UTS offers postgraduate coursework and research courses in Pharmacy and Good Manufacturing Practice.
UTS offers a graduate-entry Master of Pharmacy that leads to registration as a pharmacist.
Innovative and practice based, the Master of Pharmacy is an intensive two-year program that is designed for people who have a previous degree in medical science or a related area.
- Master of Pharmacy
- Master of Pharmacy (International)
- Graduate Certificate in Advanced Pharmacy Practice
Good Manufacturing Practice
We have partnered with SeerPharma, the industry’s leading provider of technical compliance and QA knowledge to deliver innovative, university-accredited graduate programs in Good Manufacturing Practice.
Our Good Manufacturing Practice programs are designed for students who seek in-depth knowledge of regulations, compliance, process development and quality assurance in the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology sectors.
- Master of Good Manufacturing Practice
- Graduate Diploma of Good Manufacturing Practice
- Graduate Certificate of Good Manufacturing Practice
Owner, Blooms the Chemist, Leichhardt
Sally Lui: The pharmacy profession is definitely moving towards health services, and I do find UTS do it really, really well.
We're not just focusing on helping a patient manage their medication; although, we still do that. We actually help manage their whole disease condition. We can actually see how they progress as they come back to the pharmacy. They get their prescriptions filled. We can help monitor. It becomes a really close [00:00:30] relationship and a very ongoing relationship.
What I love most is patient interaction, being able to see them understanding the information they're actually telling them. It's great to actually see the changes in their lifestyle, and you're touched by their stories.
Look, I think pharmacy's a wonderful career. If you work hard, and you have a great attitude, you love working with people, [00:01:00] you can work well in a team, you'll come out of the degree, and there'll be jobs ready for you.
Absorb as much as you can. Ask questions. Tell us what you're interested in, tell us what you like. The more that we find that you're interested and engaged, the more we can offer and show you bits. You'll get so much more out.