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Degree course in PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGIES (Codice 2013)

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Detail Degree Course Academic year of the educational offer: 2012/2013
School:
  • SCHOOL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
Class:
  • Pharmacy and industrial pharmacy (LM-13)

credits total:300

Educational objectives
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The single cycle five-year Degree course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies (CTF) aims at training graduates possessing the necessary scientific grounding to work in the pharmaceutical industry and in healthcare industry at large. This course, in particular provides advanced theoretical and practical training in all the areas of the multidisciplinary process which starts form the design of potentially active molecules and brings to the synthesis, experimentation registration, production, control and marketing of drugs, in accordance with the rules of Italian and European Pharmacopoeias. The Degree course also provides the training needed to carry out the professional practice of Pharmacist, at regional and hospital level, and, in general, of consulting, promotion and drug distribution. Graduates of this course, in accordance with the CE Directive 85/432, may take the qualification examination for the profession of pharmacist. The Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and technologies also permits graduates to take the national examination for the registration to section A of the Professional Registrar of Chemists, in accordance with the Decree of the President of Republic n. 328, of 05/06/2001. To achieve its educational objectives, the single cycle Degree Course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies provides students with: 1) Solid grounding in core scientific (mathematical, physical, chemical, biological, medical) subjects, capable of having a scientific approach to problem solving. 2) Advanced knowledge of the chemical and biological characteristics needed to design new biologically active molecules; 3) The capability of applying the acquired multidisciplinary scientific knowledge to the synthesis of new active ingredients; 4) The capability of developing and applying protocols for the quality control of drugs and healthcare products; 5) The capability of applying scientific and technological knowledge to the preparation and control of pharmaceutical formulae; 6) Knowledge of the national and supranational legislative frameworks relevant for the marketing of raw materials, drugs and healthcare products; 7) The necessary knowledge and learning skills to tackle PhD courses related to the relevant professions. The structure of the first four years of the course provides students with a gradual and constant progression of their competence level. The course is structured as a single five-year cycle, with four years of full time theoretical and practical teaching. The fifth course year is mostly devoted to practical professional training and to the preparation of the final dissertation. The course provides: a) Core scientific and technological competences to be applied in drug dosage and identification, in purity tests and in the preparation of galenical drugs; b) The ability to applied the acquired knowledge to professional practice in a public pharmacy or hospital pharmacy, in accordance with specific agreements, under the guidance of a supervising pharmacist, for at least 6 months (30 credits). The 2nd cycle Degree Course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technologies, divided in curricula, also provides students with: - Advanced methodological training providing the planning abilities and the chemical-pharmacological-technological knowledge needed to carry out research activities in universities as well as in public and private laboratories; - The possibility of acquiring other useful knowledge with respect to the production, packaging, quality and stability control and to the evaluation of pharmaceutical products. An adequate number of credits is given to each class specific scientific sector, both at theoretical and experimental level; credits are spread throughout course years , thus providing graduates with advanced and complete knowledge and competences in the pharmaceutical sector.
Professional opportunities
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Graduates in Pharmacy, upon passing the relevant certification, can carry out, in accordance to EEC D Directive 85/432, the profession of pharmacist. The most important career opportunities for pharmacists imply the exercise of the following professional activities: - Preparation of dosage form of drugs; - Fabrication and testing of medicinal products; - Drug control in control laboratories; - Storage, preservation and distribution of drugs in the wholesale stage; - Preparation, testing, storage and distribution of medicinal products in public pharmacies; - Preparation, testing, storage and distribution of drugs in hospitals (hospital pharmacies); - Dissemination of information and advice on drugs and health protection. Graduates of this course are healthcare professionals who, thanks to their multidisciplinary (chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, pharmacological, toxicological and technological) skills, contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the National Healthcare System, thus responding to the changing needs of the society. In addition, the qualification to the profession of Chemist, enables graduates, according to DPR June 5, 2001 n. 328, to register in the Section A of the Chemists professional board, for the exercise of the following professional activities: - Chemical analysis by any method and for any purpose; - Management of chemical laboratories performing chemical analyses; - Testing of non-hazardous or hazardous chemicals.
Final examination features
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It consists of the presentation and discussion of a dissertation related to an experimental activity on an original monodisciplinary or multidisciplinary topic, carried out at a research laboratory involving a Professor of the Faculty or at other public or private facilities in accordance to specific agreements (experimental dissertation) The course educational regulations describe the rules for requesting a dissertation, for assigning a dissertation topic and for evaluating the dissertation. The original dissertation, prepared by the student under the guidance of a supervising professor is publicly discussed in front of a Board of Professors, and final mark will be awarded out of 110.


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Teachings first year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01900 - GENERAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY GIRASOLO (RU)GIRASOLO MARIA ASSUNTA 8.0 1 V A CHIM/03
04677 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE 6.0 1 G E
13167 - MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS - INTEGRATED COURSE BARTOLOTTA (PO)BARTOLOTTA ANTONIO 16.0 1 V
MATHEMATICS BARTOLOTTA (PO)BARTOLOTTA ANTONIO 8.0 A FIS/07
PHYSICS BARTOLOTTA (PO)BARTOLOTTA ANTONIO 8.0 A FIS/07
15545 - ANIMAL AND PLANT BIOLOGY GRIMAUDO (PA)GRIMAUDO STEFANIA 8.0 1 V A BIO/13
01115 - COMPUTING SKILLS 4.0 2 G F
01286 - HUMAN ANATOMY CAMPANELLA (PA)CAMPANELLA CLAUDIA 6.0 2 V A BIO/16
03148 - PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOGNOSIS NOTARBARTOLO DI VILLAROSA (PA)NOTARBARTOLO DI VILLAROSA MONICA 6.0 2 V B BIO/14
05213 - GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY SCHILLACI (PA)SCHILLACI DOMENICO 6.0 2 V A BIO/19


Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01211 - PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS OF DRUGS BARRAJA (PO)BARRAJA PAOLA BARRAJA (PO)BARRAJA PAOLA 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
01542 - BIOCHEMISTRY ALLEGRA (PA)ALLEGRA MARIO 10.0 1 V B BIO/10
01933 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY PALUMBO PICCIONELLO (PA)PALUMBO PICCIONELLO ANTONIO 10.0 1 V A CHIM/06
01639 - MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TESORIERE (PO)TESORIERE LUISA 6.0 2 V B BIO/11
01799 - ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY BONGIORNO (RU)BONGIORNO DAVID 8.0 2 V A CHIM/01
01874 - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CIOFALO (RU)CIOFALO MAURIZIO 8.0 2 V A CHIM/02
05070 - PHYSICAL METHODS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CERAULO (PO)CERAULO LEOPOLDO 8.0 2 V C CHIM/06


Teachings third year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01832 - FOOD CHEMISTRY AVELLONE (RU)AVELLONE GIUSEPPE 8.0 1 V C CHIM/10
01873 - MEDICINAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 1 ALMERICO (PO)ALMERICO ANNA MARIA 8.0 1 V B CHIM/08
13175 - GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY (MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY) - INTEGRATED COURSE LA GUARDIA (RU)LA GUARDIA MAURIZIO 14.0 1 V
GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY LA GUARDIA (RU)LA GUARDIA MAURIZIO 8.0 A BIO/09
PATHOLOGY (MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY) LA GUARDIA (RU)LA GUARDIA MAURIZIO 6.0 A MED/04
01205 - DRUG ANALYSIS DIANA (PO)DIANA PATRIZIA CIRRINCIONE (PQ)CIRRINCIONE GIROLAMO 10.0 2 V B CHIM/08
03153 - PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY CANNIZZARO (PA)CANNIZZARO CARLA 8.0 2 V B BIO/14
13181 - PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY, SOCIOECONOMICS AND REGULATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY OF PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS - INTEGRATED COURSE GIAMMONA (PO)GIAMMONA GAETANO CAVALLARO (PO)CAVALLARO GENNARA 12.0 2 V
PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY, SOCIOECONOMICS AND REGULATIONS GIAMMONA (PO) 6.0 B CHIM/09
TECHNOLOGY OF PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS CAVALLARO (PO) 6.0 B CHIM/09


Teachings fourth year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01868 - APPLIED PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY LICCIARDI (PA)LICCIARDI MARIANO 8.0 1 V B CHIM/09
01870 - MEDICINAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 2 CIRRINCIONE (PQ)CIRRINCIONE GIROLAMO 8.0 1 V B CHIM/08
05184 - SPECIAL METHODOLOGIES IN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS LAURIA (PA)LAURIA ANTONINO LAURIA (PA)LAURIA ANTONINO 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
08437 - PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY PLESCIA (RU)PLESCIA FULVIO 6.0 1 V B BIO/14
Optional subjects 18.0 B
Free subjects (suggested) 12.0 D


Teachings fifth year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
07553 - PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 30.0 1 G S
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 28.0 2 G E


Elective activities

Optional subjects credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01548 - APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY ALLEGRA (PA)ALLEGRA MARIO 6.0 2 V B BIO/10
01682 - PHARMACOLOGICAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES PLESCIA (RU)PLESCIA FULVIO 6.0 2 V B BIO/14
13186 - ADVANCED MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY AND DRUG DESIGN - INTEGRATED COURSE MARTORANA (PA)MARTORANA ANNAMARIA 12.0 2 V
DRUG DESIGN TUTONE (PA)TUTONE MARCO 6.0 B CHIM/08
ADVANCED PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY MARTORANA (PA)MARTORANA ANNAMARIA 6.0 B CHIM/08
13368 - ADVANCED PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL PLANTS - INTEGRATED COURSE LICCIARDI (PA)LICCIARDI MARIANO 12.0 2 V
PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL PLANTS LICCIARDI (PA) 6.0 B CHIM/09
ADVANCED PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY CAVALLARO (PO) 6.0 B CHIM/09


Free subjects (suggested) credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
05174 - ADVANCED METHODOLOGIES IN PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY DIANA (PO)DIANA PATRIZIA 6.0 2 V D CHIM/08
07711 - DRUG VEHICULATION AND TARGETING PALUMBO (PA)PALUMBO FABIO SALVATORE 6.0 2 V D CHIM/09
13266 - ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FONTANA (RU)FONTANA GIANFRANCO 6.0 2 V D CHIM/06
13350 - DRUG SURVEILLANCE AND PHARMACOECONOMICS CRAPARO (PA)CRAPARO EMANUELA FABIOLA 6.0 2 V D CHIM/09
16467 - BIOCHEMISTRY OF ORGANS AND SPECIALISED TISSUES PINTAUDI (RU)PINTAUDI ANNA MARIA 6.0 2 V D BIO/10


Explaination
Term Term/Semester
Val. Valutation: V = mark in 30/30, G = note
(*) Teaching attended in english
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