- Fee:NPR 673,400
Pharm. D. Post Baccalaureate is one of the most modern courses introduced. The program's goal is to familiarize graduate pharmacists with the clinical pharmacist's way of thinking and to provide them with training in the field of patient care. The first two years of the PharmD program are devoted to foundational courses on pharmacotherapeutics of various systems, clinical pharmacy practice, critical literature evaluation and research methodology, clinical pharmacokinetics, and clinical rotation in various hospital departments. The final six months of the program are devoted to a specialization internship.