The MSc in Pharmacy Clinical Practice (Community and Primary Care) is designed to offer practicing pharmacists a high degree of flexibility when studying for a postgraduate qualification. We have developed a flexible, modular course combining weekend schools (four per academic year), home learning and work-based assignments.
If you chose to exit the course after the successful completion of the first year (four modules) you will leave with a Postgraduate Certificate.
By completing eight modules you may exit the course with a Postgraduate Diploma at the end of the second year.
Diploma students have up to five years to return to complete the MSc dissertation year.
The course is continually revised to reflect changes and developments in health care policy and practice. It is anticipated that the structure of the course will be updated for 2014/15.