Pharmaceutical Medicine Programs
Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine program - UNSW Pharmaceutical Medicine
The Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine program is designed for those experienced professionals with advanced knowledge who wish to enter the Therapeutics industry (pharmaceutical, biotechnology or medical technology industries) or those who wish to deepen their understanding of their chosen career path. It provides a deep understanding of the principles of therapeutic product development, regulation and use.
The program is offered online and will take a minimum of one year full-time equivalent to complete.
The Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine will be awarded to students who successfully complete the coursework identified below. The program consists of six core courses plus two electives. Within the core courses, there are choices for 3 of the core courses. It may be taken part time (four 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.
To fulfil the program requirements students must satisfactorily complete six core courses plus two electives, each worth 6 units of credit, totalling 48 units of credit.
8 courses may be taken from the following core and elective courses (please click on the links to view the Handbook entries):
1. PHAR9101 Introduction to the Therapeutics Industry
2. PHAR9121 Pharmacovigilance
3. PHAR9122 Medical Affairs
4. Regulatory Affairs stream: EITHER PHAR9104 Regulatory Affairs OR PHAR9113 International Regulatory Affairs
5. Clinical Trials stream: EITHER PHAR9120 Clinical Trials OR PHAR9116 Clinical Trial Management
6. Health Technology Assessmentstream: EITHER PHAR9114 Health Technology Assessment in Australia OR PHAR9115 Advanced Health Technology Assessment
1. PHAR9111 Pharmaceutics
2. PHAR9117 Cancer Therapeutics
3. PHAR9118 Therapeutics
4. PHAR9124 Pharmaceutical Medicine Internship
Up to one (1) elective from outside the School of Medical Sciences may be taken in the final year of study as approved by the relevant Program Authorities and Course Convenors.
The program is flexible and allows students to choose related courses to contribute to a particular area of focus, or choose a wider range of courses that reflect diverse interests.
Students enrolled in the Master of Pharmaceutical Medicine may exit early at the Graduate Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine (program 5371) or the Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Medicine (program 7370) if they meet the requirements of these degrees.