Career Prospects:
The approved Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) curriculum has been designed / formulated to prepare Quality Pharmacists who will have the capacity, up to date knowledge, strong ethical values, behavior, communication, writing and social skills that will enable them to pursue careers in:

  • Drug regulatory affairs
  • Employment within primary care groups
  • As pharmaceutical advisor to health authorities, drug regulatory bodies, health planners and policy makers
  • In education institutions and international epidemiological research organizations
  • As research scientists in Research & Development departments (R&D) for new drug developments
  • As community pharmacist to ensure safe, cost effective and rational use of drugs along with follow up prescription advices to the patients as well as the important role in drug testing laboratories
  • In government regulated hospitals and private clinics as hospital and clinical pharmacists
  • As research scientists in nuclear and forensic science agencies
  • Within pharmaceutical industries as production pharmacists and as marketing managers for sale promotion of drugs
  • As federal & provincial drug inspectors to regulate drug affairs