Course code: #5661
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This program at Griffith builds on the solid science foundation students developed in their undergraduate science or health science degree to provide advanced studies in:
Pharmaceutical science, professional and clinical pharmacy practice and pharmacy research
It provides a broad range of lectures, group and self-directed learning activities, practical competence-development simulations, inter-professional learning and clinical placements to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to undertake an internship program.
While there are several accredited internship program providers, steps must be met (including provisional registration with the Pharmacy Board of Australia) before your internship can commence.
Work-integrated learning activities (professional placements) integrate theoretical learning with its application in the workplace.
The inclusion of work-integrated learning activities in the degree program demonstrates Griffith's commitment to preparing its graduates for success in their working life.
In this program, you will spend time in the work/professional environment undertaking placements at various locations.
Placements may be outside the Brisbane metropolitan/Gold Coast area, including northern New South Wales and (by negotiation) interstate or overseas.
Total work placement (hours): 315.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,568|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$16,300|
International students who successfully complete the Direct Entry Program (DEP) will satisfy the English Language requirements for this Griffith degree.
Suppose you do not meet the University's specified English language requirements.
In that case, you may wish to contact the Griffith English Language Institute to increase your eligibility for entering a Griffith University program.
The duration of your English study will vary depending on your current level of English.
|IELTS Entry requirement||TOFEL Entry requirement||PTE Entry requirement||Weeks|
|6.0 (no sub score < 5.5)||71 (W19, L,R,S 17)||50 (no comm skill < 42)||10|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0, W 5.5)||52 (W17,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36, W42)||20|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0)||52 (W,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36)||25|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5, W 5.0)||40 (W15,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30, W36)||30|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5)||40 (W,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30)||35|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0, W 4.5)||33 (W13,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29, W30)||40|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0)||33 (W,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29)||45|
|4.0 or lower||32 or lower||29 or lower||Over 45|
Applicants are eligible for admission into the Master of Pharmacy subject to meeting the following criteria:
Where a student has not met the pharmacology prerequisite from their prior studies, they may enrol in 2018PHM Pharmacology, offered in all three trimesters, with an intensive mode in Trimester 3 of each year.
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