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Program of Pharmacy B. Pharm

Mission

The mission of ZUC program of Pharmacy is to participate in the development and promotion of its community through high quality and cost-effective education, research, and professional services with the ultimate goal of attaining international recognition.

2. Vision

ZUC B.Pharm. Program of Pharmacy will be one of the leading Sudanese Pharmaceutical programs with an international reputation achieved excellence by providing a high quality education in relation to core knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that are necessary for the provision of pharmaceutical services.

3. Values

3.1. Integrity / Transparency:

ZUC Pharmacy program will operate as a community trust, supported and established by the citizens of Khartoum State, the Sudan at large and the international community. We will conduct our activities with integrity and steward our resources in an ethical manner.

3.2. Respect:

In ZUC, we will respect our colleagues, our students and our community. We treat others and their ideas in a manner that conveys respect as we discuss our differences. We will teach our students to respect their patients and co-patients, other members of the health care team and their colleagues.

3.3. Compassion:

Compassion defines a good Pharmacist; it is at the very center of all we do. We will seek students and faculty role models who have this trait and work to enhance it through education, research and service.

3.4. Collaboration/ Generosity/Partnership:

ZUC program will value what everyone in the region has to offer and believe our collaboration strengthens all. We will work to create partnerships with educational and health related organizations that support our mission – to provide our students an inter-professional education and to improve the health of the citizens of Khartoum State, Sudan at large and neighbors from African countries and other countries.  We will share what we have learned with others and assist whenever possible to serve the people of our state, nation and beyond.

3.5. Discovery and Scholarship:

Discovery and scholarship are what differentiate academic Pharmacy program. ZUC will encourage faculty and students to continuously seek and advance the creation of knowledge to improve the human condition.

3.6. Student Friendly:

ZUC is committed to students having an exceptional educational experience. It will seek feedback from students about improving the process of education, learn from their ideas, and provide educational services in a manner that respects students, supports their efforts to be good Pharmacists and scientists and provides a quality educational experience. Students will be partners in their education. ZUC will seek to encourage students to develop a balance between work and activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.

3.7. Community Health:

ZUC is committed to play a role in improving the Pharmaceutical services and care of the community and to contribute to the development of the community. It will involve students, faculty and staff in creating projects to increase the awareness of community health and work with other organizations who strive for the same goal.

3.8. Social Responsibility:

Our students, faculty and staff are part of a community, region, state and world. ZUC will encourage all to get involved with their area, contribute to its wellbeing and be active volunteers in bettering life. ZUC educational focus will emphasize service to the community.

3.9. Best Practices:

ZUC will not only teach our students that Pharmacy is best if supported by sound scientific evidence, but will disseminate information to faculty and community Pharmacist that will enable them to change practice as evidence dictates through the provision of access to library resources and continuing Pharmaceutical information.

3.10. Quality:

ZUC seeks to produce an educational experience of quality: quality in the delivery of Pharmaceutical Care and quality in our research and service efforts. Additionally, ZUC want to prepare students to understand the process of quality improvement in the Pharmacy practice.

 

3.11. Innovation:

Innovation is the heart of ZUC and thus it will be open to new ideas from faculty, students, and staff, seeks out new ideas and will evaluate them with open minds in order to continue to improve the efficacy of Pharmaceutical and health care and the health system.

3.12. Stewardship:

ZUC has been entrusted with a great responsibility- the education of the next generation of Pharmacists. This mandates that we live our values and focus on our mission to serve through education, research, Pharmaceutical care and community service.

3.13. Communication:

ZUC wants to instill in our students an understanding that good communication is a large part of being a good Pharmacist. It will work to develop communication skills in students. It will also remember that many people support the school from throughout the region and work to not only communicate our progress but to listen to their feedback and hopes for the college. It will communicate also with students, faculty, other members of the health care team and staff both by listening to ideas and sharing plans.

3.14. Lifelong Learning:

ZUC encourages students to understand that the process of growth and learning is continual. It will seek faculty who model the desire to learn and improve practice, develop continuing Pharmaceutical education offerings to the region and prepare students to modify practice based on new evidence.

4. Objectives

To enable the student to:

  1. Practice according to the internationally accepted code of ethics.
  2. Accept the responsibility of continuing professional education in order to utilize advances in pharmaceutical sciences and to benefit from further postgraduate training in Sudan or elsewhere.
  3. Initiate research into local health problems and traditional medicinal plants as well as research into other fields of pharmaceutical and/or medical interests.

5. Rationale and Justification

  1. Provision of an innovative Pharmacy education program by the charity Medical Education Institute.
  2. A good addition to delivery of high quality Pharmaceutical service in a densely populated area such as Khartoum State.
  3. Availability of large number of pensioners with a wealth of experience in innovative Pharmaceutical education and Pharmaceutical service delivery.
  4. Provision of extra chances in innovative program of Pharmaceutical education for a large number of Sudan General Certificate students who obtained very high percentages (>75%) and yet fail to get chance of University education.

PHARMACY PROGRAM

Introduction:

The establishment of a modern pharmacy program is a unique idea leading to a creation of complementary biomedical disciplines, which will be a model for integration of health care education as well as for inter-disciplinary research. This will enable pharmacy students to study certain subjects of clinical nature. Such studies and clinical rounds would increase contact and mutual acceptance of the respective knowledge and will ensure the acceptance of the future pharmacist as an integral member of the healthcare team.

To keep peace and to meet the changing needs and demands of the society and profession the pharmacy program is embarking on a teaching program to enable hospital settings. both the theoretical and practical courses intended to provide the opportunity for students to gain greater experience in patient –centered learning environments and to work co-operatively with other health care practitioners as practicing members of the health care team, it is the goal of the program to prepare pharmacists who can assume expanded responsibilities for the clinical use of drugs and assist in the provision of rational drug therapy.

The course is structured to provide an excellent education for future pharmacists on the basis of a sound inter –disciplinary science degree course built on bridging chemistry and biology.

OBJECTIVES

This program aims to: –

  1. Provide a sound scientific foundation on which the graduate can base an effective career as pharmacist.
  2. Provide a breadth of instruction and experience so that the graduate will be able effectively to apply the acquired scientific understanding in their chosen branch of pharmacy and as well as to set their knowledge of pharmacy in the wider social and scientific context.
  3. Develop the ability of the student to learn, to work effectively both independently and as a member of the health care team, to design and carry out experiments, to assemble, analyses and assimilate information and to disseminate information effectively for other health care providers.
  4. Development of research capabilities.

Faculty Departments:

  1. Pharmaceutical chemistry
  2. Pharmacology
  3. Pharmacognosy
  4. Pharmaceutics
  5. Pharmacy Practice
  6. Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Medium of Instruction and Examination:

English

Duration of the Program:

The duration of the Bachelor of pharmaceutical science (B. Pharm.) is 5 years (10 semesters) fulltime regular course.

Systems of Courses Coding:

The code consists of two letters and three digits.  The letters representing the course category, while the first digit (after letters) represent the academic level, second for Semester and the third digit represent the course.

Teaching tools:

Lectures

Practical.

Tutorials.

Seminars.

Field Training.

Assignments and reports.

Research Projects.

Methods of Student’s Assessment:

Continuous assessment should be carried out during the whole period of this curriculum application and should contain:

  1. Tests during terms.
  2. Practical Examinations.
  3. Performance during lectures
  4. Oral exams.
  5. Training assessment
  6. Graduation research project.

Subjects Code:

Code Category
HR Courses related to Higher Education and University Requirements
BS Courses related to Basic Sciences
MS Courses related to Basic Medical Sciences
PH Courses related to Basic or Applied Pharmaceutical sciences
FR Faculty required Activities

 

 

Programmed Study Plan

First year

Semester I:

Code Course Name Credit hours
BS111 General Chemistry 2(2+0)
HR111 Computer Science 2(1+1)
HR112 Arabic Language 4(4+0)
HR113 English Language 4(4+0)
BS112 Mathematics 2(2+0)
BS113 Physics 2(2+0)
BS114 Cell Biology 2(1+1)
Total   18

 

 

Semester II:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH121 Pharmaceutics I 2(2+0)
BS125 Botany 2(1+1)
PH122 Pharmaceutical Chemistry I (Organic chemistry I) 3(2+1)
BS126 Physical Chemistry 2(2+0)
HR124 Islamic Studies 4(4+0)
HR125 Sudanese studies 2(2+0)
MS121 Gross Anatomy 2(1+1)
Total   17

 

 

 

Second year

Semester III:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH211 Pharmaceutics II 3(2+1)
MS212 Biochemistry I 3(2+1)
MS213 Physiology I 3(2+1)
PH212 Pharmaceutical Chemistry II (Organic chemistry II) 3(2+1)
BS217 Analytical Chemistry 3(2+1)
PH213 Pharmacognosy I 3(2+1)
Total   18

 

Semester IV:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH221 Pharmaceutics III 3(2+1)
MS222 Biochemistry II 3(2+1)
MS223 Physiology II 3(2+1)
PH223 Pharmacognosy II 3(2+1)
PH222 Pharmaceutical Chemistry III (Organic chemistry III) 3(2+1)
PH224 Pharmaceutical Analysis I 3(2+1)
PH225 Pharmacy Practice I 2(2+0)
Total   20

 

 

 

Third year

Semester V:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH311 Pharmaceutics IV 3(2+1)
MS314 Pathophysiology 2(2+0)
PH315 Pharmacy Practice II 2(1+1)
PH312 Pharmaceutical Chemistry IV (Medicinal chemistry I) 2(2+0)
PH314 Pharmaceutical Analysis II 2(1+1)
PH313 Pharmacognosy III 3(2+1)
PH316 Pharmaceutical Microbiology I 3(2+1)
PH317 Pharmacology I 3(2+1)
Total   20

 

 

Semester VI:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH321 Pharmaceutics V 3(2+1)
PH326 Pharmaceutical Microbiology II 3(2+1)
PH325 Pharmacy Practice III 2(2+0)
PH322 Pharmaceutical Chemistry V (Medicinal chemistry II) 2(2+0)
PH324 Pharmaceutical Analysis III 3(2+1)
PH323 Pharmacognosy IV 3(2+1)
PH327 Pharmacology II 3(2+1)
Total   19

 

 

Fourth year

Semester VII:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH411 Pharmaceutics VI 3(2+1)
PH416 Pharmaceutical Microbiology III 3(2+1)
PH415 Pharmacy Practice IV 2(2+0)
PH412 Pharmaceutical Chemistry VI (Medicinal chemistry III) 2(2+0)
PH414 Pharmaceutical Analysis IV 2(1+1)
PH413 Pharmacognosy V 3(2+1)
PH417 Pharmacology III 3(2+1)
BS418 Biostatistics 2(1+0)
Total   20

 

 

Semester VIII:

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH421 Pharmaceutics VII 3(2+1)
PH418 Pharmaceutics Technology 3(2+1)
PH426 Pharmaceutical Microbiology IV 3(2+1)
PH425 Pharmacy Practice V 2(2+0)
PH422 Pharmaceutical Chemistry VII (Medicinal chemistry IV) 2(2+0)
PH424 Pharmaceutical Analysis V 3(2+1)
PH423 Pharmacognosy VI 3(2+1)
PH427 Pharmacology IV 3(2+1)
BS429 Research Methodology 2(2+0)
Total   24

 

Fifth year

Semester IX

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH511 Pharmaceutics VIII 2(2+0)
PH 512 Pharmaceutical Chemistry VIII (Medicinal chemistry V) 2 (2+0)
PH 513 Pharmacognosy VII 3(2+1)
PH 515 Pharmacy  Practice VI 3(2+1)
PH 519 Pharmacotherapy I 3(2+1)
BM 525 Genetics and Molecular Medicine 2 (2+1)
FR 511 Graduation Project I 3(0+3)
Total   18

 

Semester X

Code Course Name Credit hours
PH521 Pharmaceutics IX 2(2+0)
PH525 Pharmacy Practice VII 3(2+1)
PH523 Pharmacognosy VIII 2(2+0)
PH529 Pharmacotherapy II 3(2+1)
FR521 Graduation Project II 3(0+3)
PH 516 Pharmaceutical microbiology V (Biotechnology) 2(2+0)
Total   15

 

Total Program Credit Hours = 189

First year

SEMESTER I:

Higher Education requirements syllabus (HR)

1.    Islamic Culture

2.    Arabic Language

3.    English Language

4.    Sudanese Studies

5.    Computer Sciences