March 2017 (Issue No.50)

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Second year Mid Term Results - 2nd semester 2016-2017

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Third year Mid Term results - 2nd semester 2016-2017

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First year Mid Term Results - 2nd semester 2016-2017

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February 2017 (Issue No.49)

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January 2017 (Issue No.48)

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First year Final Results B4 Suppl. 2016-2017

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November 2016 (Issue No. 47)

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October 2016 (Issue No. 46)

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September 2016 (Issue No. 45)

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Registrations open for Certificate Course in Regulatory Affairs. Classes commence on 7th October, 2016.

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Come and register for Certificate Course in Regulatory Affairs. Classes commence on 7th October, 2016.
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4th September 2016: Welcoming the new batch of BPharm students (Batch 25)

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4th September 2016: Welcoming the new batch of BPharm students (Batch 25)
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2nd September 2016: Welcoming the new batch of MPharm (Batch 4)

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2nd September 2016: Welcoming the new batch of MPharm (Batch 4)
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Third year CGPA for 1st & 2nd semesters 2015-2016

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Second year CGPA for 1st & 2nd semesters 2015-2016

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Third year final results B4 Supplementary for 2nd semester 2015-2016

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Second year final results B4 suppl.for 2nd semester 2015-2016

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First year final results B4 suppl. for 2nd semester 2015-2016

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Supplementary/Improvement Exam timetable

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May 2016 (Issue No. 44)

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April 2016 (Issue No. 43)

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Professional Certificate Course in Regulatory Affairs

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Starting from 3rd March 2017

 

Why to join this Course?

  • To build up a solid and comprehensive foundation in regulatory affairs.
  • To create a thorough understanding of important regulatory concepts.
  • To gain expertise in the field of regulatory affairs documentation.
  • To encourage continuous learning and development in regulatory affairs field. 

 

Who should join this Course?

  • Students who want to pursue their career in regulatory affairs.
  • Young regulatory professionals who need more knowledge in regulatory affairs.
  • Industrial personnel who want to change to regulatory affairs career.
     
Course Modules
Module1: Regulatory Affairs Introduction & Regulatory Affairs Professionals Role in GCC
Module2: Pharma Law in UAE and Licensing Requirements
Module3: CTD Modules Overview
Module4: E-CTD Guidelines
Module5: Overview on Pharma Registration Requirements in GCC
Module6: Stability study related to GCC Region
Module7: Overview on Medical Device Requirement in GCC
Module8: Good Manufacturing Practices
Module9: Pharmacoeconomics
Module10: Pharmacovigilance
Module11: Product Life Cycle Management
Module12: Communication Skills in Regulatory & RA Interview Skills

Course Structure:

Duration of Course: 3 months

  • One or Two taught modules will be delivered by regulatory experts from industries and academia every weekend [Usually on Fridays, 4-6 hours duration] at Dubai Pharmacy College for 12 weeks.
  • Participants will be evaluated based on individual module assessments.
 

For registration and more details please feel free to contact on
04 2999398 or email: info@pra-me.com

 

 

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Admissions are open till 1st week of September 2016 for Academic Year (2016-17) for BPharm and MPharm program.

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Admissions open
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March 2016 (Issue No. 42)

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14th March 2016: Come and be part of the Let's eradicate Thalassemia in DPC campus during lunch break today

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Come and be part of the Lets Eradicate Thalassemia campaign held in the Dubai Pharmacy college campus, today Monday 14th of March 2016 during the lunch break.
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February 2016 (Issue No. 41)

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January 2016 (Issue No. 40)

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November 2015 (Issue No. 39)

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October 2015 (Issue No. 38)

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8th October 2015: Free Dental Camp

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Free Dental Camp
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September 2015 (Issue No. 37)

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Eid Al Adha holidays: 23/9/2015 Wednesday to 26/9/2015 Saturday. Classes resume on 27/9/2015 Sunday

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Eid Al Adha Holidays
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6th September 2015: Welcoming the new students of BPharm and MPharm

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White Coat Ceremony
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Student Events Calendar

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May-June 2015

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Library Contacts

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Mr. Abdul Hafeez Zafar
Librarian
+971 4 2120515
hafeez@dmcg.edu
 
Ms. Bushra Parveen
Assistant Librarian
+971 4 2120516
Bushra@dmcg.edu
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Library Working Hours

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Opening hours
Sunday - Thursday7.30am – 3.00pm
Saturday10.00am – 2.00pm
    
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E-Resources

17 Jun 2015 written 17 Jun 2015

1. Access Pharmacy Database

http://accesspharmacy.mhmedical.com/

2. UpToDate Database

https://www.uptodate.com

3. Trial Database

Primal Pictures free access on trial basis available for both the college students till 18-10-2016. Please feel free to access anatomy tv.

http://www.anatomy.tv

Username: Dubai1

Password: Trial123

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Journals

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Subscribed Journals for the year 2016.
  Wiley Journals www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com Status
1 International Journal of Pharmacy Practice  Online
2 Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Online
3 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety Online
4 Pharmacotherapy : Internet Online
5 Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Online
6 Int. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Online
      
  Science Direct Journals www.sciencedirect.com  
7 European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Online
8 European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics Online
9 Phytomedicine Online
10 Pharmacological Research Online
      
  American Chemical Society http://pubs.acs.org/journal/jnprdf  
11 The Natural Products Journal Online
      
  Springer www.springer.com  
12 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy Online
      
  Print  
13 Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences Print
     
For More information please coordinate with librarian
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Online Public Access Catalogue

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(OPAC) online public access catalogue provide enhanced searching options to the library users to check the library holdings. Access is available 24/7 through internet. Library Catalogue can be accessed through smart phone also by downloading a small application called (Destiny Quest Mobile App) from the play store. After installation just provide the above URL https://dpc.follettdestiny.com/ in the destiny quest mobile application.

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Library Mission

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The mission of The Dubai Medical and Dubai Pharmacy Colleges Library is to provide quality materials and services which fulfill educational, informational, and recreational needs of the entire college students, faculty members and other people associated with the colleges in an atmosphere that is welcoming, respectful, and user-friendly.

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April 2015

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April 26, 2015:Come 'n' Join us in the campaign "Donate Blood...Save Life"

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Donate Blood;Save Life
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April 7 2015:World Health Day - Eat Heathy for a Healthy Life

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World Health Day
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March 2015

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February 2015

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March 8-10 2015: DUPHAT: Hearty congratulations to the winners and participants....!!!

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DUPHAT 2015
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March 5: Global Day 2015

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Global Day 2015
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M. Pharm Pharmaceutical Formulation Development Batch 1 and 2 Final Results (2014-2015)

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Second Year Batch 22 Final results of 1st Semester (2014-2015)

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Third year Batch 21 Final Results of 1st Semester (2014-2015)

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Second Year Batch 22 Final results of 1st Semester (2014-2015)

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Second Year Batch 22 Final results of 1st Semester 2014-2015

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Third year Batch 21 Final Results of 1st Semester 2014-2015

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January 2015

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Fourth year Batch 20 Final results of First semester 2014-2015

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First year Batch 23 Final Results of 1st Semester 2014-2015

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December 2014

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Announcement for batch 23 (current First year students) about registration for Mid Term supplementary Exam

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Announcement for batch 23 (current First year students) about Islamic Studies Exame date

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All years Final Examination Time Table

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Fourth year Final Examination Time Table

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Nov 11 2014: Pharma Guide Recruitment Program

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Recruitment Session
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November 2014

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October 2014

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Third year Final Results of 2013-2014

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Second year Final Results of 2013-2014

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First year Final Results 2013-2014

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Mid-Term Examination Time table of 1st semester (2014-2015)

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Nov 12, 2014: Pink Day Awareness Campaign

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Pink Day Awareness Campaign
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Oct 18, 2014: Student Union Election

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Student Union Election
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September 2014

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Administrative Directory

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DPC Administrative

   Name

  Designation

Extension

     Email Address

Ms .Suad Ahmad

Dean’s  Office In-charge

     301

suad@dpc.edu

Ms. Eman Zohair

Students  Affairs In-charge

     321

emanzohair@dpc.edu

Ms. Aisha Abdulla

Secretary,  Alumni Affairs

     322

aisha@dpc.edu

Ms. Abeer Abdul Kareem

Receptionist

     399

abeer@dpc.edu

Ms. Fathima Alzahraa

Secretary,  Examination & Evaluation Unit

     313

fatimazahra@dpc.edu

Ms. Amina M.Zarar

Head, Graduate Affairs and Career Guidance

     302

ameena@dpc.edu

Ms. Nabeerah Aftab

Administrative  Assistant, Institutional Effectiveness and Publications Unit

     302

nabeerah@dpc.edu

Mr. Imran khan

Purchasing  Manager

     324

imrankhan@dpc.edu

Ms. Doaa Mohamad Osman

Student Counselor

     377

doua@dpc.edu

 

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Academic Directory

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DPC Contact Details
Name Designation Email Address Extension
   Number
Prof. Saeed Ahmed Khan Dean
Head,Pharmaceutical  Chemistry and Natural Products Department
dr.khan@dpc.edu 300
Prof. Heyam Saad Head
Professor, Pharmaceutics Department
heyam@dpc.edu 305
Prof. Mirza Rafi Baig Professor , Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice Department dr.mirzabaig@dpc.edu 304
Prof. Ali Asghar Graduate Program Director
Prof., Pharmaceutics Department
dr.asgar@dpc.edu 303
Dr. Amina Mahdy Head
Associate Prof. Pharmacology and Toxicology Department
amina@dpc.edu 306
Dr. Rawoof Khan Assistant Prof., Pharmacology and Toxicology Department

 

 
Prof. Naglaa Gamil Chief Academic Officer
Prof, Pharmaceutical  Chemistry and Natural Products Department
naglaa@dpc.edu 308
Prof. Bazigha Abdul Rasool Head, Research, Laboratories and Facilities
Prof., Pharmaceutics Department
bazigha@dpc.edu 307
Dr. Fazilatun Nessa. Associate Prof., Pharmaceutical  Chemistry and Natural Products Department dr.fazilatun@dpc.edu 311
Dr. Gazala Khan Head, Examination and Evaluation Unit
Assistant Prof., Pharmaceutics Department
dr.gazala@dpc.edu 312
Mrs. Sabeena Salam Head, Institutional Effectiveness and Publications Unit
Chair, General Education Program
Faculty, English Language Studies
sabeena@dpc.edu 309
Dr. Juliana Roos Head, Professional Practice Experience Unit
Associate Professor Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice Department
dr.juliana@dpc.edu 319
Mrs. Doaa Kamal Assistant Lecturer,
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice Department
dr.doaakamal@dpc.edu 317
Mrs. Rana Sammour Assistant Lecturer, 
Pharmaceutics Department
rana@dpc.edu 314
Ms. Yosra Adnan Assistant Lecturer
Pharmacology and Toxicology Department
yosra@dpc.edu 315
Ms. Eiman Shams Elddin Assistant Lecturer
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice Department
eiman@dpc.edu 318
Ms. Al Zahraa Assistant Lecturer, 
Pharmaceutics Department
alzahraa@dpc.edu 316
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Contact Us

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Tel: 00971-4-2120333
Fax: 00971-4-2646740


P.O.BOX: 19099,
Dubai Pharmacy College,
Al Muhaisanah 1, Al Mizhar,
Dubai - United Arab Emirates


Timing: 7:30 AM - 3 PM (Sun - Thu)
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Student Handbook

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IT Services

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Coming soon
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Student Services

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Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC) provides all educational support facilities to its students. The students get the best scientific training and knowledge which will make them eligible as pharmacists to boost the vast scientific and industrial development of U.A.E.

College Bulding

slife1.jpgThe College building, is a two floor namely the ground and the upper level. The ground floor has the Dean's office, Faculty office, Laboratories. on the ground floor has five laboratories, a model pharmacy with a drug information center, administrative and faculty offices, a meeting room and a reception section. On the first floor, are housed three laboratories, four lecture rooms, student's union office, students' common room, and chemical and glassware store. The animal house is located in a building adjacent to the College. Besides the above facilities, the College is supported by a Machine Room (Industrial unit) situated in the Lootah's Educational Campus for conducting training and practicals in Pharmaceutics-I & II and Pharmaceutical technology courses.

Laboratary and instrumentation facilities

DPC possesses well-equipped laboratories for each discipline. There are eight laboratories in the College premises equipped with scientific apparatus and equipment required for practical and scientific investigations. Some laboratories are in Dubai Medical College and are common to both the Colleges. The laboratories are:

  • Pharmaceutics Lab
  • Pharmacology Lab  
  • Research Lab  
  • Instrumental Analysis Laboratory  
  • Organic Chemistry Lab  
  • Pharmaceutical  and Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory   
  • Pharmacognosy Lab  
  • Model Pharmacy : Pharmacotherapeutics Lab 
  • Anatomy Histology Laboratory  
  • Biochemistry Laboratory   
  • Microbiology Lab  
  • Physiology  Lab  
  • Pathology  Lab

Auditorium

A well-furnished auditorium, located in DMCG, is spacious and suitable for any cultural occasion. It has become a regular venue for all social and cultural activities of DPC.

Study Rooms

DPC provides study room facilities for its students, which may be utilized by them in their break hours and also by hostel students after the class hours. These study rooms are located in DMCG and are well furnished with all required facilities. The students have an easy access to these study rooms and are free to use all facilities present there like computers with Internet and Journals.

Central library

The Central Library, housed in DMCG adjacent to DPC offers an excellent environment for study. It is available to students at various stages of study.

Opening hours:

Sunday - Thursday7.30am – 3.00pm
Saturday10.00am – 2.00pm

Computer Laboratory

The Computer Laboratory, well equipped with thirty three computers, have Internet connections along with thirty three auditory systems. Besides this Computer Laboratory, the College enjoys full technical guidance, support and know- how from the Information Technology (IT) department, which is its sister organization and is adjacent to DPC campus.

Accommodation facilities

DPC provides hostel facility for students who apply for it. It is close to the College and has well-furnished bedrooms, dining room, study room and all the required facilities. Besides these facilities, internet connection is available in each room to aid them in preparing their notes and seminars. On each floor of the hostel there is a provision for praying and a gymnasium club. Students can obtain advice on accommodation from the hostel Supervisor.

Health care facilities

The College arranges to provide health care facilities to students living in the hostels. DPC has a contract for health care with its sister organization Dubai Specialized Medical Centre and Research Labs . DMC doctors do periodical checkup for all the students. Those found ill are taken care of by them. In severe cases the hostel authorities send the resident students to Dubai Government hospitals.

Student counseling services

Students who experience personal, emotional and social difficulties and may need counseling or support. DPC provides students with counseling services through a trained student counselor who helps them to cope up with a wide variety of student matters.

Transporation facilities

DPC has special minibuses for transporting students from Sharjah, Ajman, Dubai and hostel. These buses are fully air-conditioned and quite comfortable. They are used for field trips and educational tours too.

Mosques

The College has mosques inside its campus for faculty, staff and female students which sustains the Islamic atmosphere in the College.

Dining services

Cafeteria adjoining the College is spacious and hygienic. It offers food and beverages of students' choice. Thus it's a rendezvous for students to relax and enjoy during breaks.

Recreational facilities

In the campus there is a swimming pool, basketball court and gymnasium club. These facilities help the students in maintaining proper physical fitness.

Bookshop

There is a bookshop in the College which sells textbooks at subsidized rates of various subjects taught in the College. The bookshop also provides services on photocopying at a minimal charge.

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Community Engagement

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The college forms a Special Interest Group (SIG) of likeminded people initiating community engagement which would include student representatives, faculty members, Audentia, research and student affairs lead by a community engagement head, thereby, planning its activities according to its specific specialization and interests.    At the beginning of the Fall semester, the Cluster Groups/ Special Interest Group prepares a plan of all activities to be carried out and events in which to participate. Need based approach is kept in view while preparing the plan and help execute the plan in the best possible manner. Although the plan includes all intended activities, a level of flexibility is maintained to accommodate fresh ideas from the DPC’s students, faculty and staff as well as the wider community. Throughout the semester the plan is monitored to identify the areas of strength and ideas for future improvement.    When selecting events and setting the DPC plan, the SIG considers activities that contribute directly to the community identifying the impending needs of the community and to meet them.

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Visa and Residence

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Student Union

14 Sep 2014 written 14 Sep 2014

 There is a “Student Union” consisting of members from student community elected from all years of B. Pharm. The elections are held regularly at the beginning of each academic year.

The Student  Union serves as the principal student programming organization at DPC. The Student  Union is responsible for providing a balanced programme of social,  religious,  recreational, and cultural activities for the College aiming to make free time activity a co-operative facet with study.  The Students Union helps also to maintain close links between the College administration, staff, and the students, links which are essential for efficient functioning of the College.

Student Union Election Procedure

The Student Union elections are held in each academic year according to the rules and regulations framed by the College administration the following in the procedure for election:

  • Administration of the College undertakes  issuing of the decision about the formation of a Student Union Election Committee in a certain time period, which should be within two weeks from the beginning of the new academic year. 
  • This Election Committee holds free and fair elections to select the Union Board and all other office bearers. 
  • Any student of the College nominates herself for only one position in the Union Board. 
  • After casting of the votes by the students, the counting of the votes is done publicly and the invalid votes are cancelled. 
  • The results of the election are announced on the same day of the election.
  • The Union positions could be occupied uncontested. 
  • The proportional representation of the College students, in the Union should be taken into consideration. 
  • The period of the elected Student Union Board is only one academic year.

Working rules for Student Union Board

1. The Student Union Board has the following members:

  • President 
  • Vice-President. 
  • Secretary General.
  • Heads of College Clubs (Science Club-Drama Club-Writing Club-Book Club-Art Club-Media Club-Ehsaan:Charity Club)

2. The meetings of the Union Board are held minimum two times in each academic year according to the President’s request and this is done by the co-ordination of Secretary General or according to the request of the one third of the Board Members

3. During the meeting the duties of each Board Member are discussed and all suggestions, recommendations and decisions of the Board are written and published.

4. In each meeting the Board Members review the execution of the decisions taken in previous meetings.

5. The Union Board approves and allocates specified fund for different Union activities and forward it to the College administration for its provision.

Responsibilities of the Student Union Board Members

1) President

    The responsibilities of the President are: 
  • To direct the meetings of the Student Union Board. 
  • To allocate the duties of the Board members and to call for the meeting of the Board in collaboration with the Secretary General. 
  • To undertake the execution of the Union Board decisions in cooperation with the Secretary General. 
  • To undertake the payment of bills for expenditure in conducting Union activities from the approved fund in co-operation with the Treasurer.
 

2) Vice-President

  The responsibilities of the Vice-President are:
  • To substitute for the President in her absence. 
  • To assist the President in her work.
 

3) Secretary General

The responsibilities of the Secretary General are:
     
  • To appoint Incharge for different Union Committees. 
  • To co-ordinate with the activities of different Union Committees. 
  • To implement the suggestions given by the students to activate the Union Committees. 
  • To be responsible for execution of all the decisions of the Union Board. 
  • To organize and co-ordinate the activities between the two Colleges (DMCG and DPC). 
  • To keep all the documents of the Union Board and be responsible for writing and distribution of the minutes of the Union Board and Union Committee meetings.
 

4) Various College Clubs for Students

i. In-charge, Science Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To arrange scientific functions, symposiums and seminars in the College. 
  • To arrange scientific quiz, competitions and meetings in between the students of both Colleges (DMCG and DPC).
  • To encourage scientific related events promoting health awareness like sports day, health day etc.
  • To encourage the members in the field of science and improve their abilities in experimental pharmaceutical work
 

ii. In-charge, Drama Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To encourage active participation of all members in showcase their talents. 
  • To improve knowledge in other fields other than pharmacy. 

iii. In-charge, Writing Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To improve writing skills of students and organize literature related events in Arabic and English. 
  • To initiate debates among members. 
 

iv. In-charge, Book Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To encourage all members to increase knowledge by inculcating a habit of reading. 
  • To improve knowledge in other fields other than pharmacy. 
 

iv. In-charge, Art Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To encourage all members participate in talent shows organized in the college. 
  • To organize events held in the college.
  • To prepare brochures, notices and posters for highlighting different activities in the College.
  • To publish articles for wall magazine and College magazine giving all information about Union activities. 

iv. In-charge, Media Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To prepare along with the Art club brochures, notices and posters for highlighting different activities in the College. 
  • To publish all activities on the college social media giving all information about Union activities.
  • To interact with other Colleges and exchange information with them.
  • To make propaganda about the College status by writing in newspapers and magazines published in Dubai and U.A.E. 
 

iv. In-charge, Ehsaan Club

The responsibilities are: 
 
  • To arrange all religious and cultural functions in the College. 
  • Implant the love of Islam and Sunnah among students.
  • Arrange theme based days in the college like Arabic Day, Laborers Day etc.  
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DPC Alumni

10 Sep 2014 written 10 Sep 2014

We   value your involvement and support. Most of all, we value your   partnership in our belief in the power of research and pharmaceutical   education. Our faculty and students pursue this belief not only through   research conducted here, but also through Pharmatalk series, the scientific seminars and workshops, offered here.

Through this site we hope you will join us and share your views.Keep us posted (Ameena@dpc.edu)

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Fitness Center

10 Sep 2014 written 10 Sep 2014

In the campus there is a swimming pool, basketball ground and gymnasium club for the students. These facilities help the students in maintaining proper physical fitness under the guidance of well trained staff on days allocated for girls only.

Fitness Center Tel.No.: 04-2125027
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Transportation

10 Sep 2014 written 10 Sep 2014

DPC has special minibuses for transportation of the students from their residence in Sharjah, Ajman, Dubai and Hostel to the College and back to their respective destinations. These buses are fully air-conditioned and quite comfortable.

The buses are controlled by an Incharge who is responsible for providing the transport when needed by the students of the College and hostel. The person Incharge at present is Mr. Haroon Ahmad, whose contact number is 050-4563797.

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Central Library

10 Sep 2014 written 10 Sep 2014

The Central Library, housed in DMCG adjacent to DPC offers an excellent environment for study. It is available to students at various stages of study. The library working hours are arranged as far as possible to meet students' needs. The library has subscribed e -Journals in various areas of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences. The physical facilities in the library are adequate space is given for housing the collection of books, journals, and audiovisuals. There is also a large reading room to facilitate learning. Students have access to computer terminals to search on-line catalogs, databases, and other information systems. The library is also equipped with photocopying machines.
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M.Pharm Fees structure and refund policy

24 Jul 2014 written 24 Jul 2014

Fees Total Amount/Year Mode of Payment
Tuition Dhs50,000/-per year Dhs25,000/- at time of admission
Hostel Dhs12000/- to 18000/- Four installments with tuition fees.
Transportation
Dubai(daily) Sharjah/Ajman(daily)    Muhaisna/Mezher/Mirdiff/Rashidiya/Twar/Qusais/Nahda   -  Dhs3000/-
      Deira/Bur Dubai/Satwa/Karama/Umm Suqaim/Jumeirah/Barsha  -  Dhs4000/-
    Dhs 5000/-
Four installments with tuition fees.
AbuDhabi, Fujairah, Al Ain, Baniyaas (weekly) Dhs 5000/- Four installments with tuition fees.

Refund Policy of Tuition Fees

Dubai Pharmacy College admits only a very limited number of students, so if any student after admission cancels her admission then this will create a vacancy which could have been used by another qualified student. Therefore the College authorities are strict in their action for such students and they will not refund the fees paid at the time of admission until and unless a valid reason is provided for cancellation of admission.

The valid reasons can be:-
1. If a candidate faces visa difficulties from U.A.E. govt. that are out of College Control.

2. If the guardian of the candidate faces sudden employment problems, such as termination, visa cancellation etc.

3. If a candidate is granted a scholarship provided that it occurs after the date of fee payment.

4. The refund usually is granted to student in first or second week after commencement of academic year to which they are admitted.

Refund Policy of Tuition Fees on Withdrawal:

  • In case of withdrawal before joining the college: 5%(applicable on tuition fees)
  • For every month of attendance in case of withdrawal after joining the college :Dhs 5000
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M.Pharm Admission Requirements

24 Jul 2014 written 24 Jul 2014

Admission to the Graduate School is based on academic qualifications as shown in Table below. Prospective students can find information on application procedures as well as a link to the application at the college web site at www.dpc.edu.Inquiries concerning particular degree programs or courses of instruction should be addressed to the graduate program director or to the dean.

Entry requirement B Pharm
Other qualifications accepted ---
Minimum average % of marks CGPA of 3 on a scale of 4.0, or its equivalent
English language proficiency requirement

• Internet Based Test (IBT) TOEFL 79 out of 120
• International English Language Testing System (IELTS-Academic)6.0
• Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) with a test score of 52 Exceptions are:
1. A native speaker of English who has completed her undergraduate education in an English-medium institution and in a country where English is
the official language;
2. An applicant with an undergraduate qualification from an English-medium institution who can provide evidence of acquiring a minimum TOEFL score of 500 on the Paper-Based test, or its equivalent on another standardized test approved by the Commission, at the time of admission to her undergraduate
Program. . To be eligible for this exemption you must have completed your studies no more than two years prior to the start of the postgraduate degree program for which you are applying.

Entry eligibility Passing interview

Applications are initially reviewed by the college and applicant will be called for an interview. Final decisions rest with the college, which, after considering the recommendation of the department concerned, will notify the applicant of the decision.

Conditional Admission
A student with a recognized baccalaureate degree with a grade point average below 3.00 on a 4.0 scale or its established equivalent may be admitted conditionally to the Masters program. Such a student must meet the following requirements during the period of conditional admission or be subject to dismissal:

  • may take a maximum of nine credit hours in the first semester of study
  • must achieve an overall grade point average of 3.00 on a 4.0 scale in the first nine credit hours for the Masters program

 

Transfer Admission
Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC) accepts transfer of students from accredited College with a curriculum that is comparable to that offered at DPC. The transfer of students is not allowed after second semester. The following are the necessary conditions for transfer to the DPC from other pharmacy colleges:

  1. Students must meet the English language proficiency requirements such as minimum TOEFL score of (79 IBT) or 6.0 in IELTS.
  2. DPC requires applicants to submit their transcripts for evaluation of transferable subjects /teaching hours from previous college experiences. The student must provide a letter of application to the Dean of the College specifying reason(s) for requesting transfer and desired date of transfer.
  3. All applicants must provide conduct certificates from the Pharmacy College where they are currently enrolled. No student who has been dismissed from any Pharmacy College will be eligible for transfer to DPC.
  4. The student transferring from another accredited college must be in a good academic standing (CGPA of 3 on a scale of 4.0, or its equivalent) in BPharm.
  5. The student must have earned a grade of "B" or better in the course. No more than six credit hours of graduate work may be transferred from another institution. The courses must be graduate level and have been taken for graduate credit at the accredited institution.
  6. The final decision for approval of transfer will be made by the Dean after review of the transfer request.

 

Documents Required

The following documents should be submitted along with the application form.  The original certificates is to be brought in person by the applicant at the time of interview.

  • Attested BPharm degree.
  • Mark-sheet of the examination passed  
  • Six passport size color photographs.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Character certificate from the Head of the institution last attended.
  • Copy of the passport and resident visa (for expatriate students only).
  • Medical certificate.
  • Required result of TOEFL/ IELTS/any standardized exams as prescribed by the MoHESR (conditional admission, if not passing the acceptance score)
  • Copy of UAE National ID.
  • Statement of purpose (SOP)

 

Graduate Student Readmission: 
Students returning from a Leave of Absence will need to fill out a readmission form available in theDean’s office.

Deadline for Readmission:
Readmission form must be submitted on or before the start of the term/semester.

Students returning from a Leave of Absence who have a tuition balance are subject to the rules regarding overdue tuition balances in place at that time. After one year, students will have to re-apply for admission.

Leave of Absence:

Students in good standing may request a Leave of Absence. A leave of absence allows a student to return to the same semester at any registration period for up to one year from the start of the leave without the necessity of re-applying but should fill in the Leave of Absence form. Students on scholarship who are in good academic standing will retain their award when returning to the College from a leave of absence not more than one year. The forms for readmission are available in the Dean’s office.

Add/Drop/Withdrawal from Courses
As DPC strictly adheres to the time-table schedule, the graduate students cannot add or drop any regular courses allotted for each semester.

Withdrawal Policy
Up to the end of the 10th week of a semester, students may choose to withdraw from a course without academic penalty; however, a grade of W will appear on the student’s transcript. Students may officially withdraw from a course up to the end of the 10th week of the semester. After the 10th week, withdrawals are no longer permitted, except by special permission of the Dean. A withdrawal form must be signed by the Dean.Note: All withdrawals from course(s) after the fourth week of the term are noted with a grade "W" onthe transcript.

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Transfer from other Colleges

24 Jul 2014 written 24 Jul 2014

The College also welcomes applications from candidates studying with other educational institutions in B.Pharm. course who wish to transfer to DPC.  It may be possible to grant exemption from earlier part of the degree course in recognition of a candidate’s success in her previous course of study.

The following are the necessary conditions for transfer to the DPC from other Pharmacy Colleges:

  • Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC) accepts transfer of students from accredited College with a curriculum that is comparable to that offered at DPC.
  • Students must meet the English language proficiency requirements such as minimum TOEFL score of  61 IBT or 5.0 in IELTS. 
  • The student must provide a letter of application to the Dean of the College specifying reason (s) for requesting transfer and desired date of transfer.
  • Dubai Pharmacy College requires applicants to submit their transcripts for evaluation of transferable subjects /teaching hours from previous College experiences.
  • No student who has been dismissed from any Pharmacy College will be eligible for transfer to DPC.
  • All applicants must provide conduct certificates from the Pharmacy College where they are currently enrolled.
  • All applicants should contact the Admissions Department to inquire about having their transcripts reviewed.
  • The student transferring from another accredited college must be in a good academic standing (a minimum CGPA of 2.0, C grade, on a 4.0 scale or equiavlent).
  • Student applying for transfer to DPC must study more than 60% of the syllabus of B. Pharm at DPC.
  • The final decision for approval of transfer will be made by the Dean after review of the transfer request by the Chief Academic Officer of the College.
  • Transfer of students is not allowed after second year.
  • Before considering any application for transfer, existence of an appropriate seat for the student should be considered.
  • Before attending Dubai Pharmacy College, attested records from the previous College and higher secondary school should be submitted to the Dean’s secretary.

Admission Rules for Diploma in Pharmacy & Science Graduates

Diploma in Pharmacy holders will be admitted in second year of B.Pharm, if they meet the following requirements:

  • She should have passed the qualifying examination viz. Higher Secondary/Intermediate/10+2/GCE-A level “12 Grade” or equivalent with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics) from a school recognized by Ministry of Education, U.A.E. with not less than 70% marks in aggregate.
  • She should have passed Diploma in Pharmacy with a good academic standing (a minimum CGPA of 2.0, C grade, on a 4.0 scale or equivalent).
  • She should apply for admission to B.Pharm. course in DPC within five years after obtaining the Diploma in Pharmacy and also she should be working in the field related to Pharmacy.
  • Candidates should submit certificate in proof of having a good character and provide evidence for their emotional, social and academic maturity from the Head of the Institution last attended.
  • Evidence of proficiency in English language should also be provided.

Science graduates and graduates in Medicine, Health Sciences, Dentistry and Veterinary  Sciences can also be admitted to B. Pharm. course if they meet the following requirements:

  • She should have passed the qualifying examination viz. Higher Secondary/Intermediate/10+2/GCE-A level “12 Grade” or equivalent with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics) from a school recognized by Ministry of Education, U.A.E. with not less than 80% marks in aggregate.
  • She should have passed Graduate Degree with a good academic standing (a minimum CGPA of 2.0, C grade, on a 4.0 scale or equivalent).
  • She should apply for admission in B.Pharm. course in DPC within five years after obtaining her Graduate Degree and  also she should be working in the field related to her specialization.
  • Candidates should submit certificate in proof of  having a good character and provide evidence for their emotional, social and academic maturity from the Head of the Institution last attended.
  • Evidence of proficiency in English language should also be provided.
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Fees structure and refund policy

24 Jul 2014 written 24 Jul 2014

Fee Structure Per Year

Tuition Fee  : Dhs 45000/-

Hostel

Single Room : Dhs 18000/-     Shared Room : Dhs 12000/-

Transportation   

Dubai: Muhaisna, Mezher, Mirdiff, Rashidya, Tawar, Qusais, Nahda (Daily)Dhs 3000/-
Dubai: Deira, Bur Dubai, Satwa, Karama, Umm Suqaim, Jumeirah, Barsha (Daily)Dhs  4000/-
Sharjah - Ajman (Daily) Dhs 5000/-       
Hostel Transport: Abu Dhabi - Al-Ain - Fujairah - Baniyass (Weekly)  Dhs 5000/-


الرســوم السنويــة

الرسوم الدراسية     45000 درهم

السكن: غرفة مفردة 18000 درهم   غرفة مزدوجة 12000 درهم

المواصلات

دبي: محيصنة، مزهر، مردف، الراشدية، الطوار، القصيص، النهدة يومي  3000 درهم
 
دبي: ديرة، بر دبي، السطوة، الكرامة، ام سقيم - البرشاء - جميرا يومي  4000 درهم
    
    الشارقة وعجمان يومي    5000 درهم

مواصلات طالبات السكن (أبوظبي - بني ياس - الفجيرة - العين) أسبوعي 5000 درهم
 
بعد مقابلة العميد وفي حال الحصول على قبول الالتحاق بالكلية يتم دفع رسوم الفصل الدراسي الأول خلال أسبوع من تاريخ القبول لإتمام حجز مقعد للطالبة بالكلية

Final selection of candidates is on the basis of their performance in an interview conducted by the Dean and if accepted, first semester fees should be paid during the first week of acceptance to reserve a seat to start the B.Pharm. Program.

Refund Policy

Dubai Pharmacy College admits only a very limited number of students, so if any student after admission cancels her admission then this will create a vacancy which could have been used by another qualified student. Therefore the College authorities are strict in their action for such students and they will not refund the fees paid at the time of admission until and unless a valid reason is provided for cancellation of admission. The valid reasons can be:-

  • If a candidate faces visa difficulties from UAE govt. that are out of College Control
  • If the guardian of the candidate faces sudden employment problems, such as termination, visa cancellation etc
  • If a candidate is granted a scholarship provided that it occurs after the date of fee payment
  • The refund usually is granted to student in first or second week after commencement of academic year to which they are admitted

 

Refund Policy of Tuition Fees on Withdrawal:

  • In the case of withdrawal before joining the college: 5% (applicable only on tuition fees )
  • For every month of attendance in case of withdrawal after joining the college : AED 4500
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Admission Requirements

23 Jul 2014 written 23 Jul 2014

Academic Requirements:

Applicants from a high school following the U.A.E. curriculum must have:
♦   The UAE High School Certificate – Science Stream (or equivalent) is required with an average score of 80% or more.

If you come from a high school following an International curriculum must have

  • 12 years of school in Science Stream (or equivalent) with a minimum 80% or more.
  • Equivalency certificate for a High School Certificate obtained abroad from UAE Ministry of Education.

 

Additional Requirements:

  • Students of GCSE/IGCSE curriculum must have completed five subjects (Biology or Human Biology, Chemistry, English Language, Mathematics or additional Mathematics or Statistics, and Physics) at the ordinary level with at least 2 B’s and 3 C’s grades, plus two subjects (Biology and Chemistry) at the GCE Advanced Subsidiary or Advanced level with at least 1 B and 1 C grade.
  • Students of International Baccalaureate Diploma must have completed six subjects with three at the standard level and three at the higher level with minimum 30 diploma points (equivalent grade of 80%) fulfilling following mandatory courses requirement:
  • Standard or Higher level Math
  • Standard or Higher level Biology
  • Standard or Higher level Chemistry

 English Language Proficiency Requirement:

An applicant is required to fulfill any one of the following requirements for admission:

A minimum score of:

61 out of 120

Internet Based Test (IBT) TOEFL

A test score of 41

Cambridge English Advanced (CAE)

5.0

International English Language Testing System (IELTS-Academic)

Test score of B1 First Class Pass

City and Guilds IESOL

Score range of 36-46

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTEA)

Note: TOEFL PBT is not accepted.


Conditional Admission

Students who qualify for conditional admission will have to sign a note of undertaking of conditional admission that specifies the conditions that she must meet the minimum English Language Proficiency by the end of first semester. Incase of not achieving the required score she will be turned out of the College.

Note: Conditional admission means that students are limited to enrolling in 15 credit hours for the first semester and cannot continue without the required minimum score as set by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, UAE.

 

Documents Required

The following documents should be submitted along with the application form.  The original certificates is to be brought in person by the applicant at the time of interview.

  • Provisional certificate of the examination passed (Higher Secondary) on the basis of which admission is sought.
  • Equivalency certificate from the Ministry of Education, UAE 
  • Mark-sheet of the examination passed
  • School Leaving certificate from the school last attended.
  • Six passport size color photographs.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.
  • Copy of the passport and resident visa (for expatriate students only).
  • Medical certificate.
  • Required result of TOEFL/ IELTS (conditional admission, if not passing the acceptance score)
  • Copy of UAE National ID.


1.      وثيقة النجاح في شهادة الدراسة "الثانوية العامة من دولة الإمارات، أو ما يعادلها من وزارة التربية والتعليم، أو صورة طبق الأصل عنها، مصدقة حسب الأصول.
2.      صورة عن جواز السفر.
3.      صورة عن شهادة الميلاد.
4.      شهادة اللياقة الصحية.
5.      شهادة حسن السيرة والسلوك (حديثة) معتمدة من جهة رسمية.
6.      ستة صور شخصية ملونة مقاس 4 Í 6، (ويكتب الاسم الكامل على ظهر كل صورة).
7.      تعهد خطي من الطالب بالالتزام والتقيد بأنظمة الجامعة وقوانينها ولوائحها وتعليماتها.
8.      شهادة امتحان قياسي في اللغة الإنجليزية مثلTOEFL (IBT) بمعدل لا يقل عن (61) نقطة أو (Academic)  IELTS بمعدل لا يقل (5) نقطة،( في حال الحصول عليها).

ملاحظة: TOEFL PBT   غير مقبول.

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Academic Calendar

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DPC Academic Calendar- Academic Year 2016-2017 (1437-1438)
First Semester
Event Day Dates Date / Hijri
Beginning of 1st Semester Sunday 28/08/2016 25/11/1437
Orientation & Beginning of M. Pharm 1st Semester classesFriday02/09/201501/12/1437
Beginning of M. Pharm 3rd Semester classes Friday 02/09/2015 01/12/1437
Beginning of 1st Year classes  and Welcome CeremonySunday 04/09/2016 03/12/1437
Mid- Semester Exams; 1st,2nd and 3rd year Sunday 23/10/2016 22/01/1438
Beginning of Final Exams of 4th year Sunday 20/11/2016 20/02/1438
Winter Vacation Sunday to
  Saturday
18/12/2016
  31/12/2016
19/03/1438
  02/04/1438
Beginning of Final Exams for 1st, 2nd and 3rd yearsMonday 02/01/2017 04/04/1438
Beginning of Final Exams for  M. Pharm 1st & 3rd Semester Friday 06/01/2017 09/04/1438
Beginning of Re-sit Exams for 1st, 2nd and 3rd years Sunday 05/02/2017  08/05/1438
End of First Semester - No Holiday
Second Semester
Beginning of 2nd  Semester for 4th YearMonday02/01/201704/04/1438
Commencement of Classes for  M. Pharm 2nd Semester Friday 10/02/2016 13/05/1438
Commencement of  Classes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd yearsSunday12/02/201715/05/1438
Beginning of Final Examination of 4th year Sunday 19/03/2017 20/06/1438
Mid Semester Vacation Sunday to
  Saturday
26/03/2017
  01/04/2017
27/06/1438
  04/07/1438
Beginning of Mid- Semester Exams; 1st,2nd and 3rd year Sunday
09/04/2017 12/07/1438
Beginning of Final Examinations for 1st, 2nd and 3rd years Sunday 04/06/2017 09/09/1438
Beginning of Final Exams for  M. Pharm 2nd Semester Friday 09/06/2017 14/09/1438
Announcement of all results Wednesday18/07/201724/10/1438
Beginning of Re-sit Exams Monday04/09/201713/12/1438
Summer Vacation Begins Sunday23/07/201729/10/1438
Events
Event Date
Eid Al Adha HolidaySun, 11/09/2016 - Thu, 15/09/ 2016
Hijri New YearSun, 02/10/2016
Student Leisure Trip- 13rd or 4th week of November, 2016
Martyr's DayWed, 30/11/2016
UAE National DayFri, 2/12/2016 - Sat, 03/12/2016 
New Year’s DaySunday, 01/01/2017
Prophet’s BirthdayMon, 12/12/2016 (12th Rabi- Al Awal)
Student Leisure Trip- 13rd or 4th week of April, 2017
End of Year Ceremony3rd or 4th week of May, 2017
Isra’a & MiragMon, 24/4/2017 (27th Rajab)
29th Ramadan - Eid Al Fitr HolidaySun, 25/06/2017 - Tue, 27/06/2017
* Note: Islamic holidays are  determined after sighting of the moon. Thus actual dates may not coincide  with the dates in the  calendar
** Beginning of Academic Year 2017-2018 will be on: Monday 04/09/2017


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MPharm (Pharmaceutical Product Development) Course Descriptions

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PFD901: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & BIOSTATISTICS (2 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Aliasgar Shahiwala

This course expose the students to a systematic process of identifying the research problems; defining the problems; identifying the variables/ indicators to address these problems; collecting, compiling, processing and analyzing data using various statistical methods; tools to assess the fundamental characteristics of the topics under study; and preparation of the report or presentation of results-formal write ups of conclusions reached. The course maximizes the use of self directed studies by making use of assignments, presentations and statistical software using skills.

PFD902 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS OF DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS (3+1 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Saeed Ahmed Khan, Dr. Fazilatun Nessa

This course prepares the students with knowledge and skills required in analysis of drugs and formulations through commonly employed techniques, UV – Visible spectroscopy; Florescence and phosphorescence spectrometry; High performance liquid chromatography; Infrared spectroscopy; Thermal methods of analysis; X-ray diffraction, particle size determination using Laser diffraction, determination of zeta potential using zeta-sizer, in pharmaceutical industries. The theory and practical of the instrumental methods is supported by analytical method validation, proper interpretation of analytical data and mathematical techniques for preparing standards and samples.

PFD903 PHARMACEUTICAL QUALITY CONTROL & ASSURANCE (3 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Heyam Saad Ali, Dr. Bazigha Kadhim Abdul Rasool

This course mainly deals with the quality and regulatory aspects of the pharmaceutical formulations. It mainly describes quality assurance, compliance, and good manufacturing practices and testing applicable to highly regulated pharmaceutical industry. Since, the quality and regulatory aspects needs effective documentation, self directed learning will be fostered through various assignments throughout this course.

PFD904  PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOKINETICS & DRUG DELIVERY DISPOSITION (2 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator:  Prof. Heyam Saad Ali,  Dr.Bazigha Kadhim Abdul Rasool

This course brings together different biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic aspects in designing formulations with maximize therapeutic benefits. In order to gain maximum insights into biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic aspects, this course is delivered using problem based learning and small group discussions apart from didactic lectures.

PFD905 PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS (4+2 CH, Second Semester, Pre/Co-requisites: PFD902; PFD904)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Aliasgar Shahiwala, Dr.Bazigha Kadhim Abdul Rasool

This course is a core course of the program, encompasses all the recent developments in pharmaceutical formulations, with respect to their designing, manufacturing, and evaluations of solid dosage forms, parenteral dosage forms, liquids & semisolids, site specific and target oriented drug delivery systems,

mucosal drug delivery systems, pulmonary drug delivery systems, transdermal drug delivery systems. This course also provides extensive practical exposure in development & evaluation of such dosage forms.

PFD906 PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (2 CH, Second Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Heyam Saad Ali

This course prepares the students with latest knowledge of pharmaceutical product development process starting from most appropriate excipient selection, preformulation studies, packaging development and finally scale up issues. The exposure to intellectual property rights helps the students in tackling product infringement related issues.

PFD907: BIOTECHNOLOGY BASED PRODUCTS (2 CH, Second Semester, Co-requisite: PC12902)
Course Coordinator: Dr. Ghazala Khan

This course is designed to provide you with latest knowledge about different biotechnological processes involved in development of therapeutic proteins, peptides and gene products. It also discusses various issues related to development of stable biotechnological products and delivery considerations of these products in human.

PFD908: SEMINARS/JOURNAL CLUB (1 CH, Second Semester)
  Course Coordinator: Prof. Heyam Saad Ali, Prof. Aliasgar Shahiwala, Dr. Bazigha Kadhim Abdul Rasool,

Seminars will expose you to systemic review of literature on a selected topic and fosters communication skills, presentation skills and IT skills. Through the questions & answers and evaluation session, you will be able to identify the need of your own self development and development of others.

PFD-RP: RESEARCH PROJECT & DISSERTATION (14CH, Second (2CH) Third (6CH) & Fourth (6CH) Semester)
This is one year long laboratory research project conducted by the students under the supervision of DPC faculty. Each student is responsible for developing and performing their own research project. Students are encouraged to work with others in the labs, but they must make an active and significant contribution to the project. Students develop technical writing and oral presentation skills by writing a final report on their project, and by defending their work in a final presentation before experts.

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MPharm (Pharmaceutical Product Development) Program Aims & Outcomes

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The program is intended the graduates to:

  • To equip students with versatile skills in the theoretical understanding, practical execution and critical evaluation of pharmaceutical science principles to underpin their professional careers.
  • To provide with practical and hands-on skills applicable to the development of stable pharmaceutical formulations.
  • To develop within the context of Pharmaceutical formulation development, a comprehensive understanding of communication, research and scientific method;
  • To provide learning opportunities to enable to think critically and to further develop as an autonomous and lifelong learner;
  • To plan and execute major research project. 
  • To enable students to develop knowledge and a range of interpersonal, transferable and employability skills.

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes of MPharm (Pharmaceutical Product Development) are specifically aligned with the Level 9 of the Qualifications Framework for the UAE approved by The Board of the National Qualifications Authority (NQA) known as the QFEmirates

Program Outcomes Learning/Teaching Methods Methods of Assessment
A. Knowledge: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
A1. Demonstrates specialist and comprehensive pharmaceutical Lectures, Written &  knowledge in development and evaluation of pharmaceutical tutorials, office    Oral exams.   formulations.    hours, seminars    OSCE
A2. Comprehend the ethical, legal and quality principles of            Case   professional practice in the field of specialization.            Presentations
Lectures,         tutorials,  office hours, seminars Written & Oral exams.     OSCE  Case Presentations
B. Skills: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
B1. Evaluate physicochemical and pharmacokinetics aspects in stable pharmaceutical product development.
B2. Critically evaluates the available literature in the field of pharmaceutical formulation development.
B3. Demonstrate effective project management skills.
B4. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and deploy a range of presentation techniques and strategies to present, explain and critique information within workplace settings.
PBL, Labs, Research project    & Dissertation, Assignments, Seminars, Demonstration PBL, Assignments, Lab reports, Presentations, Dissertation evaluation & defense
C. Competences: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
Autonomy and responsibility
C1.Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving problems, and act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks at a professional or equivalent levelthrough executing major research project.     C2. Demonstrates ability to use skills to make decisions in complex situations where there are several factors that require analysis,interpretation and comparison.
Role in context
C3.Deal with complex issues both systematically and creatively, make sound judgments in the absence of complete data, and communicate their conclusions clearly to specialist and non- specialist audiences
C4.Undertake major formulation development project dealing with related ethical, quality, regulatory, intellectual property and stability related issues.
Self development
C5.Practice self and continuing professional learning through reference books, published data, scientific  publications and websites and attendance of seminars, workshop and conferences.
C6.Utilize and contribute to the available scientific literature in the field of pharmaceutical formulation development.
PBL, Clerkships, Research project, Assignments, Case studies, seminars, Demonstrations Assignments Lab reports    Problem    based learning Presentations Research Project Dissertation evaluation & defense
 
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MPharm (Pharmaceutical Product Development) Program Details

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Program Title: Master of Pharmacy with specialization in Pharmaceutical Product Development
Program Duration: 2 years
Teaching Institution: Dubai Pharmacy College, Dubai, UAE
Date of (i) Program Specification Preparation: 3rdMarch 2013 (ii) revision: 15thMay 2013
Department(s) Responsible: Department of Pharmaceutics
Delivery Site: Dubai Pharmacy College
Coordinator: Prof. Aliasgar Shahiwala, Professor, Dept of Pharmaceutics
 
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CP901: CLINICAL PHARMACY PRACTICE (2 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig
This course introduces to the concepts of what is required from a pharmacist in relation to interpersonal skills and asks the student to reflect upon the pharmacist’s responsibility to care for patients and to respect patients’ needs and beliefs. Legal and ethical issues are also discussed; prescriptions interpreted and clinical checks made, while highlighting the need for continual professional development. Government interventions, wider public health issues, and the awareness of guidelines are also studied to reflect the changes which occur in drug development and disease management.
 
CP905: PHARMACOVIGILANCE (1 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig
This course covers the principles of Pharmacovigilance methodology, reporting of adverse drug reactions, identifying the sources and documentation of Individual Case Safety Reports (ICSRs), medical dictionary (MedDRA) and Medical aspects in Pharmacovigilance, safety monitoring in Clinical Trials and signal detection.
 
CP903: CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS (2 CH, First Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Aliasgar Shahiwala
This course is designed to provide students with various important aspects of basic concepts & principles of pharmacokinetics with special emphasis on clinical applications. Principles of clinical pharmacokinetics will be thoroughly covered with special emphasis on pharmacokinetic variability, therapeutic drug monitoring, individualization of drug therapy, kinetics of drug interaction and pharmacokinetic approach to new drug discovery.
 
CP904-1: PHARMACOTHERAPY I (3+1 CH, First Semester) Course Coordinator: Dr. Juliana F Roos
This course covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentations, pharmacology of drug classes used for disease management(pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamics, drug/drug interactions, dosage calculations, adverse effects), treatment algorithm, goals of therapy and patient education) of: 1) Cardiovascular disorders 2) Endocrine disorders 3) Gastroenterology disorders
 
CP904-2: PHARMACOTHERAPY II (3+1 CH, Second Semester)
Course Coordinator: Dr. Juliana Ross
This course covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentations, pharmacology of drug classes used for disease management (pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamics, drug/drug interactions, dosage calculations, adverse effects), treatment algorithm, goals of therapy and patient education) of infections, oncology, Hematology disorders, Renal disorders, and Respiratory disorders.
 
CP904-3: PHARMACOTHERAPY III (2 CH, Second Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig
This course covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentations, pharmacotherapy of drug classes used for disease management (pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamics, drug/drug interactions, dosage calculations, adverse effects), treatment algorithm, goals of therapy and patient education) of Rheumatology, Immunology disorders, Neurology disorders, Psychiatric disorders, and dermatovenerology and also expose the students to current epidemics.
 
CP905: PHARMACOECONOMICS (1 CH, Second Semester) Course Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig
This course covers the introduction of pharamcoeconomics, need and practice of pharmacoeconomic analyses in drug management, basic types of pharmacoeconomic analyses, drug utilization studies. This course also covers the description of measuring quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) and analysis of costs.
 
CP906: CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY-I (2 CH, Second Semester,
Course Coordinator: Dr. Rawoof Khan
The course covers the advanced understanding of various Special aspects topics which deals with Immunosuppressive Agents, clinical uses of Immunosuppressive Drugs, Immunologic Reactions to Drugs & Drug Allergy. Diagnosis and staging of cancer is also covered with a special aspects on cancer chemotherapy. This course also includes study of advanced concepts in prenatal, pediatric and geriatric pharmacology. During the course, students will learn to make selected clinical decisions regarding using current, reliable sources of information, understanding of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, developmental physiologic considerations, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of drugs and the management of poisoned patients.
 
CP905: CLINICAL RESEARCH AND BIOSTATISTICS (2 CH, Second Semester)
Course Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig
This course is the integration of epidemiological and biostatistical techniques with an emphasis on applications to clinical research (including study design, bias and confounding, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, sample size calculations, and introduction to parametric and nonparametric test). Students will gain practical skills in developing a research project and in carrying out data analyses.
 
Clinical Clerkships (14 CH, Third & Fourth Semester)
Clinical clerkship is for 14 weeks each during third and fourth semester, during which students will be assigned primarily to clinical rotations in different hospital departments of Dubai Health Authority approved facilities. Each student’s experience will include total four weeks each on Internal medicine, Infectious diseases, Pediatric care, Intensive Care, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and a two week blocks on two of the following Selection:
  • Psychiatry
  • Drug Information Service
  • Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
  • Total Parenteral Nutrition
 
Research Project & Dissertation (6 CH, Third (3CH) & Fourth (3CH) Semester)
This is one year long hospital based research project conducted by the students under the supervision of DPC faculty. Each student is responsible for developing and performing their own research project. Students are encouraged to work with others in the hospital, but they must make an active and significant contribution to the project. Students develop technical writing and oral presentation skills by writing a final report on their project, and by defending their work in a final presentation before experts.

 
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MPharm (Clinical Pharmacy) Program Aims & Outcomes

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The program is intended to:

  • Produce clinical pharmacists capable of providing specialized pharmaceutical services in hospital and other clinical environments.
  • Choose various specialized areas by the graduates to become a Pharmacotherapy specialist, based upon their area of interest during their clerkships in hospital.
  • Produce confident and knowledgeable pharmacists to work with other health care professionals.
  • To enhance the pharmacists' role as a member of the healthcare team by improving their communication, managerial, clinical and research skills.
  • To provide a pathway towards academia as a career.
  • To provide learning opportunities to enable to think critically and to further develop as an autonomous and lifelong learner

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes of MPharm (Clinical Pharmacy) program are specifically aligned with the Level 9 of the Qualifications Framework for the UAE approved by The Board of the National Qualifications Authority (NQA) known as the QFEmirates.

                   
Program OutcomesLearning/Teaching MethodsMethods of Assessment
A. Knowledge: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
A1. Demonstrate specialist and comprehensive knowledge required in providing specialized Clinical services required in hospitals and other clinical environments.
A2. Comprehend the ethical, legal and quality principles of professional practice in clinical pharmacy practice.
Lectures,         tutorials,  office hours, seminarsWritten & Oral exams.     OSCE  Case Presentations
B. Skills: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
B1. Identify, analyze, deploy and utilize appropriate information in clinical case discussion and evaluate the pharmaceutical care required for the case.
B2. Critically evaluate the available literature in the field of clinical pharmacy for the evidence based medicine.
B3. Demonstrate effective project management skills.
B4. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and deploy a range of presentation techniques and strategies to present, explain and critique information within workplace settings.
PBL, Clerkships, Research project, Assignments,Case studies, seminars,DemonstrationsOSCE Assignments Case presentations Problem based learning Presentations Dissertation evaluation & defense
C. Competences: On completion of the M. Pharm. program, the graduates will be able to:
Autonomy and responsibility
C1. Demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving problems, and act autonomously  in  planning  and implementing tasks at a professional or equivalent level through clerkship and research project.
C2. Demonstrate ability to use skills to make decisions incomplex situations where there are several factors that requireanalysis, interpretation and comparison.
 Self development       
C3.
Practice self and continuing professional learning through reference books, published data, scientific publications and websites and attendance of seminars, workshop and conferences.  
C4. Utilize and contribute to the available scientific literature inthe field of clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice.
 Role in context
C5. Deal with complex issues both systematically and creatively, make sound judgments in the absence of complete data, and communicate their conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences
C6. Interact with professional colleagues and demonstrate team-working and leadership abilities in various professional contexts.
PBL, Clerkships,             Research project, Assignments, Case studies, seminars, DemonstrationsOSCE Assignments Case presentations Problem based learning Presentations Dissertation evaluation & defense
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Program Title: Master of Pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy)
Program Duration: 2 years
Teaching Institution: Dubai Pharmacy College, Dubai, UAE
Department(s) Responsible: Department of Clinical pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
Delivery Site: Dubai Pharmacy College/Dubai health authority approved clinical facilities.
Coordinator: Prof. Mirza Baig, Dept of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Practice
 

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B.Pharm Professional Practice Experience

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Introduction
The aim of this procedure is to make sure that the students of DPC get adequate experience in various pharmacy practice settings such as, Community Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical Industries and Hospitals, in order to achieve mission of the College. 

 Professional Practice Experience (PPE) in pharmacy education is rapidly gaining recognition as it enriches undergraduate curriculum and bridges theory to application. 

 This procedure applies to all the fourth year students, Student's Professional Practice Experience Unit, comprising of a Head, Members, Administrative Staff and the Staff in Community, Pharmaceutical Industry and various Hospitals who are responsible for the implementation of this procedure.

Definitions

 

PPE001:

 Introductory Professional Practice Experience in Community for 200 hours during summer vacations in second and third year of B. Pharm. 
 

PPE002:

   Professional Practice Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry for 100 hours during fourth year of B. Pharm. 
 

PPE003:

 Professional Practice Experience in Hospitals for 600 hours during fourth year of B. Pharm. 
 

Logbook:

Supplied by the College to the students, which is an instructional manual with queries regarding Professional Practice Experience in different pharmacy practice settings. 
 

Process

 As the pharmacy profession has moved from the traditional product to patient orientation, curricula within the schools and colleges of pharmacy have evolved to introduce more experiential course work to foster this patient orientation. This change has been supported by the philosophy of pharmaceutical care that encourages pharmacists to assume a patient advocacy role in optimizing a patient's drug therapy while minimizing the adverse effects of the medication. 
 The role of experiential education is to hasten and enhance the development of the student's ability to provide pharmaceutical care. 
 Professional  Practice Experience, being an integral part of DPC education program, has been  given more emphasis to improve its implementation  in the present curriculum and the number of  hours have been rescheduled  to 900 to be distributed as follows: 

  1. Professional Practice Experience (PPE 001) in Community Pharmacy for not less than 200 hrs.  
  2. Professional  Practice Experience (PPE 002) in   Pharmaceutical Industry for not less  than 100hrs (2 credit hours) 
  3. Professional Practice Experience (PPE 003) in Hospitals for not less than 600hrs (12 credit hours).

Professional Practice Experience Test (PPET)  

After the  completion of PPE, students will be evaluated with structured evaluation  checklists and oral examinations for PPE 01 and PPE 03, and written test for  PPE 02 in coordination with the training staffs. It will be useful to assess  their knowledge and training outcomes taking into consideration the  accomplishment of output of the training goals.

Evaluation of PPE
At the end of each of  PPE001, PPE002 & PPE003 the students must answer a questionnaire. College  Supervisor will collect these questionnaires and co-ordinate the results. The  results of this study will be discussed in the College Academic Council Meeting  and the Advisory Committee for any improvements in Professional Practice in  Community, Hospitals and Pharmaceutical Industry, if considered necessary.

Logbooks
  • Each  student will be provided with a Logbook at the start of each PPE.
  • The  main objective of the Logbook is to achieve the goals of PPE. 
  • Logbook  is a manual designed by Dubai Pharmacy College, which is to be filled by the student  during Professional Practice. 
  • Every  Student should have her own “Log Book” to write down daily activities, during  the PPE. 
  • College  Supervisor will provide the student with the procedure for filling the Logbook. 
  • The  student should submit the Logbook to the College supervisor at the end of her  Professional Practice.

Student's Responsibility:
The student must be informed before each PPE about her responsibilities which are as follows:  

  1. She must exhibit a professional appearance in manner and dress  and adhere at all times to the standards of dress behavior. 
  2. She must wear her name badge at all time during PPE. 
  3. She must regard all information and activities relating to  the pharmacy, the medical community and customers to be confidential and, under  no circumstances will such knowledge be revealed to anyone. 
  4. She must keep in mind that the primary aim of PPE is  learning. Learning is not a passive process, but requires a continuous, active  commitment. 
  5. She should recognize that the best learning environment is  one that fosters mutual respect and courtesy between the trainee and preceptor. 
  6. She should never question the advice or directions of the  preceptor in public, personnel, but rather accept it as a means of learning.  
  7. She should never be hesitant to admit that something is not  known to her and should seek help whenever needed. 
  8. She should be aware of all laws and rules which govern her  practice, and should seek clarification of any points which are not clear.  
  9. If she is regularly asked to violate laws or has knowledge  that the pharmacy where she is employed violates such laws, she should  immediately report and ask for change of PPE site or the preceptor. She shall  report within five days after the end of each PPE to PPE Coordinator.

I) Professional Practice Experience in Community Pharmacy (Introductory PPE 001)

It  is taken by the students in one or more Community Pharmacies selected by PPE  coordinator during yearly summer vacations in the second and third years of B.  Pharm. under course heading PPE001.

Introductory  practice experiences are intended to introduce the student to pharmaceutical  care. Service learning and shadowing are two types of experiences that  accomplish this goal.

Service  learning allows students to participate in service projects that meet the needs  of the community, foster a sense of caring for others, and lead to student  learning through communication and professionalism. Therefore, there are  reciprocal benefits for both the community and pharmacy students. The  development of caring relationships during service learning prepares students  for establishing conventional patient caring relationships.

Shadowing,  another type of introductory practice experience, involves the student in  observing practitioners conducting pharmaceutical services in the community  pharmacy.

Regular  visits, at least once, will be done by the faculty member of DPC to monitor the  students training and have discussions with preceptors and students

Learning  Outcomes

On completion of the of Introductory Professional Practice Experience in  one or more Community Pharmacies, the students will be able to

LO1 Identify main  pharmacy locations and distribution of medicines in community pharmacy.
LO2 Distinguish the prescription and non-prescription medications and pharmaceutical products available in the market.
LO3 Recognize the minor to moderate medical cases that can be managed by the pharmacist.
LO4 Recognize the standard information required in a prescription.
LO5 Review the prescription for proper product selection, proper dose, proper frequency, proper duration, drug interaction, drug disease interaction to ensure effective, safe and economic patient care.
LO6 Apply calculations required for compounding, dispensing and administering medications with proper conversions between metric, and apothecary system of weights and measures.
LO7 Practice proper prescription checking, pricing, preparing, and labelling.
LO8 Apply, modify or recommend modifications in prescriptions to ensure effective, safe and economical patient care.
LO9 Resolve prescription problems.
LO10 Record prescription using files and / or computer.
LO11 Identify policy to inventory control (including purchase of medicines, expired medications and return of patients to suppliers).
LO12 Recognise good storage practice in Community pharmacy.
LO13 Apply IT skills for gaining professional information and literature.
LO14 Communicate with Health professionals for effective resolution of drug related problems.
LO15 Communicate with preceptors for reviewing cases, diseases or drugs.
LO16 Operate the professional experience in patient counseling and monitoring.
LO17 Communicate with patients for taking patient history, selecting, recommending self therapy or OTC drugs.
LO18 Develop the concepts for rational use of different pharmaceutical dosage forms.

Supervision of PPE001
Introductory  PPE is carried out under the supervision of the College supervisor  (Member of Student Professional Practice  Experience Unit) and a preceptor at PPE site who plays positive role model for  students and who possess the following characteristics.

Preceptor's characteristics
The Preceptor or the Pharmacist should:

  1. Have minimum of one  year of professional experience.
  2. Be involved in  professional organizations.
  3. Be competent in the  area of practice.
  4. Take personal  responsibility for patient outcomes.
  5. Utilize clinical  and scientific knowledge in clinical care decision – making.
  6. Demonstrate the  ability of having latest scientific knowledge in Pharmaceutical field.
  7. Demonstrate a  desire and an aptitude for teaching.
  8. Demonstrate the  ability to assess and document student performance.
  9. Practice continuous  professional development and collaborate with other healthcare professionals as  a member of a team.
  10. Demonstrate a  commitment to his/ her organization, professional society and community.

Role of Preceptor

  1. To train the students as per the objectives of PPE.
  2. To evaluate students for their performance during PPE in  developing and demonstrating the explicit skills mentioned for each PPE.
  3. To ensure the recording of all data in the log book.
  4. To supply the College supervisor a certificate indicating PPE  completion of the student in the pharmacy.
  5. To report to the College  supervisor after completion of PPE.

Steps for Introductory PPE 001

  1. PPE co-ordinator asks all students to suggest at least two  community pharmacies of their choice with the name and qualification of the  pharmacists working in these pharmacies. 
  2. The coordinator collects all the students before PPE and  gives them the Log Book. 
  3. PPE coordinator explains the objectives of PPE001 and  student’s responsibility during PPE and also provide information to each  student about the selected preceptor. 
  4. Each student receives a letter signed by PPE001 coordinator  and the Dean for the preceptor which has the starting date and completion date  of PPE.  
  5.  
  6. After completion of PPE001 the Coordinator receives  Preceptor's reports and Evaluation sheets and send them to Evaluation and  Examination Unit.

Evaluation of students receiving PPE 001
Total marks for evaluation of PPE001 are 100, which are distributed as:
       
S.No. Particulars Marks Allotted
1. Practical Performance (*) 50
2. Log  book submission 20
3. Attitude 5
4. Attendance 5
5.Oral exam20
  Total
Note:
the student should achieve at least 70% marks  to be considered mandatory pass in PPE001
100
(*) Practical performance includes the following :-
Distribution of Medication in CP (Community Pharmacy)
   Storage in CP
   Purchasing Methods in CP
   Dispensing of Prescriptions
   Calculation and preparation of  Prescriptions
   Dealing with Expired Medicines in CP
   Preceptor and Physician Interaction
   Dealing with OTC
Dispensing of Controlled Drugs in CP
(**) Logbooks
        Each student will be provided with a Logbook at the start of each PPE.
        The main objective of the Logbook is to achieve the goals of PPE.
        Logbook is a manual designed by Dubai Pharmacy College, which is to be filled by the student during Professional Practice.
        Every Student should have her own "Log Book" to write down daily activities, during the PPE.
        College Supervisor will provide the student with the procedure for filling the Logbook.
        The student should submit the Logbook to the College supervisor at the end of her  Professional Practice.
    


II) Professional Practice Experience in Pharmaceutical Industry (PPE 002)

It is taken by the students during the second semester of B. Pharm. 4th year in Drug manufacturing industries of U.A.E., which should meet the following requirements:
  1. Should apply GMP. 
  2. Should have manufacturing capacity of all types of pharmaceutical products, a well-developed R & D. section, a good Quality Control department and well-arranged storage facilities. 
  3. Should have a licensed MOH Pharmacist in Production and Quality Control department. 
  4. Should be functional and operative.

Learning  objectives of the Professional Practice in Pharmaceutical Industry are
LO1 Identify the design and set up of a Pharmaceutical Industry.
LO2 Identify the design and set up of a Pharmaceutical Industry.
LO3 Identify basics in Good Manufacturing Practice.
LO4 Organize purchase and analysis of the raw materials used in the  manufacturing of different pharmaceutical products.
LO5 Show experience in various Production Units involved in the manufacturing of solid, liquid, semisolid, and sterile dosage forms, etc.
LO6 Identify the packaging and storage of manufactured pharmaceutical  products
LO7 Show knowledge about quality control, quality assurance and validation  of manufactured pharmaceutical products.
LO8 Show an experience of working in quality control laboratories having  sophisticated instruments like HPLC, GC, and Mass Spectrophotometer etc.
LO9 Describe the product and development work going on in R & D labs of  the Industry.

Supervisors for Professional Practice in Pharmaceutical Industry
Professional Practice in the Pharmaceutical Industry is monitored under supervision of:

  1. College  Supervisor: one of  the members of Students Professional Practice Experience Unit.
  2. Industry Supervisor: in the drug manufacturing  industry.

Responsibilities of Industrial PPE Supervisors

a. College Supervisor
  1. To prepare a list of students eligible for Professional Practice.
  2. To send the list of students to the Industry Supervisor.
  3. To co-ordinate with the Industry Supervisor for:
    • Student’s transportation from  College and hostels to Industry and back.
    • Monitoring the Professional Practice  program.
    • Solving any problem hindering proper  Professional Practice.
  4. To  prepare a monthly report about Professional Practice of students for review by  the College Academic Council.
  5. To  evaluate students PPE depending on professional reports supplied by them.
b. Industry Supervisor:
  1. To receive a list of students sponsored for Professional Practice.
  2. Send a list of enrolled students to the College Supervisor.
  3. To prepare a Professional Practice program meeting the following requirements,
    • To identify the Units in the Industry where Professional Practice will take place as per the prescribed schedule
    • To identify the person responsible for marking the attendance of students during Professional Practice.
    • To determine the mode of Professional Practice and appoint the person responsible for monitoring the program.
    • Fulfillment of 100 hours Professional Practice in the Industry.
    • To give each student a copy of Professional Practice program.
  4. To submit a report to the College Supervisor about the students' attendance
  5. To submit a report on students assessment to the College Supervisor at the end of Professional Practice in Pharmaceutical Industry.
Evaluation of students receiving Industrial PPE 002Total marks for evaluation of Industrial PPE002 are 50, which are distributed as:

S.No. Particulars Marks Allotted
1. Experience of stores for raw materials and finished products 05
2. Production for solid, semi solid, liquid and sterile dosage form. 05
3. Quality control and Quality assurance 05
4. Attendance 05
5. Professional  report supplied about student 10
6. Written  test 20
  Total 50

III) Professional Practice in Hospitals (Advanced PPE 003)

It is taken by students in 2nd semester of B.Pharm. 4th year and under course heading PPE003. Hospital training is taken in different hospitals of Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and primary health care centers. The hospitals are selected by the PPE Coordinator and it should meet the following requirements:

  1. Ministry of Health, U.A.E. or, Dubai should have approved the hospital.
  2. Pharmacy in the hospital should also be approved by Ministry of Health and Department of Health.
  3. The hospital pharmacy should have at least five licensed (MOH / DOHMS) pharmacists under its employment.
  4. All activities related to patients, drugs and dispensing in the pharmacy must be computerized.
Learning Outcomes of Advance Professional Practice Experience (PPE003)LO1 Identify basic steps of proper outpatient, inpatient care and proper medication processing according to current standards of care unique to hospitals and health care systems.
LO2 Evaluate prescription drug order for completeness, accuracy of dosing, route of administration, drug-drug interaction and drug-disease interaction.
LO3 Apply calculations required for compounding, dispensing and administering medications with proper conversions between metric, and apothecary system of weights and measures.
LO4 Practice proper prescription checking, pricing, preparing, labelling, and storage.
LO5 Identify all functions of dispensing and labelling modules in electronic pharmacy system.
LO6 Apply guidelines and standards of practice for preparation, storage, in process quality control, and administration of sterile dosage forms and parenteral nutrition products in various pharmacy practice settings.
LO7 Resolve prescription problems regarding questionable or unclear medication orders and explain any medication errors such as missed doses, incorrect doses, or incorrect drugs.
LO8 Detect and report medication errors, adverse drug reactions and drug interactions.
LO9 Recognize Drug distribution systems and policy of dispensing special orders in hospitals: Out-patient and in-patient dispensing.
LO10 Analyze and resolve problems associated with patient drug therapy.
LO11 Recognize hospital guidelines and policy for ordering, recording and dispensing narcotics in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
LO12 Recognize hospital guidelines and policy for proper inventory control .
LO13 Communicate effectively with patients and provide proper patient counselling with appropriate terminology .
LO14 Establish a prospective therapeutic management plan that includes therapeutic endpoints, monitoring parameters, individualization of dosages, and patient counselling.
LO15 Assess patient medication needs on discharge solving the problems such as drug and dosage discrepancies, where prescriptions should be filled, and when prescriptions are needed
LO16 Communicate effectively with other members of the health care team on topics such as therapeutics, drug information, policies and procedures, and patient planning needs.

Student activities during the round

  1. Review patient medication therapy regularly before rounds in terms of indication, dosage, route, duration, efficacy and toxicity.
  2. Obtain information to update and correct the medication profile.
  3. Formulate and documents a list of problems for new or existing patients seen by the service. The list should focus on disease, drug, or socioeconomic factors.
  4. Attend work rounds on a consistent basis and communicate to other on rounds the following information:
    • Patient's current medication use.
    • Observed subjective or objective signs of efficacy or toxicity.
    • Drug distribution problems (non-formulary status or medication not ordered for a newly admitted patient)
    • Prospective therapeutic management plans for patient problems (i.e., change of therapy, discontinuance of medication, change of pain medication, use of prophylactic antibiotics, and identification of therapeutic alternatives).
  5. Attend work rounds and gather the following information:
    • Subjective and objective data for monitoring a patient's medication therapy.
    • Changes in patient status (condition improved or worsened), discharge date, surgery, diagnostic procedures and results of procedures.
    • Changes in nondrug therapy (i.e., dietary changes, socioeconomic conditions, or physical therapy.
    • Patient's understanding of medication, name strength and expected benefits and toxicities.
    • Projected discharge needs including any special counseling.
  6. Communicate developments to the unit pharmacist if he or she is unable to attend all or part of rounds
  7. At the end of the day, the students and their supervisors can have a lecture regarding the cases they faced during the daily round to discuss any modification or to clarify any doubt.


  Evaluation of student's performance:
Preceptor  from Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC) will be guiding the students throughout their  training. Weekly visit will be done by the faculty member of DPC to monitor the  students training and have discussions with preceptors and students separately.  During a rotation, the preceptor will assess the student's performance and  provide feedback about the strengths and areas for improvement. The preceptors  will make these assessments using evaluation forms and performance criteria  that are based on goals and objectives out lined in the rotation syllabus or  manual. Therefore, before the rotation begins, the preceptor and the student  should meet and review the rotation goals and objectives, students’ performance  expectations and criteria to measure performance.

The  rotation goals and objectives are statements that communicate the level of  performance and activity of the students which are expected from them to  demonstrate. Typically, rotation goals and objectives communicate that the  students is expected to provide patient care successfully in the clinical  setting.

This figure describes four levels of ability that a student must achieve  to provide patient care. The lowest level of this triangle is "knows"  this tier infers that a student can recall knowledge gained during classroom  courses and the rotations. Goals and objectives describing this level will be  statement such as "The student can describe symptoms, pathophysiology,  laboratory tests, physical examination, prognosis and diagnosis of acute and  chronic diseases. The other verbs that could be used in this statement to  describe how to use the knowledge gained during class rooms

Evaluation of students receiving PPE003
Total marks for evaluation of PPE003 are 200, which are distributed as:

               
S.No. Particulars Marks Allotted
1. Out - patient Internship 35
2. In - patient internship. 35
3. Floor Stock Supply and Inspection 25
4. I.V admixtures / TPN services and chemotherapeutic admixtures. 25
5. Patient care rounds including 25
6. Patient counseling including20
7. Attitude 10
8. Attendance10
9.Oral  exam15
  Total 200

Overall Evaluation of PPE

   
S.No. Particulars Marks Allotted
1. Introductory PPE001100
2. Industrial PPE002 50
3. Advanced PPE003 200
  Total 350
 

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B.Pharm Examination Grading & Assessment

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Course Assessment

Each course is assessed as outlined in the course description form and can be further discussed with the course coordinator.
The College will follow mainly two basic measures to assess student's learning such as formative and summative which includes,

  • Assignments.  
  • Seminars   
  • Problem Based Learning (PBL).   
  • Theory, Oral and Practical examinations 
  • Preceptors' grading and assessment.   
  • External reviewers' reports.
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Examination Schedule:

The students shall take their exams as per the schedule fixed by the College in the light of the following rules and regulations:The students shall take their exams as per the schedule fixed by the College in the light of the following rules and regulations. Final exams will be held at the end of the semesters (Fall and Spring), on completion of the prescribed syllabus.

Re-sit Exams:

  • Re-sit exams for all the subjects considered necessary shall be held at the end of second semester within a week after the declaration of the examination results.
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  • Not more than one re-sit exam for any subject shall be allowed within one academic year.

Course Grading System:

Students are assigned grades (letters) for each course in which they have enrolled. The letter reflects the student's achievement in the course. The minimum grade for passing a course is letter (D) and grades are written in letters according to the following table:


Range of Marks Grade Point    For BPharm
EvaluationGrade Symbol
95- 1004 Outstanding A+
90 – 94.99 3.75 Excellent A  
85 – 89.993.50Very GoodB+
80 – 84.993.00GoodB  
75 – 79.992.50 Satisfactory C+
70 – 74.992.00 Pass C  
65 – 69.99 1.5 Unsatisfactory D+
60 – 64.991.0 UnsatisfactoryD  
Below 65FailedFailedF  
Administrative Codes
IncompleteI
WithdrawW

Computation of the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) and Grade Point Average (GPA) 

  • The GPA is calculated by multiplying the grade of each course by the number of its credit hours and dividing the total by the number of total credit hours taken in a semester. 
  • The CGPA is calculated by multiplying the grade of each course by the number of it's credit hours and dividing the total of all courses by the number of total credit hours taken for all semesters. 
  • By contrast, the GPA is the average of grade points of all courses in one semester, whether she passed or failed the course. 
  • As mentioned earlier, the CGPA is the average of grade points of all courses in all semesters. 
  • Both GPA and CGPA are rounded to the nearest decimal units. GPA and CGPA are calculated according to the following formula       
GPA = Total (credit hours per course x grades received  per course) for all courses taken in one semester
Total credit hours for all courses taken in one semester
CGPA =Total (credit hours per course x grades received per course) for all the courses taken in all semesters
Total credit hours for all the courses  taken in all semesters


   
GPA / CGPAB. Pharm
Evaluation
3.75 - 4.00 Outstanding
3.74 - 3.60 Excellent
3.00 - 3.59Very Good
2.50 - 2.99Good
2.00 - 2.49 Satisfactory
Less than 2.00Unsatisfactory

Incomplete Grades

  1. A student who is unable to attend the final exam of any course because of extenuating circumstances such as serious illness, accident or death of a family member during the final examination period seeks an incomplete grade "I" for the course.  
  2. Grade "I" is granted to the student if the average marks of the course work is not less than 60%.
  3. Requests for an "I" grade is made on a form available from Dean's office  
  4. Unless otherwise stated on the form, the work required to remove an "I" grade is to be completed no later than the end of the second week of the next semester in which the student registers at the university, otherwise a grade of "F" is recorded.  
  5. (For Credit System students only) after the two week add/drop period, and up to the end of the 10th week of a semester, students may choose to withdraw from a course without academic penalty; however, a grade of "W" will appear on the student's transcript.
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B.Pharm Course Description

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Course Description for the BPharm Program

PN701 Organic Chemistry- I

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: BS

This course describes the basics of organic chemistry as atomic structure, orbital theory, hybridization, bond characteristics and chemical bonding. This course also describes the role of electronegativity on the polarity of chemical bonding, resonance effect, isomerism, and nomenclature of organic compounds.

MC701 Anatomy and Physiology I

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: BBS

The course offers a comprehensive knowledge of the structure and function of the human cell, integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. The information offered by the course forms the foundations for further understanding of pharmacology, pathology, pathophysiology, and medicine. It gives the student an opportunity to develop into an independent learner and researcher.

GE701 Mathematics

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: GE

The course will introduce basic mathematical concepts and calculations which are required for the subsequent studies of pharmaceutical and clinical calculations.

GE702 English Language and Study Skills

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: GE

This course is designed to enable the students to achieve oral and written communication skills. The course integrates the language skills with emphasis on writing, and it stimulates students’ imagination, and promotes self-expression. Students in this course are trained to apply critical thinking skills to a wide range of challenging subjects from diverse range of topics focusing on healthcare related issues. Course activities include writing various types of academic genre, acquiring vocabulary, and getting involved in group discussions and debates. The course is taught paying attention to small groups and individuals. Students, in this course, are assessed by using diverse tools, such as class presentations, assignments and final exams.

MC702 Medical Terminology

Credit Hours: 1+0

Domain: BBS

Medical terminology is the study of the principles of medical word building to help the student develop the extensive medical vocabulary used in health care occupations. Students receive a thorough grounding in basic medical terminology through a study of root words, prefixes and suffixes. The study focuses on correct pronunciation, spelling, abbreviations and use of medical terms.

GE703 General Psychology

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: GE

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of the basic fundamentals in Psychology. The content of each session is driven by a set of student-centered learning objectives and targeted feedback.

GE704 Islamic Studies

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: GE

The aim of this Islamic Fiqh course is to give the students a comprehensive understanding of the phenomena mentioned in the Holy Qur’an: Revelation and in prophet Mohamed Hadith and sunnah which have been proved and supported by scientists using advanced technology. Explaining to the students what is created in nature are signs to strengthen their faith in their great Lord as which will be reflected in their lives as true Muslims.

CP701 Orientation to Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 1+0

Domain: CS

The goal of the course is to give students an understanding of the principles of human genetics and genomics as they apply to improving the problems in drug therapy optimization and patient care, thus providing basic understanding of discipline of pharmacogenomics. The genetic basis of variability in drug response can contribute to drug efficacy and toxicity, adverse drug reactions and drug-drug interaction. As such, pharmacists need a thorough understanding of the genetic component of patient variability to deliver effective individualized pharmaceutical care.

PN702 Organic Chemistry- II

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: BS

This course describes the structural configuration, physical properties, preparation methods, and chemical reactions/reaction mechanism of aliphatic, aromatic hydrocarbon, substituted hydrocarbons, polynuclear hydrocarbons, esters, ethers, thioethers, alcohols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes, ketones, amines, diazonium salts and heterocyclic compounds.

Laboratories include identification of functional groups of different organic molecules and preparation of few selected organic compounds.

PC701 Physical Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

The course provides the basic understanding of physicochemical principles of dispersion systems (molecular, colloidal and coarse dispersions) such as pH, rheology, surface and interfacial phenomena. Furthermore chemical stability of drugs and drugs solubility, dissolution and  are also discussed.

MC703 Anatomy and Physiology-II

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: BBS

The course offer a comprehensive knowledge of the structure and function of the digestive, blood, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal system, endocrine and reproductive systems. The information offered by the course forms the foundations for further understanding of pharmacology, pathology, pathophysiology, and medicine. It gives the student an opportunity to develop into an independent learner and researcher.

PN703 Natural Products-I

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

Natural products is a specific discipline taught only at pharmaceutical faculties deals with the versatile studies of drugs and auxiliary substances of biological origin (plant and animal products) used in human and veterinary medicine.

The aim of this course is to provide the students information about the taxonomic classification of the medicinal plants, the part/s used and the morphological and the histological characters of the different plants organs. Also, the student should be aware with the identification of the drugs, in the whole state and in powdered condition. Suitable examples of different medicinal plants organs. Botanical origin, pharmacological uses, folkloric use, contraindication, side effects and chemical tests for each medicinal plant will be also explained to the students. 

PC702 Pharmaceutical Calculations

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: PS

This course aims to provide students with an introductory knowledge in pharmaceutical calculations including medical prescription, systems of measurements, Roman numerals and Latin abbreviations, dose calculation according to the patient’s age, body weight and body surface area, calculation of the ratio and proportion, percentage preparations, PPM and units conversion. In addition to dilution and concentration of pharmaceutical preparations, reducing and enlarging formulas, alligation of semisolids and reconstitution of powdered dosage forms.

PN704 Analytical  Chemistry

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: BS

This course describes the classical analytical chemistry techniques. Topics covered in this course include the statistical evaluation of data, stoichiometry, gravimetric and titrimetric methods of analysis, acid-base chemistry involves in titration, complexation titration, and redox titration.

Laboratory includes practical examples of the methods covered in this course.

GE706 History of Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: GE

This course aims to introduce students to the roots and historical development of pharmacy and the important contributions of the ancient people and cultures to the evolution of the profession. Moreover, an important aspect of this course will be discussions concerning the development of critical therapeutic agents that revolutionized the treatment of diseases and how these discoveries affected the pharmacy profession. The student will also be exposed to developmental stages of pharmacy education worldwide and discuss the important factors and events that shaped the profession of pharmacy in Gulf countries particularly in the UAE.

PT701 Fundamentals of Pharmacology

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS

The course provides knowledge of basic principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of medications and their therapeutic application. An in-depth discussion of concepts of importance in pharmacology is emphasized. The principles of the autonomic nervous system and drugs acting on it are discussed. Autacoids and anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs & Corticosteroids) are also covered. The course will be taught concurrently with Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry-I and Biochemistry-I courses to offer the maximum benefit of integrated knowledge.

PN705 Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry -I

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: PS

Medicinal chemistry is the application of chemistry in the context of human medicine. This course describes the physiochemical and stereo-chemical aspects of drug action, chemistry of drug and structure activity relationship of several classes of drugs that affecting cholinergic and adrenergic neurotransmission, and stimulating central nervous system. In this course student will gain knowledge about how the structure of a drug relates to its activity and metabolism. Students will also gain knowledge about drug designing, synthesis and analysis of different classes of medicinal agents.

PN706 Natural Products-II

Credit Hours: 3+0

Domain: PS

Natural Products II course provides the students international guidelines for assessing the quality of natural products according to WHO. It also provides information about the scientific progress in the field of biosynthesis and tissue culture for the production of secondary metabolites of medicinal importance. It demonstrates a comprehensive knowledge and clear understanding of the different sources of natural drugs and the methods of their conservation and production and it provides information about the bioactive metabolite of marine plants and animals. It also provides some examples of medicinal plants used to treat some diseases.

MC704 Biochemistry –I

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: BBS

The course provides the Pharmacy students with the knowledge to understand the basic mechanisms of life, acid base balance, structure- function relationship and clinical correlation of different biomolecules including carbohydrate, lipids, amino acids, proteins, enzymes, hemoglobin and fibrous proteins and ultimately energy production through oxidative phosphorylation reactions in mitochondrial electron transport chain.

PC703 Pharmaceutics- I

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

This course is centered on imparting an understanding of the types and characteristics of conventional solid (powders, tablets & capsules), liquid (suspension & emulsion) and semisolids (ointment, cream, paste, gel & suppositories) pharmaceutical dosage forms in details. It encompasses, definition, types, preparation, additives, vehicles, problems encounter preparation, and factors affecting stability; storage, packaging and specific quality control tests of each.  This course also provides extensive practical exposure which enables the students to acquire technical, calculation, communication & dispensing skills. In addition of developing professional attitudes such as team work & values.

MC705 Pathology

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: BBS

The course provides the students with the basic knowledge and conceptual understanding of the pathology of various diseases. Thus the student will be familiar with the names, classification, pathogenesis and pathological changes in the various body tissues in different diseases.

CP702 Social Behavioural and Ethical Aspect in Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

The course focus on professional code of conduct prescribing all the ethical responsibilities expected of licensed pharmacists in the UAE. The course introduces core concepts in sociology and illustrates how the field is dynamic and relevant to the pharmacy profession, based on sound ethical values. This relationship focuses on promoting health, preventing illness, restoring health and alleviating suffering. 

It emphasizes the role of sociology in the development, structure, interaction, foster sensitivity to the facility with personal and societal values, collective behavior of social relationships, interpersonal and decision-making processes associated with the provision of pharmaceutical care to culturally diverse populations.

PN707 Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry -II

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

This course describes the medicinal chemistry of drugs affecting cardiovascular system (cardiac glycosides, antiagnial, antiarrythmic and antilipidemic agents, anticoagulants, antiplatelets, and diuretics). This course also describes opioid analgesic, antitussive, non steroidal anti-inflammatory agents and drugs affecting immune systems as antihistamines and antiulcer agents. In this course student will gain knowledge about the physicochemical/stereochemical /pharmacokinetics properties of drugs and their structure activity relationship. Students will also gain knowledge and skills about drug designing, synthesis and analysis of different classes of medicinal agents.

PT702 Pharmacology and Therapeutics- I

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS

The course first deals with the principles of the common cardiovascular diseases describing the causes of hypertension, the major determinants which control coronary blood flow, and the most likely etiology of heart failure.

Then, the course provides the clinical characteristics (mechanism of action, benefits, adverse effects, interactions, and contraindications) of beta blockers, diuretics, vasodilators, calcium channel blockers, nitrates, ACE inhibitors, ARBs, cardiac glycosides and antiarrhythmics.

Finally, the therapeutic benefits of medications, the management guidelines, treatment algorithms, and patient educations of the studied disorders are fully covered. The course will be taught concurrently with Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry-II course to offer the maximum benefit of integrated knowledge.

PN708 Phytochemistry

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS

Phytochemistry course introduces the pharmacy students to the concept of the drugs derived from natural resources according to their biosynthetic origin as well to impart an understanding of natural product structures and the way they are put together in living organisms.

The student should be aware with different methods of extraction, Isolation/identification as well as with the biological activities of the plant constituents of the acetate-malonate and shikimic acid pathways and the drugs containing these constituents. Therapeutic and toxicological activities of the secondary metabolites are also discussed in this course.

PC704 Pharmaceutics –II

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS/CS

The course is designed to extend the knowledge of the design and formulation of advanced pharmaceutical dosage forms including sterile dosage forms (parenteral, ophthalmic), oral sustained and controlled-release systems, & new drug delivery systems (The course also will focus on the application of the physicochemical properties of drugs and excipients in dosage form design, drug formulation, product stability and drug delivery systems. This course also provides extensive practical exposure which enables the students to acquire skills (technical, calculation, communication ) attitudes & values such as punctuality & honesty.

PC705 Microbiology-I

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

Microbiology is an exciting discipline with far-reaching impacts in human health and disease. This course focuses on the general principles of microbiology and includes the following topics: bacterial morphology, physiology, Identification, cultivation, resistance and introduction to viruses and fungi. It also discusses various issues related to Sterilization, Disinfection, Sterility testing and Microbial spoilage & preservation of pharmaceutical products. Laboratory focuses on the Fundamental microbiological techniques.

This course is therefore intended to provide basic knowledge in Microbiology and students will gain both background and experimental experience in the broad field of microbes setting foundation needed for more advanced and specialized courses.

MC706 Biochemistry –II

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: BBS

The course provides to the pharmacy students the knowledge and advance understanding of the basic metabolic pathways of different biomolecules and related clinical correlations in addition to integration of metabolic reactions in different human tissues and different physiological and pathological conditions.

GE705 Computer Applications and Informatics

Credit Hours: 1+1

Domain: CS

The aim of the Computer Applications course is to provide the students with the ability to format and document source material in properly constructed papers, presentations and a variety of visual formats

Upon completion of the Informatics course the student should have the knowledge and experience that enable them to comprehend the hospital information system including Electronic medical record and drug information system in addition to using ICT (information communication technology) in the applied fields of pharmacy.

PN709 Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry-III

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: PS

This course describes the medicinal chemistry of antibiotic and antimicrobial agents, antifungal, antiviral and antineoplastic agents. In this course student will gain knowledge about drug discovery, design, synthesis, development and how the structure of a drug relates to its physicochemical, pharmacokinetic properties and pharmacological activity.

PT703 Pharmacology and Therapeutics- II

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS/CS

The course covers the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic tools and factors contributing to the most encountered respiratory, gastrointestinal and rheumatologic disorders.

The goals of therapy, medications used, treatment algorithms, management guidelines and patient education of the studied disorders are fully covered.

PT704 Pharmacology and Therapeutics- III

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS/CS

This course is designed to provide students with integrated knowledge of basic Pharmacology of various classes of antimicrobial and chemotherapeutic agents. Furthermore, the course covers the management of selected infectious and neoplastic diseases based on evidence‐based guidelines including lower respiratory tract, urinary tract, endocarditis, gastrointestinal, CNS infections. Additionally the course will cover antineoplastic pharmacology with various applications in neoplasm management, including breast cancer and lymphomas. The course will be taught concurrently with Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry-III and Microbiology-II courses to offer the maximum benefit of integrated knowledge.

CP703 Microbiology-II

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: CS

The aim of this course is to provide the students knowledge of the morphology, cultural characteristics, antigenic structure, pathogenesis, diagnostic lab tests (conventional and molecular), epidemiology, prevention and treatment of some important pathogenic bacteria and viruses and fungi.Throughout this course, attempts are made at emphasizing those pathogenic bacteria, viruses and fungi that are of actual or potential importance to humans.Also, the student will be aware of bacteriophages and the mechanism of antibiotics, drug resistance and antibiotic susceptibility testing.

PC706 Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

Credit Hours: 3+0

Domain: PS

The major focus in Biopharmaceutics will be concentrated on the various in vitro and in vivo factors that can affect drug performance in the body during the processes of liberation, absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion with the purpose of evaluation of drug delivery systems, and the therapeutic management of patients. The pharmacokinetics section of the course provides a conceptual and quantitative background in pharmacokinetic theory and applications needed to pursue advanced studies in clinical pharmacokinetics.

PN710 Pharmaceutical Analysis

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS

This course is an introduction to modern instrumental methods of chemical analysis. It describes the theory of operation, instrument design and methodology, and applications of spectroscopic techniques of UV/VIS, Fluorescence, FTIR, AAS, MS, and NMR, and chromatographic methods that includes gas and liquid chromatography. Laboratory includes practical examples of the methods covered in lecture.

 

MC707 Basic Genetics

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: BBS

This course is designed to provide the students with an understanding of basic concepts of genetics which includes the chromosomal basis of heredity, Nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), replication and repair mechanisms of DNA, genes, gene families, gene frequencies gene expression, regulation and gene mutations. Also, the students will be aware of single gene and multifactorial inheritance and the treatment of genetic diseases. This course will provide solid foundation needed to be successful in the subsequent courses within the program

PN711 Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry-IV

Credit Hours: 3+0

Domain: PS

This course describes the medicinal chemistry of centrally acting drugs that includes sedatives-hypnotics, antiepileptics, general anesthetics, psychotherapeutic drugs, antiparkinsonian and skeletal muscle relaxant. It also describes the drugs that affect neuronal transmission as local anesthetics, drugs affecting endocrine system as insulin and oral hypoglycemic drugs, steroid hormones and therapeutically related drugs (corticosteroids, sex hormones) and thyroid drugs. In this course student will gain knowledge about how the structure of a drug relates to its physicochemical properties, pharmacological activity and metabolism. Students will also gain knowledge about drug designing and synthesis of respective classes of pharmacodynamic agents.

PT705 Pharmacology and Therapeutics- IV

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: PS/CS

This course is designed to provide students with broad understanding of Pharmacology Pathophysiology, Clinical pharmacokinetic and Pharmacotherapy in major areas of neurology and endocrinology with special emphasis on anxiety and sleep disorders, epilepsy, psychoses, depression and some neurodegenerative diseases including: dementia, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’ diseases. Additionally, this course also focuses on the thyroidal, adrenal, gonadal glands disorders, the Pharmacology of antidiabetic agents and management of diabetes mellitus. The course includes practical classes using in vivo experiments, animal simulator and case-based approaches related to the topics of this course.

The course will be taught concurrently with Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry-IV to offer the maximum benefit of integrated knowledge.

CP704 Applied Pharmacokinetics

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: CS

The course deals with the concepts of clinical pharmacokinetics of certain drugs and calculation of doses of drugs during organ impairment and transplant clinical pharmacokinetics and therapeutic drug monitoring, drug administration, alteration of dosage form and doses based on individualization and population data, approach to therapeutic drug monitoring, case study of drugs requiring therapeutic monitoring.

MC708 Immunology

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: BBS

The aim of this course is to provide the students an understanding of immune system, familiarize them the important theories of immunology and the different types of failures of immune system.Also, the students should be aware with different types of immunoglobulins and immunogens and their functions, immunohematology and immune therapy which is a rapidly evolving area that will emphasize Biotherapeutics, Immune stimulants, Immune suppressants and Monoclonal antibodies.

CP705 Pharmacy Practice

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of the minor diseases that can be managed by the pharmacist concerning etiology, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, management and counseling. Also, the student should be aware with different types of OTC medications used for medical cases of respiratory and GIT systems, skin and dental care, children health, ENT problems and pain cases. Also it supplies the student with the professional communication skills needed to deal with patients in the hospital and community pharmacy settings during an OTC drug therapeutic dialogue

CP706 Pharmaceutical Management

Credit Hours: 3+0

Domain: CS

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the principles of management related to pharmacy practice. During this course, students are exposed to various management principles which enable them to efficiently manage pharmacy store.

PC707 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: PS

This course provides a balanced and comprehensive knowledge of the basic as well as applied aspects related torecombinant DNA technology, hybridoma technology and fermentation technology in pharmaceutical   sciences, the use of hybridoma technology to produce monoclonal antibodies as potential antitumor agents, and the use of recombinant DNA technology to produce several drugs such as insulin, human growth hormone, hepatitis B vaccine, tissue plasminogen activator.Also, the student will be aware ofcharacteristics of different types of Biotechnology Based Pharmaceuticals(Nucleic Acid Based Pharmaceuticals and Protein Based Pharmaceuticals) and delivery considerations, purification and stability of biotechnological drugs.

 

PC708 Pharmaceutical Technology

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: PS

This course designed to train students in various aspects of pharmaceutical industry and to provide a proper understanding in pharmaceutical pre-formulation studies, basic industrial processes (milling, mixing, drying, filtration and granulation), products packaging and good manufacturing practices in drugs manufacturing. In addition, the course stresses upon the technology of some advanced pharmaceutical dosage forms including transdermal patches and microencapsulation.

CP707 Hospital Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of the principles of pharmacy practice in a hospital setting. It aims to enable students to gain knowledge to practice in various areas of hospital pharmacy including: understanding the basic layout of the pharmacy department in a hospital setting; understanding the roles of the pharmacist in hospital practice including the distribution of medications, medication compounding, collaborations as a member of the healthcare team, and other patient care services, identifying and reporting any possible drug interactions and mastering the administrative part of hospital pharmacy services including drug distribution control system & unit Dose Systems.

CP708 Professional Skills in Practice

Credit Hours: 2+1

Domain: CS

 The aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of the various health care providers, rapidly evolving types of healthcare delivery systems, and complexities of relationshipsamong the various health care professionals workingwithin the health care system. Students should be aware of the basic clinical skills required by pharmacists to get the insight they need to cultivate informed, compassionate and effective patient care.

CP709 Clinical Pharmacy and  Pharmaceutical Care

Credit Hours: 3+1

Domain: CS

This course provides the knowledge and experience that enables the students to understand and describe clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutical care practice aspects. The aim of this course is to provide the students with the skills of treatment assessment, care plan developing and follow up evaluation. Also, the student will be provide with the skills of identifying different types of patients drug related needs, different types of drug related problems and taking decision with ethical considerations in the practice of clinical pharmacy.

PT706 Toxicology

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: PS

The course is intended to empower students with basic knowledge of Toxicology. The major focus of the course is on basic principles, mechanisms, and common approaches for the management of poisoned patients. Selected topics are covered in this course that includes occupational, heavy metals and drug toxicities. Students will gain knowledge of how selected chemicals/drugs exert toxic effects, present and managed clinically.

PT707 Pharmacogenomics

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

The goal of the course is to give students an understanding of the principles of human genetics and genomics as they apply to improving the problems in drug therapy optimization and patient care, thus providing basic understanding of discipline of pharmacogenomics. The genetic basis of variability in drug response can contribute to drug efficacy and toxicity, adverse drug reactions and drug-drug interaction. As such, pharmacists need a thorough understanding of the genetic component of patient variability to deliver effective individualized pharmaceutical care.

CP710 Public Health Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

This course introduces students to various aspects of public health pharmacy includingrole of a pharmacist in public health systems,pharmacist's services in society health promotion and patients’ education in various areas such as women’s health, children’s care, effect of nutrition on public health, home diagnostic devices for healthcare monitoring, and smoking cessation.

CP711 Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacovigilance

Credit Hours: 2+0

Domain: CS

This courseis equip with a basic understanding of the concepts and practice of pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacovigilance in areas related to the assessment of drug safety and risk-benefit of drug use. This course will meet the needs of a wide variety of practitioners.This course covers the basic principles of epidemiological study designs.  The process of drug development and limitation to the clinical trials are discussed in this course. The status of Pharmacovigilance System in the UAE is correspondingly discussed with the principles of pharmacovigilance. This course also introduces the students to the principles and techniques of pharmacoeconomics and health outcome evaluation.

CP712 Pharmacy Laws and Drug Regulations

Credit Hours: 1+0

Domain: CS

The course covers various policies, laws®ulations related to pharmacy practice and pharmacy professionals dealing with licensing, pharmacy operations, controlled substances, and operations in institutions. Brief overview of the legal system including nature and sources of UAE laws on practicing pharmaceutical profession and trading in a medicine profession.

CP713 Biostatistics

Credit Hours: 1+0

Domain: CS

This is an intensive introductory course in statistical methods used in applied research. The course emphases on principles of statistical reasoning, underlying assumptions, and careful interpretation of results. The coursefamiliarize the students with the use of a statistical package and give them the skills needed for effective data management, data manipulation, a data analysis at a basic level. The course will develop basic skills in the use of a statistical package through classroom demonstrations and independent lab.

PT708 Integrated Problem Based Learning

Credit Hours: 1+0

Domain: CS

The course is clinically oriented to emphasize the pharmacotherapy in patient care. The studentsdiscuss different scenarios of patient cases where medical history, symptoms, clinical presentation and laboratory values are stated. The students are directed to raise the objectives of their study in order first to assess the possible drug-related problems, second to suggest possible solutions of these problems and finally to evaluate these solutions based on clinical evidence. This course will enhance the students’ oral and written communicationskills, and their abilities to extract information from medical records, search, sort, critically think and analyze drug-related information.

CP714 Calculations in Practice

Credit Hours: 0

Domain: CS

The aim of this course is to provide the students with the principles of management related to pharmacy practice. During this course, students are exposed to various management principles which enable them to efficiently manage pharmacy store.

ELECTIVE COURSES

EC 711 Islamic Culture and Science

Credit Hours: 2

Area : I

This course covers comprehensive concept of Islamic culture, resources, and its characteristics compared to other cultures.  It shows how traditions, believes, thoughts and faith can frame people lives.  Islamic culture source from divine teachings calling for honorable manners, good tidings & pure, peaceful Islamic community,   commanding Muslims differentiate between permissible and prohibited. In addition to that, the course focus on the Basic Concepts of Islam & Science, contributions of Muslims in the development of science, ancient civilization ( AD & Thamoud) & Islamic civilization. In addition, the course develops reflection ability aiming to increase students’ faith by revealing some phenomena mentioned in the holy qur'an that are supported by man-made theories and observations & advanced technology, in the fields of physiology, chemistry, biology, botany etc. 

EC 712 Organizational Behavior and Cultural Diversity

Credit Hours: 2

Area : I

This course exposes students to behavioral science theories and applications in management. Organizational behavior is an interdisciplinary field drawing from numerous disciplines including psychology, sociology, economics, organization theoryand many others. Organization behavior helps the student to learn the value-added of "soft" management interventions. Understand and articulate how culture, society, and diversity shape the role of the individual within society and human relations across cultures.

EC 713 Basic Aspects of Social Sciences

Credit Hours: 2

Area : I

This course examines the perspectives and methods of sociology and analyzes human interactions in contemporary society. The development of sociology, culture, social structure, socialization, and social groups will be studied.

EC 721 Nutrition and Health

Credit Hours: 2

Area : II

Nutrition and Health course provides the pharmacy students basics of nutrition by discussing the nutrients, their function in the human body and their sources in the diet. This course gives the students an understanding of the causes behind health issue related to nutrition. The course makes the students aware about what to eat and how to choose healthy foods. The course also makes the students to solve nutrition-related problems and make healthy food and nutrition decisions.

EC 722 Alternative and Complimentary Medicine

Credit Hours: 2

Area : II

Alternative and Complementary Medicines course provides the students a broad range of complementary therapies and how these can be utilized to enhance health. The students will be able to locate and evaluate credible information about complementary therapies and wellness. This course also covers the treatment of different diseases by herbal therapy, dietary health supplements, aromatherapy, relaxation therapy, minerals and vitamins supply, acupressure, ayurvedic medicine therapy, homeopathy and hydrotherapy

EC 723 Fundamental of Cosmetic Science

Credit Hours: 2

Area : II

This course is extensive integration of pharmaceutical basic s with clinical applied science. This will enable Students to emerge from this course with knowledge of cosmetic products regarding skin nature as well as formulations, indications and unwanted effects, safety, action, uses & ingredients , vehicles,  used in cosmetics & dentifrices   products . This information is of particular interest for conveying proper counseling to consumers looking for Pharmacist’s consultation in pharmacy practice. In addition to information regarding actions, safety & different cosmetic preparations, method of production, organoleptic properties, stability & evaluation tests allow them to be as a drug expert in the field of industrial pharmacy for manufacture of these products.

EC 731 Nuclear Pharmacy

Credit Hours: 2

Area : III

Nuclear pharmacy is a specialty area of pharmacy practice dedicated to the compounding and dispensing of radioactive materials for use in nuclear medicine procedures. This course covers basic concepts involved with radioactivity, different types of radiations, radiation dose, nuclear medicines, and diagnostic & therapeutic applications of nuclear medicines.

EC 732 Bioassay

Credit Hours: 2

Area : III

The course provides basics of tests applied in screening of new substances or herbal extracts.

It also focuses on clarification of the basic concepts of biological assay of drugs based on their pharmacological classification. Experiments applied to assess many drug classes like autonomic-acting agents, anti-histaminics, anti-inflammatory, antihypertensive agents, analgesics and neuroleptics are fully discussed.

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Study Plan for the BPharm Program

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Dubai Pharmacy College accepts only female students with General Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent with science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Mathematics) for admission to Bachelor of Pharmacy degree program.

Dubai Pharmacy College grants its students, after successful completion, Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.). The total program of Dubai Pharmacy College extends over four academic years and the maximum course duration to complete the degree within a reasonable time frame of six years.
 The academic year starts in September and ends in the third week of July.

     
  • Each academic year is divided into semesters.
  • Each semester is composed of twenty two weeks of which 15 weeks devoted to teaching
  • Each week has five teaching days which accounts for 30 teaching hours in a week.

Annual vacations are of two weeks at the end of first semester and five weeks at the end of second semester.

 No. of CoursesCredit Hours %
Elective Courses 3 6 4
General Education Courses 5 12 7
Core requirement 49 132 80
Professional Practice Experience(PPE) 3149
Total 60 164 100

 

DomainNo. coursesCredit Hours%
PS-Pharmaceutical Science185441
CS-Clinical Science163224
BBS-Basic Biomedical Sciences82116
PS/CS-Pharmaceutical Sciences/Clinical Sciences41612
BS-Basic Sciences397
Total49132100
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B.Pharm Program Aims and Outcomes

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The program is intended to :
  1. Produce pharmacists having knowledge , skills and competencies equivalent to local and  International Standards of BPharm degree
  2. Initiate research which will utilise locally available materials and data for possible use in  pharmaceutical fields
  3. Practice according to internationally accepted professional code of ethics
  Program objectives of BPharm program is specifically aligned with the Level 7 of the Qualifications  Framework for the UAE approved by The Board of the National Qualifications Authority (NQA) known as  the QFEmirates.

QF Emirates level 7 Program outcome:
On successful completion of this program the graduate will be able to:
Knowledge A1.Develop, suggest, and modify patient care plan in cooperation with      prescribers, and other members of an inter professional health care team       based upon sound therapeutic principles and evidence-based data, taking into      account relevant legal, ethical, social, cultural, economic, and professional       issues, emerging technologies, and evolving biomedical, pharmaceutical,      social/behavioral/administrative, and clinical sciences that may impact     therapeutic outcomes.
A2.Apply the knowledge of basic and pharmaceutical sciences in order to    maintain the quality and safety of pharmaceutical products
A3.Integrate the knowledge of mathematics and statistics in compounded     medications; dose, pharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic calculations.
Skill B1.Analyze problems with current drug therapy, formulate solutions and identify       risk associated with the solutions in order to deliver the best pharmaceutical     care to the patient.
B2.Acquire the basic skills and techniques involved in drug manufacture and      development, drug design and screening, and quality control of
    pharmaceutical products.
B3.Communicate effectively orally and in writing and deploy a range of    presentation techniques within workplace setting
Autonomy and
    responsibility
C1.Demonstrate level of self-awareness, responsibility and self-management as      members of a multi-disciplinary healthcare team and as a leader in the society    in bringing about wellbeing.
Self-developmentC2.Undertake self-directed, life-long learning, acquiring up to date knowledge,    skills, and competencies to provide optimal pharmaceutical care.
Role in contextC3.Demonstrate caring, ethical, and professional behavior in compliance with laws, regulations and professional standards in all practice environments.
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B.Pharm Program Details

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Institution: Dubai Pharmacy College, Dubai, UAE
Degree: Bachelor of Pharmacy
Length & Mode: Four academic years, Full time
Maximum Registration Period: 6 years
Chief Academic Officer: Prof. Naglaa Gamil
 

BPharm Catalog 2016-17 - For more details download:
BPharm_Catalog_2016-17.pdf
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Academics

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Parents

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At Dubai Pharmacy College, our aim is to produce good professional pharmacists and we seek the co-operation of parents in achieving this goal. The infrastructure, amenities are of top class and the Islamic and academic atmosphere is congenial for learning.

  • Do keep in regular touch with the Faculty Advisor of your daughter.     
  • Be aware of your daughter’s Academic Progress especially attendance, internal assessment and marks in the College examinations. 
  • Remit all the Payments like tuition fees, hostel facility fee directly to DPC n time.
  • Be aware of your daughter’s Monthly Expenditure and mode of expenditure. 
  • We may need to Contact You sometimes Urgently especially in case of emergency. Hence it is essential that any change in address, phone numbers and e-mail be informed promptly to the College. 
  • Report or warning will be sent to your e-mail.
  • Do not encourage your daughter to extend their holiday and stay at home when she visits the family during vacation. She may end up with attendance shortage.
  • Please keep us informed, if the student has a History of Illness.
  • In case of Health Problems for minor illness, the students can attend our Dubai Medical Centre which is situated in the campus and get treated. If the ill-health warrants inpatient care, the student will be admitted. For minor ailments with short stay the parents may not be informed, but in case of emergencies, they will be informed as early as possible.
  • Provide Medical Certificate, in the case of illness, or Leave Note duly signed by you, in the case of emergency situations.
  • It is imperative that parents keep in regular touch with the institution officials especially in case of Poor Academic Performers

For Further information, you can contact:

Mrs. Suad

(In-charge,Dean's Office)
+971 4 2120 301.

Mrs. Eman

(Head,Student Affairs)
+971 4 2120 321.

 

 

 

 


هدفنا في كلية دبي للصيدلة هو تخريج صيدلانية متميزة، ونطمح لتحقيق التعاون مع أولياء الأمور لتحقيق هذا الهدف:

·         بنية الكلية والخدمات التي توفرها تعد من أرقى المقومات، بالإضافة إلى الجو الإسلامي الأكاديمي والذي يلائم متطلبات التعلم.

·         يرجى الحفاظ على التواصل المستمر مع المرشد الأكاديمي لابنتكم.

·         يرجى متابعة المستوى الأكاديمي لابنتكم والذي يشمل الحضور، التقويم والدرجات في امتحانات الكلية.

·         الالتزام بسداد الرسوم المستحقة عليكم والتي تشمل رسوم الدراسة والسكن والمواصلات في الوقت المحدد.

·         يرجى متابعة النفقات الشهرية لابنتكم ووضع هذه النفقات.

·         قد نحتاج التواصل معكم أحياناً وخاصة عند حدوث أمر طارئ، لذا يرجى التواصل المستمر معنا وإبلاغنا بأي تغيير مثل رقم الهاتف أو العنوان أو البريد الالكتروني.

·         سيتم ابلاغكم بالإعلانات والانذارات عن طريق البريد الالكتروني أو خدمة الرسائل النصية.

·         يرجى عدم تشجيع ابنتكم على إطالة الاجازة والمكوث في البيت لفترة أطول من اجازة نهاية الأسبوع، لأن ذلك قد يؤدي بها إلى الغياب المستمر والإنذار.

·         يرجى ابلاغنا اذا كانت الطلبة تعاني مسبقاً من مرض مزمن.

·         في حال تعرض الطالبة لمشاكل صحية بسيطة يمكنها مراجعة مركز دبي الطبي والذي يقع بالقرب من الكلية والحصول على العلاج المناسب. إذا كانت حالة الطالبة تتطلب المكوث في المستشفى لفترة بسيطة سيتم أخذها ومعالجتها، وللمشاكل الصحية البسيطة قد لا يتم إخبار أولياء الأمور بها، أما في حالة الطوارئ، سيتم إبلاغكم في أسرع وقت ممكن.

·         يرجى تسليمنا شهادة طبية في حالة مرض الطالبة، أما في حال أخذها لأي سبب طارئ يرجى إبلاغنا بمستند بتوقيع ولي الأمر.

·         يرجى الحفاظ على التواصل المباشر مع إدارة الكلية لمتابعة ابنتكم وخاصة إذا كانت تواجه ضعف في التحصيل الأكاديمي.

 

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Institutional Goals & Objectives

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Goal # 1: Maximize a campus culture in which all students can achieve their potential based on Islamic morals and principles, helping them develop understanding, skills, attitudes, and values essential for success in life and become responsible citizens.
 
Goal #2: Impart an advanced, intensive and comprehensive curriculum based on international professional standards that emphasize on professional practice experience. Promote critical knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to begin a managed care pharmacy career in pharmacy, industry, hospitals and other health care systems.
 
Goal # 3: Ensure optimum use of well – equipped classrooms, library, laboratories and IT facilities to impart personalized, self-learning and problem-solving instruction delivery
 
Goal # 4: Foster a safe environment for the faculty and students that is conducive to research and scholarly activities.
 
Goal #5: Comply with International Standards in Examination System
 
Goal # 6: Maintain a lifelong relationship with alumni through opportunities that promote interaction and involvement with the College for the benefit of the community.
 
Goal # 7: Ensure all processes are synergistic, effective and directed towards continuous improvement, by achieving the goals and objectives of the Units of the College, and the Mission and Vision of the College as a whole.
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Institutional Effectiveness & Publication Unit

7.1. Coordinate functions of all units helping them to set goals and objectives in alignment with the institutional goals.
7.2. Identify clear and measurable outcomes tied to the goals and objectives for the Units.
7.3. Guide and monitor the different Units in performing self-assessment and in using the results for improvement of the program.
7.4. Assess the effectiveness of administrative, instructional, and support services of the College through a systematic process of research, planning, implementation and evaluation.
7.5. Provide assessment results to inform decision-making and the allocation of institutional resources effectively.
7.6. Advance the goals and aspirations of the College through publications, advertising and web presence that influence internal and external communications.
7.7 Ensure the college makes significant progress towards reaching “continuous quality improvement” on the Student Learning Outcomes Rubric
      7.7.1. Embed a culture Progarm Review and Assessment
     7.7.2. Institutionalize the SLO cycle: Fall Assessment, Spring Analysis
     7.7.3. Link the Annual Program Review and SLO Assessment Process
     7.7.4. Facilitate Assessment Dialogue Sessions with Students, Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
     7.7.5. Institutionalize the Assessment Management Plan.

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Graduate Affairs and Career Guidance Unit

6.1. Ensure accurate and complete alumni database records; capture contact and career information of alumni via surveys, projects (e.g. alumni directory), correspondence, website, etc.
6.2. Promote membership in the Alumni Association as an intermediate step toward becoming fully invested in DPC.
6.3. Establish and cultivate relations with alumni of DPC through communications, programs, and services.
6.4. Identify and motivate strong alumni volunteers to raise scholarship funds and foster student recruitment for DPC.
6.5. Raise awareness of one's (students) personal goals and values as well as work goals and enable them to take advantage of future job opportunities.
6.6. Undertake appropriate community service both within and outside.

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Examination & Evaluation Unit

5.1   Adopt best practices in the examination and evaluation system.

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Research and Ethical Committee

4.1. Attract, recruit and retain researchers of the highest quality and ensure that they operate effectively
4.2. Encourage to undertake research, nationally and internationally.
4.3. Ensure research of the highest quality and of value to society.
4.4. Encourage a thriving community of international researchers and research visitors at all times.
 4.5. Promote research by faculty and students protecting the rights, dignity, health, safety and privacy of research subjects, the welfare of animals and the integrity of the environment.
4.6. Ensure that research on human subjects meets acceptable standards with respect to scientific merit, design, relevance, patients’ safety and privacy, feasibility, ethical and UAE cultural propriety.


Facilities and Laboratory

4.7. Raise awareness/responsibilities.
4.8. Improve housekeeping effectiveness.
4.9. Adhere to Lab Safety Policy.
4.10. Develop the research facilities, Lab, and IT.

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Instructional Delivery

3.1.Maintain updated classrooms, laboratories, and IT facilities to meeting the course/study objectives.
3.2.Put into practice self -directed -learning and the problem-based learning, small group work, group discussions.


Educational Informatics Unit (EIU)

3.3. Establish Educational Informatics Unit in Spring 2014.
3.4.Establish virtual learning environment (VLE) available through Moodle/desire2Learn platform starting from Fall 2014.
3.5.Train faculty, students and staff members for use of VLE effectively in teaching and assessment.
3.6.Software enabled OSCE examination.
3.7.Online assessment to replace traditional mode of examination.
3.8.Virtual classrooms


Library

3.9. Maintain a balanced and organized collection of high-quality materials supporting programs offered and provide professional assistance to all its users

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Program Review & Assessment Committee

2.1. Review the present day undergraduate /graduate Pharmacy Education trends.
2.2. Determine changes to textbooks or learning resources; changes to prerequisites; changes to course codes or titles as long as the content of the course is accurately reflected; addition of new elective courses; and changes to assessment procedure thus providing future directions for Pharmacy education in the UAE.
2.3. Establishes guidelines for comprehensive program review for academic and administrative units and provides guidance for student outcomes assessment throughout the institution.
2.4. Provides a forum for the exchange of program review and assessment information and strategies among graduate and undergraduate programs and administrative units (Faculty Learning Communities)
2.5. Prepares program assessment plans and reports that may be required by the External Reviewers.
2.6. Ensures DPC curriculum is up-to-date and matches with QFEmiratesLevel descriptors and other professional bodies’ requirements and reflect sustained attention.
      2.6.1. Student learning outcomes for each   academic program
      2.6.2. Assessment methods for each student learning outcome
      2.6.3. Assessment findings.
      2.6.4. Evidence that findings are used to provide direction for continuous improvement in instruction, curriculum, and/or student support services such as advising


Professional Practice Experience Unit

2.7. Expose student interns to the current health care environment of community pharmacy
        2.7.1. Strengthen the level of student interns training in community pharmacy
        2.7.2. Evaluate students’ feedback about training in community pharmacy
        2.7.3. Assess student intern’s performance systematically based on ILO.
2.8. Expose student interns to current standard facilities of drug manufacturing and quality control systems.
        2.8.1. Strengthen the level of student interns training in pharmaceutical industry
        2.8.2. Evaluate students’ feedback about training in pharmaceutical industry
        2.8.3. Assess student intern’s performance systematically based on.
2.9. Expose student interns to current standards of care and policy driven pharmacy practice unique to hospitals and health-systems.
        2.9.1. Strengthen the level of student interns training in government hospitals and other health care systems.
        2.9.2. Evaluate students’ feedback about training in different health care systems
        2.9.3. Assess student intern’s performance systematically based on preceptors report.
2.10. Provide student interns with the opportunity to grow both professionally and personally, through interaction with health care professionals, presentation and advancement in oral and written skills.
       2.10.1. Participate in seminar of career fair to be organized for the student intern’s in   conjunction with Career guidance unit.
      2.10.2. Participate in conferences of health care systems in UAE or abroad.

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Student Affairs and Student Advisory Unit

1.1. Ensure appropriate guidance for Student Life for the cultural, educational, and social involvement of all students at DPC.
1.2. Ensure appropriate Counseling Services
1.3. Maintain Supervision of Student Union offering students opportunities in leadership, social responsibility and volunteerism
1.4. Organize Student Activities that complements the academic experience leading to Integrative learning
1.5. Strengthen Student Health.
1.6. Ensure satisfactory cafeteria and transportation services
1.7. Foster healthy residence life


Student Advisory Committee

1.8. Impart and coordinate among the mentors in Student Advising to track students’ progress.


Community Engagement

1.9. Sustain the need to recognize community engagement
1.10. Expand our commitment to faculty and student involvement towards community engagement through the process of encouraging cluster groups and developing partnership of the Community
1.11. Provide equal opportunities for all DPC members to understand and articulate the importance of giving back to the community as an engaged citizen.
 1.12. Participate in activities promoting environment protection and sustainability.
 1.13. Participate in health awareness programs like workshops, conferences, lectures, seminars etc.
 1.14. Spread community awareness in the neighborhoods and among students of different secondary schools and colleges other than DPC.

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Faculty Board

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The College Faculty Board looks after the day to day teaching, administrative and academic work of the College.

A College Faculty Board shall be constituted by the decision of the Chairman, Board of Trustees comprising the following:

(i)    The Dean of the College

(ii)     Chief Academic Officer (B.Pharm.)

(iii)    Graduate Program Director

(iv)    Heads of the Departments of the College

(v)    Head, Institutional Effectiveness Unit.

(vi)    Heads of Core Functional Units

The Dean is the Chairperson of the College Faculty Board. Dean is free to invite any person if he feels his presence necessary for College Faculty Board meeting. The Chief Academic Officer/ Graduate Program Director shall be responsible for inviting members for College Faculty Board meeting.

The College Faculty Board shall meet at least four times in an academic year or at the instance of its Chairman or on the request of the two thirds of its members.

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The Advisory Board

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The Board of Advisors is a select group of individuals who share in the mission of the Dubai Pharmacy College. Members of the Board are educators and leaders representing the diverse field of healthcare. They are dedicated to helping DPC develop and maintain a world-class pharmacy educational program and Professional Practice Experience (internship) in Pharmaceutical sciences.

  • Prof. Ali  El Sayed  Hussain, Director, Pharmaceutical Services, Ministry of Health Dubai - UAE

  • Dr. Sohail Fitieh, Chief of Pharmacy Department Mafraq , Abu Dhabi-UAE

  • Dr. Sahar Mohamed Abu-Omar, Corporate Clinical Affairs Manager, SEHA, Abu Dhabi – UAE

  • Dr. Majdi Fahmi, Head of Marketing , JULPHAR, UAE

  • Dr. Mariam Galadari, M.D. Global Pharma, Dubai-UAE

  • Dr. Idrees Siddiqui, Manager Technical Operations, Global Pharma, Dubai-UAE

  • Ban Nasif Mohammad Mualla, Product Manager, Med Pharma industry, Dubai-UAE (DPC Alumni, Batch 6)

  • Dr. Saba Mohsen Mohamed Mohamed, Head, Medicines Department, Zayed Military Hospital - Abu Dhabi (DPC Alumni, Batch 7)

  • Muna Osama Al Musli, Pharma Division Manager (Atlas Group), Consultant Pharmacist, RACS (DPC Alumni, Batch 7)

  • Mrs. Maryam Mojaddam, Education Coordinator, Iranian Hospital

  • Ms. Marwa Malik, Medical education & Pharmacovigillance Specialist, GSK (DPC Alumni, Batch 13)

  • Dr. Sahar Husain, Clinical Pharmacist (DPC Alumni, Batch 15)


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The Board of Trustees

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The Founder of the College has constituted the Board of Trustees comprising of persons who have interests in the aims and objectives of the College.  It is an administrative and managing body of the College consisting presently of the following members.
Chairman
Haji Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah

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Vice Chairman & Member
Eng. Yahya Saeed Lootah

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Mr. Saleh Saeed Lootah

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Mr. Hussain Saeed Lootah

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The Mission

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DPC is committed to provide accredited pharmacy education at undergraduate and graduate level to female students based on Islamic values, advancement of pharmaceutical knowledge through research and community service in order to serve pharmacy profession, scientific community and public.

 

 






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The Vision

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To serve the healthcare community by nurturing competent and professional pharmacists while promoting a learning environment that fosters innovation, leadership, continued professional development and quality assurance making DPC one of the leading institutions for the Pharmacy education in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Message from the Dean

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It is an honor for me to welcome you to this institution; Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC), the first Pharmacy institute in the Gulf region which was established by the eminent philanthropist, Hajj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah in 1992. It was founded with a vision to educate girls of the Emirate to successfully and confidently meet the dynamic challenges in the healthcare in an Islamic ambience.

Endowed with the Dubai Appreciation Award in 2004, our college is accredited and licensed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, UAE since 1998 for the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) program and Initial Accreditation since October 2013 for the Masters of Pharmacy (MPharm) program specializing in Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Product Development.

The college fosters technological innovation, development & research. Modern instructional lecture rooms and laboratories facilitates learning advanced courses. An international team of dedicated and committed faculty maintains the quality of instruction. Pharmatalk-open lecture series, Continuing Medical Education (CME), seminars and practical projects are periodically organized. Community Engagement programs and educational trips are always guided by faculty members. Visiting professors and academics are also invited from pivotal healthcare institutions, industries and hospitals.


Needless to say, we offer career driven-skills based curricula. Consequently, the aspiring pharmacists have to undergo intensive Professional Practice Experience (PPE) in leading Hospitals & Primary Healthcare Centers under Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Pharmaceutical Industries and in Community Pharmacies accordingly.
Uniquely positioned in the Lootah Educational Campus at Muhaisnah, Dubai, which is within easy access for students not only from Dubai but also from Sharjah and Ajman. For students from other countries the hostel is a boon. It is well-furnished with all the required facilities such as health club, tennis court, swimming pool, it’s just like a home away from home.


Our alumni stands as a testimony to our accomplishments.


Prof. Dr. Saeed Ahmed Khan

Dean, Dubai Pharmacy College

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Message from the Founder

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chairman.jpgI personally derive immense satisfaction to serve pharmacy education in this country through the establishment of Dubai Pharmacy College - leading to a meaningful career of service to mankind..

The College aims at preparing girls as Pharmacists and making them aware of their rights and   duties stipulated on moral issues based on Islamic ethics and values. I   am sure that most parents will be attracted towards such a specialized   institution to educate their daughters.

Over a period of two decades, Dubai Pharmacy College proved to be a fountain of high values and principles and a dedicated specialized place of learning and practice.

 I wish the students of  Dubai Pharmacy College all success.

Haj Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Lootah
Founder & Chairman
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About Us

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DPC has been selected & honored among the top 5 institutions in the GCC Pharma Outstanding Education Award in the GCC Pharmaceutical Congress on 14 Sep 2014.
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GCC Pharma Outstanding Education Award
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Dubai Pharmacy College

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Allied health professionals of outstanding quality are vital for holistic healthcare . With this in view Dubai Pharmacy College was established in 1992 by the astute vision of Founder and Chairman , Haji Saeed Al Lootah. The first Pharmacy College in the Gulf region exclusively dedicated to educate aspiring Muslim girls in the field of pharmacy sciences, is accredited by the Commission of Academic Accreditation (CAA), Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, UAE. The programs offered are,

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
  • Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) with specialization in
    •   Clinical Pharmacy
    •   Pharmaceutical Product Development
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Admission is open for B.Pharm & M.Pharm.

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Admissions open for both B. Pharm and M.Pharm.
M.Pharm Specializations are:
M.Pharm in Clinical Pharmacy
M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Product Development

 
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Condolence

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Former dean of Dubai Pharmacy College, Professor Sobhi Said passed away on 26.Sept.2013. We pray to the Almighty for his soul to rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to his family.

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Admissions open for M.Pharm

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The Masters of Pharmacy (Concentrations Pharmaceutical Formulation Development, Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice) proposed by Dubai Pharmacy College has been approved by the Commission for Academic Accreditation for initial Accreditation effective October 1, 2013.

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