Programme structure

The bachelor's of Pharmaceutical Sciences represents 180 credits.

A credit refers to " the volume of work that the student needs to produce to attain the study objectives".

The " major " of the programme consists of basic foundation studies for 60 credits (1st year) and specific studies ( 2nd and 3rd year) for 90 credits.

The major is completed by a course of 30 credits - an option, such as those offered on the "options menu", (advanced studies in Pharmaceutical Sciences), or in the form of a " minor " (an opening course in other disciplines). These courses of 30 credits may be followed on a parallel with the specific course. 

Principal Subjects 

The bachelor's studies enable the student to learn about the functioning of life, from the atom to society.

Atoms, molecules and the systems which govern them 
General Chemistry, Analytical, Inorganic and Organic Life, - Biochemistry - Applied Physics - Biophysics - Processing Applied Data - Instrumental Analysis.

From plant cells to animal cells, from organic tissue to the human being 
General, Cellular, Special and Molecular Biology - Cytology and Histology - Elements of Functional Anatomy - Immunology - Physiology - Microbiology - General Pathology - Botanical Introduction to Pharmacognosy - Medical Biochemistry

Organic Chemistry applied to Medication - Conception of Medication - Pharmacology - Introduction to Pharmacotherapy - Pharmacokinetics and Xeno-biotic Metabolism - Pharmacognosy - Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Man and Society, the individual in the professional world 
Philosophy - English 
Immersion internship in a pharmaceutical milieu and the corresponding introduction courses