This degree develops your understanding of how medicines impact, improve and change people’s lives. You’ll gain knowledge of our healthcare system and how pharmacists support patient care.
Based in Bendigo, you’ll have access to our on-campus training pharmacy, where you’ll practise patient communication skills and learn how to work as the link between medical practitioners and the public.
In the first two years of your course you’ll study science fundamentals along with introductory pharmacy practice subjects. For the remaining three years, you’ll focus on specific pharmacy subjects such as legislation and practice, therapeutics, complementary medicine and the quality use of medicines. You’ll also examine public health issues in rural and remote Australia, and graduate with an Honours level degree.
During your degree, you’ll participate in a range of community and hospital placements where you’ll develop practical pharmacy skills.