Programs Offered (PHARMACY)

•    Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (4 years)
•    Bachelor of Science in Clinical Pharmacy (5 years)
•    Doctor of Pharmacy (6 years)

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The CEU School of Pharmacy is committed to the pursuance of the university’s philosophy of cultivating the student’s mind, spirit and body for service of God, country and family. The school is committed to the development of graduates who:

  1. Manifest a sense of national identity, cultural consciousness, moral integrity, and  spiritual vigor;
  2. Possess the required knowledge, skills values and competencies in the practice of pharmacy;
  3. Are committed to safeguard the integrity of the pharmacy profession in order to provide leadership for the nation;
  4. Possess the research skill needed to advance knowledge for the improvement of the quality of life; and
  5. Respond effectively to changing societal needs and conditions.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The Pharmacy Curriculum aims to provide globally competitive pharmacist, who are scientifically competent, technically skilled, caring, and responsible professionals, able to deliver the full spectrum of pharmacy services required in the different setting of pharmacy practice. The school is committed to the development of pharmacy graduates who can:

  1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of concepts and principles focusing on patient-centered pharmacy practice;
  2. Practice operative interpersonal, intraprofessional communication and collaborative  skills in providing pharmaceutical care and patient counseling;
  3. Perform efficiently and effectively responsibilities and task in any area of pharmacy practice;
  4. Design pharmaceutical care services program integrating innovative business/ entrepreneurial strategies;
  5. Conduct scientific research   leading to the development of drugs for prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment of diseases or medical conditions and contribute to the acquisition of new knowledge in the practice of pharmacy;
  6. Practice the profession consistent with the ethical, legal, social, economic standards of the pharmacy profession;
  7. Engage in a self-directed lifelong learning.

PHARMACY COURSE REQUIREMENTS

LADDERIZED PHARMACY PROGRAM

FOUR-YEAR PROGRAM LEADING TO THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY

Manila, Malolos, Makati

This is a four year   outcome based program with a total of 215 units. The program offers a good mix of general education courses, which is of relevant application in the pharmacy profession and professional courses that will help prepare the graduates in acquiring competencies necessary in the workplace. It also includes   pharmacy practice experience/ internships in the last year of the program were students will be assigned to different CHED- accredited affiliation establishments covering a period of 1200 hours distributed as follows: 300hours in community pharmacy, 300 hours in hospital pharmacy, 300 hours in pharmaceutical industry, 120 hours in institutional pharmacy, and 180 hours in public health and regulatory pharmacy.

FIVE-YEAR PROGRAM LEADING TO THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE   IN CLINICAL PHARMACY

Manila, Malolos, Makati

         This is a five-year pharmacy program with a total of 263 units. The program requires the completion of the BS Pharmacy program and an additional of one year is required to earn the degree Bachelor of Science in   Clinical Pharmacy.  The fifth year level offers courses that are fully focused on the acquisition of competencies required as clinical pharmacist which is a more patient- centered practice in the delivery of pharmaceutical care.  

SIX-YEAR DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (Pharm.D.)

Makati

         This a six-year program leading to the degree Doctor of Pharmacy  with a total of 311 units. The program requires the completion of the 5- year BS in Clinical Pharmacy program.  Additional of   one year is required to include a 1500 hours of advance pharmacy practice experience in community and hospital setting on rotation sites.  

2-YEAR POST BACCALAUREATE DOCTOR OF PHARMACY (Pharm.D.)

  Makati

                A 2-year post baccalaureate course leading to Doctor of Pharmacy which requires completion of 96 units of formal course work inclusive of 36 units of pharmacy practice experience in clinical setting on rotation sites effective SY 2013-2014.