonstrate control and direct the professional investigations of interactions between drugs and excipients in the formulation of dosage forms
- Assume a specialist professional role in recognizing the scientific basis of a good formulation and adopt new strategies to offer solutions
C2 Self Development
- Perpetuate ethical standards in the implementation of professional practices through cGMP and develop novel products.
- Develop and demonstrate one’s personal contributions in group projects or assignments in drug product development and evaluation
C3 Role in Context
- Effectively communicate scientific information both orally and in writing to inform and educate professional and scientific peers.
- Function independently and take initiative to develop scientific systems and summarize information gleaned from group experiences in product manufacture