Faculty of Pharmacy

Pharmacy

 



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CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR101 General Chemistry 3 0 3 0 PHR101 General Chemistry (T:3 P:0 C:3)
An introduction to fundamental topics in chemistry including measurement and units; atomic structure, molecules, ions, chemical formulas, aqueous solutions, thermochemistry, electronic configuration of the atom, periodic properties of the elements, basic concepts of chemical bonding, molecular geometry and bonding theories, gases, forces, properties of solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibria and chemistry of the environment will be covered. There will be emphasis on the atomic structure and hybridisation with its implications for molecular geometry. Intramolecular covalent bonding and intermolecular weak bonding; with origins and relevance to ligand/receptor and substrate/enzyme binding will also be covered. Structural factors that affect reactivity, basic organic nomenclature and functional groups will be covered briefly.

Core Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science (12th Edition), Theodore E. Brown, H. Eugene H LeMay, Bruce E. Bursten, Catherine Murphy, Patrick Woodward, Matthew E Stoltzfus, ISBN-13: 978-0321910417
PHR103 Medical Biology and Genetics 4 0 4 0 PHR103 Medical Biology and Genetics (T:4 P:0 C:4)
Medical biology course introduces student to principals and modern concepts of biology. The main focus of the course is on cell and molecular biology which is essential to understand medical conditions. The main topics are scientific methodology, scientific research and assays, universal features of cells, internal organisation of the cell, membrane structure, cellular compartments, DNA and chromosome structure and function, genome, genetic diversity of genomes, DNA replication, repair and recombination, how cells read the genome, transcription and translation, control of gene expression, the mechanism of cell division, histology of tissue organisation, immune system and disorders, genetic disorders.
Core Textbook: Cooper, G. M., Hausman, R. E. (2013), The Cell: A Molecular Approach, 6th Edition, Sinauer, ISBN:978-1-60535-155-1
Supplementary Textbook: Russell, P. J. (2009), iGenetics: a Molecular approach, Pearson, 3rd Edition. ISBN-13: 978-0321569769
PHR105 Pharmacy Terminology 2 0 2 0 PHR105 Pharmacy Terminology (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Principles of Latin, professional Latin recipes with pre-fixes and suffixes, pharmeceutical relevancy of plants, nomenclature of Pharmaceutical Botany, Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology will be covered in addition to the information about pharmacy profession.

Core Textbook: Moini, J. (2009), Pharmacy Terminology, Cengage Learning, ISBN-13: 978-1428317871
Supplementary Textbook: Frucht, S. S. (2011), Medical Terminology: Get Connected!, Prentice Hall, ISBN-13: 978-0131121126
PHR107 Behavioral Sciences 2 0 2 0 PHR107 Behavioral Sciences (T:2 P:0 C:2)
This course will serve as an overview of the field of psychology and introduce the students to theories, methods, concepts, principles and issues in the study of human behaviour. Students are expected to develop competency and understanding of basic psychology such as scientific methods in psychology, biological psychology, sensation, perception, nature, nurture & human development, memory cognition and language, intelligence, consciousness, emotions, stress and health.

Core Textbook: Gerrig, R.J., Zimbardo, P.G. (2012). Psychology and life, 20th Edition, Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, ISBN-13: 978-0205859139
COMP102 Introduction to Computers 2 2 3 0 COMP102 Introduction to Computer (T:2 P:2 C:3)
The aim of this course is to give the students an understanding about the computer fundamentals such as four basic components of the computer, input, output, storage devices and processing, application and system softwares, utility programs and internet basics. At the end of this course students will be familiar with the computer terminology and able to use the word processing and spreadsheet programs as well as efficient internet usage.

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ENG101 Reading and Writing Skills 1 2 2 3 0 ENG101 Reading and Writing Skills I (T:2 P:2 C:3)
The aim of the course is to develop students’ listening, speaking, reading, writing and study skills. It further provides the opportunity to improve students’ communication skills through guided activities and also aims at equipping students with basic study skills that they will need throughout their academic life. The course will assist the students to follow their curriculum in English and will build skills on the abilities already gained.

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TURK001 Turkish 1: Composition/Elementary Turkish 2 0 2 0 TURK001 Turkish I: Composition/Elementary Turkish (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Basic features of written language and written communication, main differences between written and oral language, written and oral narration, subjective narration, objective narration; paragraph; paragraph types (introduction-development-conclusion paragraphs). Definition of text and text types (informative texts and literary texts), elements of text (cohesion, coherence, intention, acceptability, contextualization, informativeness, intertextuality). Written narration (written composition: free composition, planned composition); stages of planned writing ( subject, narrowing the subject, intention, point of view, identification of the main and supporting themes; preparation of writing plan and page layout; theoretical information on informative texts (petition, letter, news, resolution, bulletin/advertisement, minute report, official documents, scientific writing), study on samples and writing practice; making a plan of a text and summarizing it; correction of narration errors in written texts.

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MTE101 Elementary Calculus 3 0 3 0 MTE101 Elementary Calculus (T:3 P:0 C:3)
Solving equations and inequalities. Cartesian Coordinate system. Linear equations: properties of linear equations, graphs, system of linear equations and solutions. Functions: Linear and Quadratic functions. Selected applications.

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Total 22 0
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR102 Analytical Chemistry 1 2 3 3 0 PHR102 Analytical Chemistry I (T:2 P:3 C:3)
General concepts in analytical chemistry will be presented. Chemistry of aqueous solution, solubility, selective precipitation, gravimetric analysis, acids, bases, buffer solutions, principles of volumetric analysis, acid-base titrations, carbonate-bicarbonate titrations, precipitation titrations, oxidation-reduction titrations and complexometric titrations are the main topics.
Analytical Chemistry I Lab.
Laboratory experiments of qualitative analysis of I-V group cations and anions, quantitative analysis by various titration techniques such as acid-base titration, carbonate-bicarbonate titration, oxidation-reduction titration and complex formation titration will be performed by the students.

Core Textbook: Skoog, D.A., West, D.M., Holler, F.J., Crouch, S.R. (2013), Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry, 9th edition, Brooks Cole
PHR104 Organic Chemistry 4 0 4 0 PHR104 Organic Chemistry (T:4 P:0 C:4)
Basic reaction types, reaction mechanisms of functional groups, alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, benzene and aromatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, epoxides, thiols, the carbonyl groups, aldehydes, and ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, amines. Nomenclature and stereochemistry in organic and biological molecules. Central role and the important reactions of the carbonyl group in chemistry and biochemistry. The nature of aromaticity and the occurrence and role of aromatic nuclei in drug molecules.

Core Textbook: J. McMurry “Organic chemistry with biological applications” ISBN 9780495391470
Supplementary Textbook: Jones, M., Fleming, S. A. (2014), Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition, W. W. Norton & Company, ISBN-13: 978-0393913033
Clayden, J., Greeves, N., Warren, S. (2012), Organic Chemistry, 2nd Edition, Oxford, ISBN-13: 978-0199270293
PHR106 Biostatistics 2 0 2 0 PHR 106 Biostatistics (T:2 P:0 C:2)
The main topics are basic statistical definitions, types of data, descriptive statistics, classification of data, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, tables and graphics, probability distributions, normal, binomial and poisson distributions, tests and graphs of normality, sampling, sampling distributions and sampling distribution of mean, confidence intervals, introduction to hypothesis tests, p and alpha values, decision making process, parametric and nonparametric hypothesis tests, correlations and regression analysis, multiple linear regression, factorial design: 2n and 3n design

Core Textbook: Daniel W. W., Cross C. L. (2013), Biostatistics: A foundation for analysis in the health sciences, 10th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, USA, ISBN-13: 978-1118302798
PHR108 Anatomy 3 0 3 0 PHR 108 Anatomy (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Anatomy, physiology and diseases of systems are covered mainly musculoskeletal system, nervous system cardiovascular system and physiology of blood, coagulation disorders and anemias are the main topics.

Core Textbook: Paulsen, F., Waschke, J. (2013), Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol 1,2 and 3, 15th Edition, Elsevier, ISBN: 9780723437321
ENG102 Reading and Writing Skills 2 2 2 3 0 ENG102 Reading and Writing Skills II (T:2 P:2 C:3)
The objective of the course is to develop students’ academic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. The course also aims at equipping students with basic study skills that they will need throughout their academic life. The course will assist the students to follow their curriculum in English and will build skills on the abilities already gained. Students are also encouraged to reflect their personal interpretations on the subjects studied in participative discussions. Additional activities will also be included for improving critical thinking and communication abilities of the students.

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TURK002 Turkish 2: Oral Communication/Intermediate Turkish 2 0 2 0 TURK002 Turkish II: Oral Communication/Intermediate Turkish (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Main characteristics of oral language and oral communication. Oral communication: main characteristics of communication skills (use of natural and body language), basic principles of a good speech; main characteristics of a good speaker (stress, intonation, juncture, accent, etc.). Impromptu and prepared speech, stages of prepared speech (choice of a subject, narrowing the subject , intention, point of view, identification of the main and supporting themes, planning, writing and presentation). Types of speech (dialogue, conversation, introducing yourself, answering questions, celebrations- New Year, birthdays, festivals- giving directions, telephone conversations, job applications, interviews, radio and TV speech, participating as a speaker in various culture and art programs. Impromptu speech on various topics, study on speech samples, practice of oral communication, correction of language and narration mistakes and errors in speech.

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PHR120 Plant Biology 2 0 2 3 PHR120 Plant Biology (T:2 P:0 C:2)
An interest in plants will be developed by demonstrating their role and importance in the prevention and treatment of diseases. This will be achieved by describing the diversity of plants and their classification. The anatomy and morphology of the plants used in the prevention and treatment of diseases will be the main focus.

Core Textbook: Mauseth, J. (2012), Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, 5th Edition, Jones & Bartlett, ISBN-10: 1449665802
PHY107 Physics 3 0 3 0 PHY107 Physics (T:3 P:0 C:3)
This course provides a basic grounding in elementary mechanics including kinematics of motion, Newton's laws of motion and gravitation, the conservation laws of momentum and energy and collisions. The rotational dynamics of rigid bodies, equilibrium statics together with of inertia and angular momentum are also covered.

Core Textbook: Giancolli, D. (2013), Physics For Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-1292020761
PHRXXX Elective 2 0 2 0
Total 24 3
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR201 Analytical Chemistry 2 2 3 3 4 PHR201 Analytical Chemistry II (T:2 P:3 C:3)
Principles of spectroscopy (ultraviolet-visible region, fluorescence infrared atomic), chromatography (thin layer, paper and column chromatography, gas and liquid chromatography and electrochemistry (polarography, amperometry, potentiometry, conductometry) are covered.
Analytical Chemistry II Lab.
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds are performed by using various chromatographic, spectroscopic and electrochemical techniques.

Core Textbook: Skoog, D.A., West, D.M., Holler, F.J., Crouch, S.R. (2013), Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry, 9th edition, Brooks Cole
PHR203 Biochemistry 1 4 0 4 5 PHR 203 Biochemistry I (T:4 P:0 C:4)
The main topics are water and pH, structure of carbohydrates, lipids, aminoacids, proteins and nucleic acids, enzymes including mechanism of action, enzyme kinetics regulation of enzyme activity, coenzymes, bioenergetics and oxidative phosphorylation.

Core Textbook: Murray, R. K., Bender, D. A., Botham, K. M., Rodwell, V. W., Weil, P. A. (2012), Harper's Illustrated Bichemistry, 29th Edition, McGrawHill, ISBN-13: 978-0071765763
Champ, P. C., Harvey, R.A., Ferrier, D,R.(2013), Biochemistry (Lippincot's Illustrated Reviews), 6th Edition, Walter Kluver Health, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451175622
Supplementary Textbook: Nelson, D. L., Cox M. M. (2012), Lehninger principles of biochemistry, 6th edition, New York : W. H. Freeman, ISBN-13: 978-1429234146
Mathews, C. K, van Holde, K. E., Appling, D. R. (2012), Biochemistry, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-0138004644
PHR205 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 3 3 4 5 PHR205 Pharmaceutical Microbiology (T:3 P:3 C:4)
Pharmaceutical microbiology course aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge essential for solving the problems encountered by community, medical and industrial pharmacists. Students will also obtain knowledge on saprophytic and pathogenic microorganisms. They will learn the importance of microorganisms regarding the individual, community and environmental health, learn the effects of microorganisms on pharmaceutical industry and the standards by which pharmaceutics are produced concerning microorganisms, handle microbiological control of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, air and water, and identification of microorganisms isolated from them, have a knowledge on infections caused by microorganisms and antibiotics that are used for their treatment, handle in-vitro sensitivity tests for antibiotics and assays for microbiological activity, learn and perform the principals of sterilization, disinfection and antisepsis.

Pharmaceutical Microbiology Lab

Microscopy procedures, principles of sterilization, growth and in vitro culture procedures of microorganisms, analysis of gram negative/positive microorganisms, spore forming bacteria, diagnosis of mycobacteria, antibiotic susceptibility tests.
Core Textbook: Hanlon, G., Hodges, N. (2013), Essential Microbiology for Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science, Wiley-Blackwell , ISBN-13: 978-0470665343
PHR207 Introduction to Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice 2 2 3 3 PHR207 Introduction to Pharmacy Practice (T:2 P:2 C:3)
The students receive general information about pharmacy profession, stages of pharmacy education, pharmacist's work areas and the role of pharmacist on public health and pharmacy, history of pharmacy profession, pharmaceutical industry and pharmacist, community pharmacist, hospital pharmacist, intuitions and organizations related to pharmacy, international relations in pharmacy education. Also overview of the subjects including the definition of pharmacy and the pharmacist, the application of computer in pharmacy, preparation of magistral formulation, determination of the drug requirements of the pharmacy, purchasing drug for the pharmacy, organisation and placement of the pharmacy according to the Turkish legislation and regulations, meeting the drug requirements of patients, obtaining knowledge about drug information studies and keeping the records in the pharmacy as well as evaluation of pharmacy’s relationship with the official and unofficial units are included. Faculty members will be involved in the presentation of this course.

Core Textbook: Parthasarathi, G. Nyfort-Hansen, K. , Nahata, M. C. (2004). A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacy Practice: Essential concepts & Skills. Orient Longman Private Ltd, ISBN: 81-25026312
Supplementary Textbook: Lambert, A. (2006). Advanced Pharmacy Practice, 3rd Edition, Cengage Learning (USA), ISBN: t3; 978-1131-3141-0
PHR209 Physiology 2 0 2 4 PHR209 Physiology I (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Anatomy, physiology and diseases of systems are covered mainly of respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, endocrine system, female and male genital systems, renal system, sensory organs, hearing and balance disorders, visual impairments, skin disorders, important infectious diseases and neoplasias.

Core Textbook: Paulsen, F., Waschke, J. (2013), Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol 1,2 and 3, 15th Edition, Elsevier, ISBN: 978072343732
PHR211 Public Health 2 0 2 2 PHR211 Public Health (T:2 P:0 C:2)
The relationship between health and social sciences; social, cultural and biological factors affecting health; population; understanding society structure; and structure of health systems will form the knowledge content of this course.
Core Textbook: Carter, J, Slack, M. (2009), Pharmacy in Public Health: Basics and Beyond, ASPH, ISBN-10: 1585281727
PHR213 Immunology 2 0 2 2 PHR208 Immunology (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Introduction to immunology, antigen and antibody, cellular and humoral immunity, immünoprophylaxis, hypersensitivity reactions are the main topics.

Core Textbook: Doan, T., Melvold, R., Viselli, S., Wallenbaugh, C. (2012), Immunology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series), 2nd Edition, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451109375
Supplementary Textbook: Owen, J., Punt, J., Stranford, J. (2013), Kuby Immunology, 7th Edition, Macmilan, ISBN-13: 978-1464137846
NH001 Atatürk Principles and History of Turkish Reforms 1/History of Civilisation 1 2 0 2 2 NH001 Atatürk Principles and History of Turkish Reforms I/History of Civillisation I (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Concepts, definitions, teaching methods and specification of sources, Industrial Revolution, French Revolution, Collapse of the Ottoman Empire, Declaration of Restoration and Reforms, Liberal Constitution I, Liberal Constitution II, Trablusgarp and Balkan Wars, World War I, Montrose Cease-Fire Treaty, Wilson Principles, Paris Conference, Mustafa Kemal’s Arrival in Samsun and the Situation in Anatolia, Amasya Declaration, National Meetings, Inauguration of the Parliament, Establishment of the Grand National Assembly, Internal Rebellions, the Constitution, Establishment of the Regular Army, İnönü War I, İnönü War II, Kütahya, Eskişehir and Sakarya Battles, the Grand Attack, the treaties after the War of Independence, Treaty of Lausanne, Abolishment of the Dynasty.

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PHR215 Elective- Computer Applications into the Pharmacy 2 0 2 2 PHR 215 Computer Program Applications into the Pharmacy
This course is designed to inform pharmacy students about computer program applications to pharmacy practice, namely the programs used by the social security systems (Emekli Sandığı, Bağ-Kur, SSK) and pharmacy in use (farmakom, byte).

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Total 24 29
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR202 Pharmaceutical Technology 1 3 3 4 6 PHR202 Pharmaceutical Technology I (T:3 P:3 C:4)
This course covers the introduction to dosage form, design and includes basic methodology relevant to pharmacy. A number of physical concepts such as phase diagrams, solubility, solutions, and kinetics are included. Relevant unit operations, pharmaceutical water and water purification methods are considered.
Pharmaceutical Technology I Lab.
Preparation of aromatic waters, oral solutions, syrups, elixir, oral drops, lemonade, infusions, mouth washes are performed.

Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1

Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5
Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594
PHR204 Biochemistry 2 2 0 2 3 PHR204 Biochemistry II (T:2 P:0 C:2)
The main topics are metabolism of carbohydrates and its control, metabolisms of lipids and proteins and nucleic acids and their control, function and replication of information macromolecules, hormones and mechanism of hormon action and integration of metabolisms. Also special topics like vitamins, hemostasis and thrombosis, biological membranes and transport mechanisms will be discussed.

Core Textbook: Murray, R. K., Bender, D. A., Botham, K. M., Rodwell, V. W., Weil, P. A. (2013), Harper's Illustrated Bichemistry, 29th Edition, McGrawHill, ISBN-13: 978-0071765763
Champ, P. C., Harvey, R.A., Ferrier, D,R.(2012), Biochemistry (Lippincot's Illustrated Reviews), 6th Edition, Walter Kluver Health, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451175622
Additional Resources:
Nelson, D. L., Cox M. M. (2012), Lehninger principles of biochemistry, 6th edition, New York : W. H. Freeman, ISBN-13: 978-1429234146
Mathews, C. K, van Holde, K. E., Appling, D. R. (2012), Biochemistry, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-0138004644
PHR206 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 3 3 4 5 PHR206 Pharmaceutical Chemistry I (T:3 P:3 C:4)
This course covers topics like active drug types, receptors and drug-receptor interactions, chelation, stereochemical factors, structure-activity relationships, dissolution, partition coefficient, ionisation, surface activity, bioisosterioizm, drug metabolism, drug discovery, introduction to CNS drugs, general and local anesthetics, sedative and hypnotic drugs, tranqulizing agents and neuroleptic drugs, antidepressant and antiepileptic drugs, antiparkinsonian drugs, analgesic and antiinflammatory drugs
Pharmaceutical Chemistry I Lab.
The practical worknow are performed on synthesis of some drugs and pharmaceutical raw materials, laboratory safety, laboratory techniques like filtration, crystallization, extraction, distillation e.g., reaction types like esterification, acylation, nitration, bromination and diazotization.

Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450
Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798
PHR210 Pharmacology 1 4 0 4 6 PHR210 Pharmacology I (T:4 P:0 C:4)
The main topics are absorption, distribution, biotransformation and elimination of drugs, routes of drug administration, dose-concentration relationships, receptors and drug-receptor relationships, basic principles of drug actions, interactions between drugs, pharmacogenetics, antibiotics and other chemotherapeutics.

Core Textbook: Whalen K. (2014), Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer, ISBN-13: 978-1451191776

Supplementary Textbook: Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (2014), Basic&Clinical Pharmacology, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 978-0-07-176401-8.
NH002 Atatürk Principles and History of Turkish Reforms 1/History of Civilization 2 2 0 2 2 NH002 Atatürk Principles and History of Turkish Reforms II/History of Civillisation II (T:2 P:0 C:2)
Political Reforms, political parties, attempts for the passage to multi-party period, Judicial Reforms, Civil and Social Reforms, Economic Reforms, Turkish Foreign Policy between 1923-1938, Turkish Foreign Policy after Atatürk, Principles of Turkish Revolution (Republicanism, Populism, Secularism, Statism, Revolutionarism, Nationalism) Uniting Principles.

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PHR212 Pharmaceutical Botany 3 3 4 4 PHR 212 Pharmaceutical Botany (T:3 P:3 C:4)
The aim of the course is to give knowledge on medicinal, useful and poisonous plants in a systematical order. The scientific names, distinguished charateristics, distributions, usages and economical values will be covered and to introduce rich flora and medicinal plants of Cyprus and Turkey will be introduced.
Pharmaceutical Botany Lab.
Information will be given on plant nomenclature, descriptions of plants, preparation of the herbal materials and their storage, general concepts on the identification of the medicinal plants, examination of roots, stems, methamorphosis, leaves, flowers, fruits, identification of Coniferae and Angiospermae plants and Cyprus and Turkish flora will be examined.

Core Textbook: Upton, R., Graff, A., Jolliffe, G., Länger, R., Williamson, E. (2011). American Herbal Pharmacopoeia: Botanical Pharmacognosy - Microscopic Characterization of Botanical Medicines, CRC Press, ISBN: 978-1420073263
Supplementary Textbook: Heywood, V., Brummitt, R., Culham, A. (2007). Flowering Plant Families of the World, Firely Books, ISBN-13: 978-1554072064
PHR217 Elective- Introduction to Pharmaceutical Technology 2 0 2 2 PHR 217 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical dosage forms, drug research and legislation, patent, pharmacokinetic, bioavailability, stability, and incompatibility will be discussed and information on prescription and abbreviations used in prescription will be given.

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Total 22 28
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR301 Pharmacognosy 1 2 3 3 5 PHR 301 Pharmacognosy I (T: 2, P: 3, C: 5)
This course comprises the biological origin of crude drugs, cultivation, collection, drying, stabilization of medicinal plants, chemistry of drugs of biological origin, inorganic compounds, organic acids, plant enzymes, lipids, carbohydrates, monosaccaride derivatives, isolation and identification of sugars in the plant material, homogeneus and heterogenous polysaccarides, tannins, classification, isolation and identification of glycosides, and drugs of biological origin containing the above constituents as well as their pharmacological actions and uses.
Pharmacognosy I Lab.
Demonstration on microscope, microscopial examinations in theory, quantitative microscopy (measurement in microscope plant cells and tissues, microscopical examination of powdered vegetable drugs, chemical identification of active constituents of saponins, antraquinids, cyanogenetic and cardiac glycogides, tannins, proteins and their chromatographic applications will be performed.
Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332
Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889
PHR303 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 3 3 4 5 PHR 303 Pharmaceutical Chemistry II (T: 3, P: 3, C: 4)
Adrenergic agents, adrenergic blocking agents, cholinergic agents, cholinergic blocking agents, cardiac glycosides, antiarrhythmics, antianginal and vasodilator agents, antihypertensives, antihyperlipidemics, coagulant and anticoagulant agents, antianemic drugs, trombolytics, antiaggregeting agents and diuretics are the main topics.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry II Lab.
Paper, thin layer, column and high pressure liquid chromatography techniques and their applications in drug analysis, separation of solid-solid and liquid-liquid mixtures, determination of some physical parameters such as density, boiling point and melting point, measurement of refraction index and determination of specific rotation, drug metabolism and pharmacopoeia analysis will be performed

Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450
Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, , Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798
PHR305 Pharmaceutical Technology 2 4 4 6 6 PHR 305 Pharmaceutical Technology II (T: 4, P: 4, C: 6)
Rheology, colloidal dispersions, aerosols, suspensions and technological properties of emulsions, ointments transdermal drug carrier systems, suppositories and cosmetics are the main topics.

Pharmaceutical Technology II Lab.
Suspensions, sedimentation volume, redispersibility and particle size distribution analysis in suspensions, emulsions, liniments, viscosity of intravenous emulsions, HLB, ternary phase diagrams, ointments and drug release form ointments, suppositories and drug release form suppositories, vaginal suppositories’ formulations and properties of semi-solid systems will be covered all through the course.

Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1

Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5
Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594
PHR307 Pharmacology 2 0 2 4 PHR 307 Pharmacology II (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Drugs affecting autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular system, and renal conservation of water will be covered

Core Textbook: Whalen K. (2014), Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer, ISBN-13: 978-1451191776

Supplementary Textbook: Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (2014), Basic&Clinical Pharmacology, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 978-0-07-176401-8.
PHR309 Clinical Biochemistry 1 4 3 5 PHR 309 Clinical Biochemistry (T: 1, P: 4, C: 3)
Introduction to biochemical analysis, biochemistry of the circulatory system, bilirubin metabolism, liver functions and jaundice, and related disorders, biochemistry and disorders of immune system, blood biochemistry, coagulation, hematological disorders, biochemistry of the digestive system and its disorders, digestion of lipids and phospholipids and disorders of lipid metabolism, structure and functions of kidney, kidney function tests, renal diseases and the related biochemical data, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, hypertension and coronary heart diseases and the related biochemical tests, biochemistry and the disorders of endocrine system, biochemistry and the complications of diabetes mellitus, cancer biochemistry are the main topics.
Clinical Biochemistry Lab.
Basic techniques in biochemical analysis, hematological tests, quantitative tests for carbohydrates, proteins and total lipids in blood and urine, determination of cholesterol and lipoproteins in plasma, liver and kidney function tests, determination of keton bodies and their metabolites in urine, enzymatic tests will be performed.

Core Textbook: Crook, M. A. (2012), Clinical Chemistry and Metabolic Medicine, 8th edition, Hodder Arnold, ISBN-13: 978-1444144147
Marshall, W. J. and Bangert, S. K. (2012). Clinical chemistry, 7th edition, Edinburgh : Mosby, ISBN-13: 978-0723437031
PHR311 Elective-Health and Drug Economy 2 0 2 2 PHR 311 Health and Drug Economy
Information on general management human resources management, general accounting, pharmacoeconomics will be covered.

Core Textbook: Rascati, K. (2013), Essentials of Pharmacoeconomics Point, Lippincott Williams & Witkins, ISBN-10; 1451175930
PHR200 Training 1 (Summer) 0 0 0 3 PHR 200 Training I (in summer) (C:3)
Community Pharmacy Training: This training course includes focusing on compounded pharmaceuticals and related compounded medicines, essential processes for controlled substances and specific drugs (narcotics and psychotropic drugs). Furthermore, it consists of undertaking required skills regarding the process of dispensing prescriptions, review and assessment of prescriptions in terms of rational drug use, identifying and solving drug related problems, therapeutic drug monitoring and counseling patients.
Total 20 30
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR302 Pharmacognosy 2 2 3 3 5 PHR 302 Pharmacognosy II (T: 2, P: 3, C: 3)
The aim of the course is to train a pharmacist with knowledge of physico-chemical properties, sources, classification and detection of alkaloids and volatile oils belonging to different classes as well as the isolation from natural sources, pharmacologial activity, uses and biosynthesis and alkaloid containing drugs of biological origin.
Pharmacognosy II Lab.
The isolation techniques, quantitative and qualitative analysis, classification of volatile and fixed oils, quantitative analysis of volatile oils by volumetric and gravimetric methods, indice determinations and, TLC analysis of fixed oils, determination reactions of alkaloids, quantitative colorimetric analysis of Solanaceae alkaloids, quantitative analysis of total alkaloids of Cinchona, chromatographic analysis of alkaloids in medicine, isolation of caffeine from black tea and its pharmacopeal analysis, total qualitative analysis of herbal teas, project presentation will be carried out.

Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332
Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889
PHR304 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 3 3 3 4 5 PHR 304 Pharmaceutical Chemistry III (T: 3, P: 3, C: 4)
The main topics are introduction to chemotherapy, antiseptics, disinfectans, antiprotozoal, antimalarial, antiaemobic, antileishmanial, antitricomonal, antihelmintic, ectoparasiter, antifungal, antiviral, antineoplastic, antibacterial antimycobacterial, sulfonamides, oxazolidindiones quinolones, antibiotics, digestive carminatives, antiemetics, antiacides and antiulcer drugs, laxative-purgatives, antidiarhetics, antiallergics, local anesthetics, vitamines, diagnostic compounds and hormones.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry III Lab.
Basic principles of quantitative analysis covering titrimetric methods such as neutralisation, oxido-reduction, complexometry, nitritometry and their application in drug analysis. Also spectrophotometric methods, derivative spectroscopy, quantitative analysis in drug mixture, the principles and applications of the chemical and instrumental techniques such as ultraviolet, infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectroscopy of qualitative analysis and structural elucidation of drugs will be covered.

Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450
Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798
PHR306 Pharmaceutical Technologhy 3 4 4 6 6 PHR 306 Pharmaceutical Technology III (T: 4, P: 4, C: 6)
New drug delivery systems, parenteral solutions, water for injection, pyrogen ity tests, parenteral preparations, contamination, GMP and quality assurance, ophthalmic, nasal and ear preparations, grinding theories and sampling methods, and methods of the particle size determination, the general properties of the powders, definition of preformulation importance and investigation of the organoleptic properties, excipients used in the tablet formulation, compression methods and applications, coating methods, gelatin capsules, stability, packing materials are the main topics.
Pharmaceutical Technology III Lab.
At the completion of this course, the student will have skills in sterilization techniques (aseptic technique, thermal sterilization), compounding sterile preparations, performing end-product sterilization using a filtration method, calculate the millimoles, milliequivalents, and milliosmoles of selected sterile solutions, calculate the quantities of materials needed to compound selected sterile preparations (including the ability to use E-values to prepare isotonic solutions), select proper drug containers and administration sets for sterile products, prepare labels for sterile drug preparations that fulfill legal requirements and help promote the proper use of the medication.

Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1

Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5

Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594
PHR308 Pharmacotherapy 2 0 2 4 PHR 308 Pharmacotherapy (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Introduces the clinical use of medication in the prevention and treatment of disease and serves as a foundation for the delivery of pharmaceutical care. Rational use of available drugs, pharmacoecomics and pay-back system, pharmacogenetics, drugs adverse reactions, effects of drugs on biochemical parameters will be discussed.

Core Textbook: Dipiro, J. T., Talbert, R. L., Yee, G. C., Wells, B. G. (2014), Pharmacotherapy: A pathophysiological approach, 9th Edition, McGraw-Hill Medical, ISBN-10: 0071800530
PHR310 Pharmacology 3 2 0 2 4 PHR 310 Pharmacology III (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Drugs used to treat diseases of central nervous system, autacoids, drugs affecting respiratory, gastrointestinal and endocrine systems will be covered.

Core Textbook: Whalen K. (2014), Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer, ISBN-13: 978-1451191776

Supplementary Textbook: Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (2014), Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 978-0-07-176401-8.
PHR312 First Aid 2 0 2 3 PHR 312 First Aid (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Structure and functions of human body, definition and principles of first aid, basic first aid applications, evaluation of accident environment, transport of casualty, choking, coma, artificial respiration and heart massage, first aid in bleeding, shock, heat stroke, cold exposure epilepsy, bites, fractures, bandage and atelles, first aid legislation will be covered.

Core Textbook: Course Package
PHR314 History of Pharmacy and Deontology 2 0 2 3 PHR 314 History of Pharmacy and Deontology (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
The main topics are origins and evolution of pharmacy through the ages, pharmacy in Turkey, famous pharmacists in the world, discovery of medicines, also notion and rules of deontology, its history and evolution will be covered in the second part of the course.

Core Textbook: Course Package
Total 21 30
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR401 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 2 0 2 4 PHR 401 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Applications of recombinant DNA in the pharmaceutical sciences biotechnology derived protein products, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies and pharmaceutical applications, formulation of pharmaceutical biotechnology products, gene therapy, and viral and non-viral gene therapeutics, cell culture, fermentation and bioreactor systems, usage of transgenic plants and animals for production of biopharmaceuticals, analytical methods used in pharmaceutical biotechnology, role of the pharmacists in dispensing and application of biotechnology products will be covered.

Core Textbook: Groves, M. J. (2006). Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Second Edition, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, ISBN-13: 978-0849318733
PHR403 Pharmaceutical Technology 4 3 3 4 6 PHR 403 Pharmaceutical Technology IV (T: 3, P: 3, C: 4)
Methods of particle size, reduction, grinding theories and sampling methods, the importance of particle size, determination methods of the particle size, the general properties of the powders, definition of preformulation importance and investigation of the organoleptic properties, excipients used in the tablet formulation, compression methods and applications, coating methods, gelatin capsules, stability, packing materials will be covered.
Pharmaceutical Technology IV Lab.
Boric acid tablet, aspirin tablet by direct compression, aspirin tablet by dry granulation, sodium phenobarbital tablet, aspirin-phenacetine-cafeine tablet, ascorbic acid tablet by dry granulation, acetaminophen tablet, ascorbic acid tablet by wet granulation, effervescent bath tablet, effervescent antiacid tablet, antiacid chewing tablet, sustained release aspirin tablet, tablet dissolution test, stability test of aspirin tablet, sugar coating and film coating of solid dosage forms and capsules, formulation designs will be performed.

Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1

Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5
Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594
PHR405 Pharmaceutical Toxicology 3 3 4 5 PHR 405 Pharmaceutical Toxicology (T: 3, P: 3, C: 4)

History and principles of toxicology, toxicity tests, and absorption, distribution, and excretion and biotransformation of toxicants, classification mechanisms of toxic effects, mutagenesis and mutagenic agents, teratogenesis and teratogenic agents, carcinogenesis, carcinogenic agents, allergic reactions and immunotoxic effects, toxicological assessment of drug-drug interactions, hypersensitivity reactions of toxicants and idiosyncratic reactions, general approach to emergency management of poisoning will be covered.
Pharmaceutical Toxicology Lab.
Classification of poisons, qualitative and quantitative analysis methods of toxicant, isolation characterization and toxicity determinations of acidic and alkali drugs from biological samples, qualitative and quantitative analysis and assessment of their toxicities of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, cardiovascular drugs and drugs with low therapeutic index in biological samples will be performed. Also knowledge about poison information centers in Cyprus and Turkey will be given.

Core Textbook: Hayes, A. W., Kruger, G. L. (2014), Hayes’ Principles and Methods of Toxicology, 6th Edition, CRC Press, ISBN-13: 978-1842145364

Supplementary Textbook: Lodola, A., Stadler, J. (2013), Pharmaceutical Toxicology in Practice: A Guide to Non-clinical Development, Wiley, ISBN-13: 978-0470371374
PHR407 Pharmacognosy 3 2 3 3 6 PHR 407 Pharmacognosy III (T: 2, P: 3, C: 3)
This course is continuation of pharmacognosy II.

Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332
Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889
PHR300 Training 2 (Summer) 0 0 0 3 PHR 300 Training III (in summer)
Hospital and /or Community Pharmacy Training: Determination of the drug requirements of the hospital pharmacy, purchasing drugs for the hospital pharmacy, organisation and placement of the pharmacy, meeting the drug requirements of outpatient and inpatient, obtaining knowledge about drug information studies and keeping the records in the pharmacy as well as evaluation of hospital pharmacy’s relationship with the official and unofficial units are included in the content of this course
PHR409 Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care 1 2 3 3 6 PHR 409 Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Care I (T: 2, P: 3, C: 3)
Basics and principles of clinical pharmacy, drug usage in risk group patients and the role of pharmacist in, gastrointestinal system disorders and the role of pharmacist in hepatic disorders, renal disorders, endocrine system disorders will be covered.

Core Textbook: Walker, R., Whittlesea, C. (2011), Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 5th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702042935
PHR413 Elective-Drug Information in Clinical Pharmacy Practice 2 0 2 2 PHR 413 Drug Information in Clinical Pharmacy Practice
Information sources in drug information, clinical pharmacists' counselling and monitoring, oral contraceptive use, clinical use of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs, drug information on anticoagulants, iron preparations, vitamins and minerals, determination and prevention of drug interactions by the clinical pharmacist, drug information in pregnancy and lactation, clinical use of antifungal drugs, pharmacist counselıng in oral hygiene and care, drug-induced nephrotoxicity, drug-induced hepatotoxicity, drug allergy are the main topics.

Core Textbook: Malone, P. M., Kier, K. L., Stanovich, J. E. (2011), Drug information: a guide to Pharmacists, 4th Edition, IP no. 212 .175.119.58
Total 18 32
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR402 Biopharmaceutics 2 0 2 4 PHR 402 Biopharmaceutics Pharmacokinetics (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Absorption mechanisms, physiological and pharmaceutical factors effecting bioavailability and bioequivalence and their calculations, in vivo correlations, compartment models and importance, definition and history of clinical pharmacokinetics, importance of pharmacokinetic models, absorption kinetics, first past effect, estimation methods of bioavailability and bioequivalence, distribution and elimination kinetics, distribution volume, estimation of total clearance, the effect of pathological situations on the pharmakokinetic parameters will be covered.

Core Text: Shargel, L, Wu-Pong, Yu, A. (2012), Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education
PHR404 Research Methods and Skills 2 0 2 3 PHR 404 Research Methods and Skills(T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Research techniques, preparing research aim, presentation of research subjects, literature survey, evaluation of the literature will be presented.

Core Textbook: Course package
PHR406 Law, Ethis and Proffesionalism in Pharmacy Practice 2 0 2 4 PHR 406 Law, Ethics and Proffesionalism in Pharmacy Practice (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
Turkish pharmacy laws and regulations, business ethics, good pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical industry, hospital, pharmacy and patient interactions will be covered. Also, pharmacy legislation, recent acts and regulations, definition of social pharmacy, definitions of health, consumer behavior in prescreption and nonprescription drug choice, patient-physician-pharmacist communication, drug noncompliance and consequences will be covered.

Core Textbook: Kosergarten, D. C., Pissano, D. J., (2006). Pharmacy and Federal Drug Law, McGraw-hill Global Educational Holdings, ISBN: 0-07-146809-9
PHR408 Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care 2 3 2 4 6 PHR 408 Clinical Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Care II (T: 3, P: 2, C: 4)
Respiratory system disorders cardiovascular system disorders, rheumatological disorders, infectious diseases, neurological-psychological disorders, geriatric disorders and the role of pharmacist on these disorders will be covered.

Core Textbook: Walker, R., Whittlesea, C. (2011), Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 5th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702042935
Supplementary Textbook: Alldredge, B. (2012), Koda-Kimble and Young's Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drug, 10th Edition, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1609137137
PHR410 Cosmetology 2 2 3 5 PHR 410 Cosmetology (T: 2, P: 2, C: 3)
Production technologies, properties of dermatolological products, cosmetics which contain active substances, types of products, stability and effectivity tests performed in cosmetic products at standard basis (GMP, GLP etc.) of international regulations, and adverse effects of cosmeceutics will be covered.

Core Textbook: Course package

Supplementary Textbook: Swarbrick, J. (2006) Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology, 3rd Edition, Informa Healthcare
PHR411 Pharmacy Management 2 0 2 3 PHR 411 Pharmacy Management (T: 2, P: 0, C: 2)
This course covers business management and accounting in addition to cost minimization, cost benefit, cost effectiveness and cost utility analysis of pharmaceutical products in medical field.

Core Textbook: Rascati, K. L. (2013), Essentials of Pharmacoeconomics, 2nd Edition, Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins. Philadelphia PA, ISBN-13: 978-1451175936
Dessella, S. P., Zgarrick, D. P. (2005), Pharmacy Management; Essentials for All Practice Settings, New York, NY, the Mcgraw-Hill companies, IP No. 0-07-141869-5
PHRXXX Elective 2 0 2 2
XXX XXX Free Elective 3 0 3 3
Total 20 30
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR400 Training 3 (Summer) 0 0 0 3 PHR 400 Trainning IV (in summer)
Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry.
PHR500 Training 4 0 0 0 2 PHR 504 Training V
Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry.
Drug Analysis and Control Laboratories Training: Analysis of quality control API and of pharmaceutical product (method, materials and equipment, application, evaluation of data) will be performed.
Parenteral Solution Laboratory Training: Organisation and management, working system, methods for the production of parenteral solutions and flow chart, quality control of raw materials and finished product are the main topics.
State Organizations Training: Working systems, knowledge on the programmes used in this center will be covered.
PHR XXX Elective 2 0 2 3
PHRXXX Elective 2 0 2 3
PHRXXX Elective 2 0 2 3
XXX XXX Free Elective 2 0 2 3
PHR501 Graduation Project 1 0 14 7 13 PHR 501 Graduation Project I (T:0, P: 14, C: 7)
The student will prepare a project on specific topic under the supervision of an academic advisor will gain skills in writing a project report
Total 15 30
CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS Prereq. Syllabus
PHR502 Graduation Project 2 0 16 8 16 PHR 502 Graduation Project II (T:0, P: 16, C: 8)
The student will continue on the same project specific topic under the supervision of an academic advisor will gain skills in writing a project report with the data obtained and be able to present the project as a poster or oral presentation in a scientific meeting.
PHR504 Training 5 0 25 12 14 Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry.
Drug Analysis and Control Laboratories Training: Analysis of quality control API and of pharmaceutical product (method, materials and equipment, application, evaluation of data) will be performed.
Parenteral Solution Laboratory Training: Organisation and management, working system, methods for the production of parenteral solutions and flow chart, quality control of raw materials and finished product are the main topics.
State Organizations Training: Working systems, knowledge on the programmes used in this center will be covered.
Total 20 30