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    Treforest campus, Pontypridd Logo
  • Study Type

    Full time available

  • Subject Areas

    Chemistry

    Medicine

  • Start Date

    September

  • Course Duration

    1 year

  • Course Type

    MSc

  • Course Fees

    TBC

  • Last Updated

    29 November 2017

Course content

What you will study

Students who have completed our BSc Pharmaceutical Science degree will follow Route A; all other students will follow Route B.

Route A: MSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry degree

  • Toxicology
  • Advanced Quality Control and Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Advanced Formulation Science
  • Advanced Separation Science
  • Project Design, Management and Enterprise with Prince 2 qualification
  • Major Project, Professional Practice for Pharmaceutical Chemists
  • Advanced Research Topics in Chemistry

Route B: MSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry degree

  • Advanced Drug Design and an Introduction to Formulation Science
  • Advanced Formulation Science
  • Quality Assurance in the Manufacture and Distribution of Medicines
  • Advanced Separation Science
  • Project Design, Management and Enterprise with Prince 2 qualification
  • Major Project, Professional Practice for Pharmaceutical Chemists
  • Advanced Research Topics in Chemistry

 

Teaching

The MSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry course is delivered primarily in block mode. A blended learning and teaching approach is used to provide you with key and subject specific skills. Typically all modules will consist of a mix of lectures, tutorials, and workshops/practical laboratory sessions. Students are provided with numerous learning activities including written coursework; project work; group work; practicals (with group sizes tailored to the activity); problem solving sessions; self­-study assignments; oral and poster presentations; independent study; work related learning and on-line self assessments.

The pharmaceutical chemistry course is full time for one year, and each module is generally around 48 hours of contact spread over two to three weeks. The first term is spent doing mainly taught modules, the second term is for the work placement/project.

Assessment

Assessments are undertaken on an individual, pair or small group basis, and include:

  • Formal unseen closed-book examinations
  • In-class tests
  • Laboratory/practical reports and skills
  • Oral presentations
  • Themed portfolios of work
  • Essays and dissertations
  • Computer assignments
  • Project work including planning, conducting, documenting and reporting
  • Overall monitoring of safe practice in the laboratory

Visit the Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MSc) page on the University of South Wales website for more details!

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