Clinical Pharmacy - P6002
New in 2017, the Master of Clinical Pharmacy consolidates units from the two master’s-level pharmacy courses that were previously offered: the Master of Clinical Pharmacy and the Master of Pharmacy Practice. You may also exit this course early with a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma of Clinical Pharmacy.
Equip yourself to become a leader in the profession with the Master of Clinical Pharmacy.
Our new course structure acknowledges a shift in the way pharmacy is practiced: clinical pharmacy no longer happens only in hospitals. With the growth of patient-centred care, clinical pharmacy is being practiced in a wide variety of healthcare settings.
You will have the option of completing the course through either:
- the coursework stream OR
- the coursework and research stream.
All of the subject areas covered within the Master of Pharmacy Practice are still available, but now you’ll be able to study them in the coursework-only stream. In the coursework stream you’ll be able to select units to suit your interest and career aspirations. These studies cover aspects of pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacy, health-care related economics and wound care.
If you're a pharmacist looking to include a practice-based research project in your study, the coursework and research stream will help you gain specialist clinical knowledge in addition to advanced skills in research and clinical pharmacy practice.
At a glance
|Location(s):||Off-campus: Part time|
|Duration:||1-1.5 years (full time), 2-5 years (part time) depending on prior qualifications|
|Start date:||First Semester (February), Second Semester (July)|
|Qualification:||Master of Clinical Pharmacy|