The pharmacy program at the university college aims to graduate qualified and trained teams of pharmacists assistants so that the graduate is able to work alongside the pharmacist or the health team in most areas of pharmaceutical and pharmacological work. After studying the student is theoretically and practically qualified to deal with the patient, To use it, and to provide advice and guidance. Students receive practical and theoretical courses in pharmacology, pharmacy administration and medical warehouses, with special emphasis on pharmaceutics, pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, and toxicology. The program is issued by a Pharmacy Assistant, a job title for a diploma pharmacist In the field of pharmacy, it plays a vital and very important role in pharmacies, where the pharmacy technician performs a number of tasks, the most important of which is the receipt of medical prescriptions from patients and preparing them, and carrying out basic pharmaceutical skills such as filling pharmaceutical capsules and preparing many Rahm and the mechanism of the manufacture of various medical powders, as well as to review the drugs on the shelves of the pharmacy to verify the expiration date and determine what the pharmacy lacks of drugs to request from the companies distributed and regulate the process of entry of medicines to the pharmacy, which does not differ from the general pharmacist with a bachelor degree only In some administrative and organizational functions.
Graduates are expected to achieve the following learning outcomes at the level of international standards in pharmacy:
Practical and practical skills that qualify the graduates to work in various fields of pharmacological work.
Sufficient knowledge of the principles, principles, theories, concepts, methods and techniques related to the pharmacist's work.
Maintain the ethical and legal standards of professional practice.
Assistance in the disbursement, insurance and preparation of medicines under the supervision of the responsible pharmacist.
The skill required for the use of scientific references and the means of pharmaceutical and medical information.
Ability to manage pharmaceutical materials from storage, distribution and control.
Participate in the preparation of medicines under the supervision of the responsible pharmacist.
Possessing technical skills to communicate with the doctor and patient, and ways to communicate and participate effectively with the medical team.
Continuity in education and building own knowledge and skills necessary for the pharmacy profession.
Graduates of the program are expected to find careers in pharmacy in many institutions, hospitals and pharmacies, including:
Work as technicians in pharmaceutical companies and factories.
Work in pharmaceutical storage and pharmaceutical stores for companies.
Work in pharmacies as pharmacy assistants.
Work in PHC pharmacies.
Work in pharmacy departments in public and private hospitals.
Work in the departments and warehouses of medicines and medical supplies.
Working in private and government medical operators.
Work as a pharmacy assistant in hospitals.
Work in private pharmacies.
Work as sales staff in pharmaceutical companies or factories.