Charles Sturt University
The Bachelor of Pharmacy combines studies in chemistry and biology along with practical instruction in community and hospital pharmacy, dispensing, medication management and health counselling. Students also learn the 'soft skills' that allow pharmacists to work effectively with people of all ages and backgrounds, including communication and interpersonal skills, time management, decision-making and problem-solving. Students may also participate in specialist areas of study such as rural health, vaccination training and international programs.
Pharmacy. Students may participate in specialist areas of study (eg mental health, rural health, vaccination training) and international programs during the course.
Pharmacist in community and hospital pharmacies, the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory bodies.
Accredited with the Australian Pharmacy Council. Pharmacists registered with the Pharmacy Board of Australia are able to practise throughout Australia.
Placements in community and hospital pharmacy practices and the pharmaceutical industry.
The Australian Government subsidises the tuition fee for this course. The remaining balance is paid by the student. Current Charles Sturt University fee information.
Assumed knowledge: Chemistry, Mathematics Advanced.
Recommended studies: Biology.
Refer to the Charles Sturt University general admission criteria.
View all details of this course on the CSU website.
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Study Link is Charles Sturt University’s Preparation for University program offering a suite of over 20 short, self-paced subjects that have been designed to help build academic skills, fill knowledge gaps and give you practical experience in studying online. You will have access to a dedicated subject coordinator to help your transition to university study and you can enroll in Study Link subjects at a time that suits you.
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