The Bachelor’s in Pharmaceutical Sciences implements the scientific foundations for future pharmacists. By understanding the various subjects (of a chemical and biomedical nature) of this cross-disciplinary training, this course aims to teach the students the basics for their future as a scientist. The Bachelor’s then leads to the Master’s in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The typical week
Program and structure
Trainee pharmacists, whose study disciplines are a combination of chemistry, biology and medicine, must have a theoretical understanding of these concepts and be able to use them in a practical way.
To achieve this goal, the BA timetable is largely devoted to practical work.
This practical experience, illustrative of the theoretical material, rigorously prepares students for the Master’s degree course and their future career.
At the end of the cycle, the student will be able to read and understand scientific articles.
Pharmaceutical English and Psychology are also taught during this course.
- Basic Sciences
- Life Sciences
- Practical work
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
At the end of this programme, students will be able to:
- know, understand and apply the general course material (chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology)
- master basic pharmaceutical (or biomedical) concepts: pharmacology, biochemistry, physiology, anatomy, immunology, etc.
- describe the theoretical principle of a general or instrumental analytical method
- choose the appropriate analytical technique according to the problem presented and experiment with the implementation of this technique (with rigor, precision and accuracy)
- correctly process experimental data
- write a summarised report with bibliographic research
- use pharmacopoeia
- ensure drug / pharmacopoeia compliance checks
- dispense inorganic and organic medications.
The Bachelor's in Pharmaceutical Sciences allows for direct registration onto the Master's in Pharmaceutical Sciences (or the Master's in Biomedical Sciences), which can then be supplemented by other specialised Masters in the following areas: industry, hospital, clinical biology, cosmetology, and management.