Leading private Clinical Pharmacy education in GCC countries. 

To graduate competent clinical pharmacists capable of providing comprehensive pharmaceutical care to the community with an aptitude to Lifelong learning through provision of knowledge, clinical skills, research abilities and ethics of practice within a motivating learning environment   

GOAL 1: To promote program excellence and effectiveness that produces competent provider of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Care who are productive researchers and healthcare leader. 

GOAL 2:    To apply international best practices in quality of pharmacy education including student-centered learning, integration of sciences, research, and extensive experiential/experiential education. 

GOAL 3: To promote collaborative professional practice through interprofessional education. 

GOAL – 4: To prepare graduates for continuing professional development and life-long learning. 

GOAL 5:   To promote information-technology environment as per curricula requirements. 

GOAL 6: To enhance the provided community activities to meet the society’s health needs. 

GOAL 7: To expand scientific research and enhance its quality to maximize the research impact. 

FOUNDATION YEAR
Semester 1 (Level 01) Semester 2 (Level 02)
Code Course Title Credit Hours Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENGL 101 ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC
PURPOSES – 1
7 (6+1+0) ENGL 102 ENGLISH FOR
ACADEMIC PURPOSES-2
4 (3+1+0)
PHYS 101 MEDICAL PHYSICS 3 (2+1+0) ARAB 102 ARABIC LANGUAGE 2 (2+0+0)
ITHS 101 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
FOR HEALTH SCIENCES
2 (1+1+0) CHEM 102 CHEMISTRY FOR
HEALTH SCIENCES
4 (3+1+0)
EDU 101 STUDY SKILLS 2 (1+1+0) ISLM 102 ISLAMIC ETHICS 2 (2+0+0)
ARAB 101 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 2(2+0+0) BIOL 102 CELL BIOLOGY AND
GENETICS
3 (2+1+0)
EDU102 COMMUNICATION
SKILLS
2 (1+1+0)
Total 16 Total 17
Total Credit Hours = 33
YEAR TWO
Semester 1 (Level 03) Semester 2 (Level 04)
Code Course Title Credit Hours Code Course Title Credit Hours
ANAT 211 Anatomy 3 BIOC 221 Biochemistry-II 3
BIOC 211 Biochemistry-I 2 PHCH 221 Pharmaceutical Analytical chemistry 4
PHCT 211 Mathematics 1 PHCH 222 Intro to Medicinal Chemistry 1
PHCH 213 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry 3 PHCT 221 General Immunology 2
PHSL 211 Physiology-I 3 PHCT 222 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 3
PSYC 211 Psychology & Behavioral Science 2 PHSL 221 Physiology-II 2
PHCL 211 Intro to Pharmacy Profession 1 PHCL 221 Basic Clinical Skills 1
PHCL 212 First Aid 1
Total 16 Total 16
Year Three
Semester 1 (Level 05) Semester 2 (Level 06)
Code Course Title Credit Hours Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHCH 314 Introduction to Natural Product 2 PHCH 321 Medicinal Chemistry-2 4
PHCH 312 Drug Discovery and Development 1 PHCL 321 Pathophysiology-II 2
PHCH 317 Medicinal Chemistry-1 2 PHCT 321 Pharmaceutics-II 3
PHCL 311 Pathophysiology-I 2 PHCT 322 Biopharmaceutics 2
PHCL 312 Pharmacy Practice 2 PHLG 323 Pharmacology-II 3
PHCT 311 Pharmaceutics-I 3 PHLG 325 Chemotherapy 2
PHLG 311 Pharmacology-I 4 PHCH 322
PHCL 323
PHCT 323
Electives:
Int. to Drug Design
Pharmacy seminar
Pharmaceutical Industry
1
SERV 311 Community Service 1
Total 17 Total 17
Introductory Pharmacy Practice-1 (IPP-1) – SummerTraining —
IPP 321 Introductory Pharmacy Practice- IPP-1
Year Four
Semester 1 (Level 07) Semester 2 (Level 08)
Code Course Title Credit Hours Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHCL 411 Pharmacotherapy-I 4 PHCL 421 Pharmacotherapy-II 4
ISLM 407 Ethics & Professionalism 2 PHCL 422 Drug and Poison Information Services 2
PHCT 411 Pharmaceutics-III 2 PHCL 423 Clinical Skills 1
PHLG 411 Pharmacology-III 2 PHCH 421 Pharmacopeial Analysis 3
PHLG 412 Toxicology 3 PHCT 421 Basic Pharmacokinetics 2
SAFE 407 Patient Safety 2 PHLG 422 Pharmacology-IV 2
RESM 407 Research Methodology & Biostatistics 3 PROJ 408 Research Project-1 1
PHCLe 424
PHCLe 425
PHCLe 426
Elective Course:
Pediatric Drug Therapy
Comprehensive Diabetes Management
Health Informatics
1
Total 18 Total 16
Introductory Pharmacy Practice-2 (IPP-2) –Summer Training–
IPP 421 Introductory Pharmacy Practice- IPP-2
Year Five
Semester 1 (Level 09) Semester 2 (Level 10)
Code Course Title Credit Hours Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHCL 511 Pharmacotherapy-III 4 PHCL 521 Pharmacotherapy-IV 4
PHCL 512 Pharmacy Management 2 PHCL 522 Pharmacoeconomics and epidemiology 3
PHCL 513 Clinical Pharmacokinetics 1 PHCL 523 Evidence-based Medicine 2
PHCL 514 Pharmacogenomics 1 PHCL 524 Pharmacovigilance 1
PHCL 515 Advanced Pharmacy Practice 2 PHCL 525 Pharmacy Law in KSA 1
PHCT 511 Dispensing of Medication 2 PHCT 521 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 2
PHLG 511 Alternative Medicine 2 PHCT 522 Over the Counter Drugs 2
PHLG 512 Drugs of Abuse 2 PHCT 523 Nuclear Pharmacy 1
PROJ 509 Research Project-2 1 PHLG 523
BIOS 521
Elective Courses:
Directed Research
Applied Biostatistics
1
Total 17 Total 17
Year Six
CLERKSHIPS
No. Semester (1) Hours
1 Clerkship-I 3
2 Clerkship-II 3
3 Clerkship-III 3
4 Clerkship-IV 3
Total 12
No. Semester (2) Hours
1 Clerkship-V 3
2 Clerkship-VI 3
3 Clerkship-VII 3
4 Clerkship-VIII 3
Total 12
No. Semester (3) Hours
1 Clerkship-IX 3
2 Clerkship-X 3
Total 6

Knowledge and Understanding 

K1 

Describe the basic principles and concepts of basic, pharmaceutical, clinical and social sciences related to pharmacy profession. 

K2 

Outline principles of drug design, Structure Activity Relationship, synthesis, analysis and formulation of pharmaceutical dosage forms. 

K3 

Recognize ethical, legal and economic aspects of pharmacy profession. 

Skills 

S1 

Apply concepts and principles of pharmaceutical, clinical sciences in pharmacy profession. 

S2 

Develop therapeutic care plans using the principles of evidence-based healthcare and critical appraisal. 

S3 

Discuss drug design, screening, synthesis, analysis, efficacy and safety of medications used in different diseases and health-related conditions. 

S4 

Demonstrate basic research skills 

S5 

Utilize statistical and pharmacy specific software. 

S6 

Interpret data extracted by different statistical methods in bio-analysis and forensics. 

S7 

Perform effective pharmaceutical procedures in drug screening, analysis, synthesis, manufacturing and design. 

S8 

Demonstrate basic clinical skills and first aid measures in health care settings. 

Values, Autonomy, and Responsibility 

V1 

Demonstrate professional attitude and ethical behaviour in pharmacy practice, research and industry. 

V2 

Demonstrate effective teamwork and inter-professional collaboration skills.  

V3 

Communicate effectively with colleagues, healthcare providers, patients and their families, pharmaceutical industrialists and other community members. 

  1. Patient Centered Care Provider 

Ability to provide evidence-based patient care as a team member or leader and develop therapeutic care plans based on well-established up to date guidelines in consideration with cultural diversity and professional issues that might affect the outcomes. 

  1. Profound Disciplinary Knowledge & Skills 

Ability to employ profound knowledge of fundamental, pharmaceutical, social, and clinical sciences in pharmacy profession and research for promotion of healthcare. 

  1. Research Skills 

Ability to design, conduct and disseminate research activities in various settings promote community healthcare. 

  1. Problem Solving, Critical Thinking & Decision Making 

Ability to critically appraise and make decisions for medication related problems to optimize medication use and promote patient care. 

  1. Ethical Practice, Leadership and Professionalism 

Ability to work in accordance with ethical guidelines and regulations and serve as a credible role model/leader by exhibiting the value and behaviors of a professional. 

  1. Digital Capabilities 

Ability to utilize recent technologies and resources for patient care & lifelong learning for improving professional skills and serving the community. 

  1. Communication and Collaboration 

Ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with healthcare professionals, administration, support services, patients and caregivers with complete respect of cultural diversity. 

  1. Providing Services to the Community 

Ability to work individually or collaboratively with healthcare providers to improve community awareness on medications & diseases management for better community healthcare outcomes. 

  1. Management of Medication- Use Systems 

Ability to participate in drug manufacturing and efficient distribution, usage and maintaining of high-quality product to improve patient safety. 

 

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