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Year II
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Academic Year 2012/2013

 

(These units are spread over Semester 1 and Semester 2)

Compulsory Units (Students must register for all units)

PHR2103

Pharmacy Practice II (pre-requisite PHR1101)

8 ECTS

95% Exam
5% Logbook

Non Compensatable

PHR2105

Aspects of Nutrition

2 ECTS

100% Exam

Non Compensatable

PHR2109

Regulatory Affairs and Pharmacy Ethics

4 ECTS

75% Exam
25% Assignment

Non Compensatable

PHR2018

Pharmacy Practice Project I

2 ECTS

Project

Non Compensatable

PHR2026

Medicinal Chemistry I (pre-requisite PHR1026)

6 ECTS

95% Exam
5% Practical

Non Compensatable

PHR2304

Pharmaceutics II (pre-requisite PHR1303)

6 ECTS

100% Exam

Non Compensatable

PHB2042

Introduction to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

4 ECTS

100% Exam

Non Compensatable

PAT2322

General and Pharmaceutical Microbiology II
(pre-requisite PAT1322)

4 ECTS

100% Exam

Non Compensatable

 

 

 

 

Number of ECTS Semester I and II

36 ECTS

 

 

 

Semester I

 

Compulsory Units (Students must register for all units)

PHR2203

Pharmaceutical Analysis I

4 ECTS

Exam 100%

Non Compensatable

PHR2036

Pharmaceutical Kinetics and Stability Testing

4 ECTS

Exam 100%

Non Compensatable

PAT2121

Pathology

4 ECTS

Exam 100%

Non Compensatable

CPH2010

Pharmacology A

6 ECTS

85% Exam
15% Assignment

Non Compensatable

 

 

 

 

Number of ECTS Semester I

18 ECTS

 

 

 

Semester 2

 

Compulsory Units (Students must register for all units)

CPH2011

Pharmacology B (pre-requisite CPH2010)

4 ECTS

Exam 100%

Non Compensatable

SOR0230

Statistical Analysis in Practice using SPSS
(pre-requisites SOR0210 and SOR0220)

2 ECTS

Project 100%

Non Compensatable

 

 

 

 

Number of ECTS Semester II

6 ECTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total ECTS required for Year II:

60 ECTS

 

 

Requirement for regular progression to YEAR III:

60 ECTS

 

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