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Degree course in PHARMACY (Codice 2018)

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Detail Degree Course Academic year of the educational offer: 2020/2021
School:
  • SCHOOL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
Class:
  • Pharmacy and industrial pharmacy (LM-13)

credits total:300

Educational objectives
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In accordance with the EEC Directive 85/432, the 2nd cycle degree course in Pharmacy provides the theoretical and practical training needed to carry out the profession of Pharmacist, after the relevant professional qualification. The pharmacist should be prepared to perform the duties of a health professional with multi-disciplinary scientific competences (chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, pharmacological, toxicological and technological) within the framework of the national health service. Graduates in Pharmacy are authorized to carry out the following professional activities: professional expert of drugs and health products (including medical devices, diagnostic products and health products, dietary products, herbal products and cosmetics); expert in quality control, storage, preservation and distribution of drugs in the wholesale and pharmacies open to the public and hospital pharmacies, information and advice in the field of drug and over-the-counter products, in direct relationship with the public. Mandatory professional training, in a public pharmacy or in a hospital under the supervision of pharmaceutical services for not less than six months is awarded with 30 credits (equivalent to 750 hours). Course outline. The first four years of the course provide core, class specific and integrative educational activities, as well as "other educational activities" among the ones suggested by the Degree Course and the ones offered by the University. The fifth course year is mostly devoted to practical professional training and to the preparation of the final dissertation. The structure of the course provides students with a gradual and constant progression of their competence level. The specific learning outcomes of the degree course will be achieved through: a) Core activities (mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and medicine) useful for a sound scientific background, introductory to the understanding and advancement in class specific subjects; b) Class specific activities (chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, pharmacological and technological competences), needed to acquire command of the chemical and structural features of active ingredients, pharmaceutical forms and raw materials used for the formulation of therapeutic preparations, as well as of the pharmacological bases of their action, including pharmaco-therapeutic, toxicological aspects, etc.; c) Educational activities aiming at the knowledge of laws and deontological norms useful for the various aspects of professional activity; d) Class related and integrative activities with respect to biology and food chemistry, completing their professional education. Elective activities for 12 credits in total will be also provided, integrating the above mentioned activities. The degree course aims at providing graduates with a good knowledge of English language. All scientific sectors are covered by and adequate number of credits, both at theoretical and experimental level, divided in more course years, thus providing graduates with advanced knowledge and competences in the pharmaceutical sector.
Professional opportunities
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Profile: Pharmacist, Chemist and similar professions, Researcher and Industrial Operator in Pharmaceutical Sciences Functions: The graduate in Pharmacy possesses the solid theoretical and applicative cultural bases of a professional capable of managing the entire sequence of the complex multidisciplinary process which, starting from the design, leads to the production, formulation, control and dispensation of the drug. After obtaining the professional qualification of Pharmacist, he/she can perform all the functions required by law for this profession and in particular: - preparation of the pharmaceutical form of medicines in industry; - control of medicines in a public or private medicine control laboratory; - storage, preservation and distribution of medicines at the wholesale stage; - preparation, control, storage and distribution of medicines in pharmacies open to the public; - preparation, control, storage and distribution of medicines in public or private hospitals (hospital pharmacies); - dissemination of information and advice in the field of medicines, cosmetic, dietetic and nutritional, herbal products, for the maintenance and protection of health status; - formulation, production, packaging, quality and stability control and toxicological evaluation of cosmetic products; - production of pesticides, pesticides and medical aids; - analysis and control of the physical-chemical and hygienic characteristics of mineral waters; - analysis and quality control of food products, including products destined for a particular diet; - production and control of medical devices and medical-surgical devices; - transformation, mixing, concentration and fractionation of parts of plants and their derivatives, both for therapeutic and herbal purposes. Furthermore, graduates in Pharmacy have the possibility, according to the D.P.R. 5.6.2001 n.328, to take the State Examination for the registration to the section A of the Professional Register of Chemists, which allows the exercise of the relative professional activities. The functions that graduates may have in these working areas are mostly related to: planning, research and development; biological analysis, qualitative and quantitative analysis of substances having biological or toxicological activity; production and formulation; quality control; patenting, registration and marketing; promotion, distribution and marketing; management positions of laboratories; everything required by the profession of pharmacist and the profession of chemist. Skills: The skills associated with the pharmacist function are: - knowledge of medicines and substances used for their manufacture; - knowledge of pharmaceutical technology and physical, chemical, biological and microbiological control of medicines; - knowledge of the metabolism and effects of medicines, as well as the action of toxic substances and the use of the medicines themselves; - knowledge enabling to evaluate scientific data concerning medicinal products to be evaluated so that appropriate information can be provided on this basis; - knowledge of the rules and conditions governing the exercise of pharmaceutical activities. Professional opportunities: Graduates in Pharmacy carry out their professional activity at: public or private pharmacies; hospital pharmacies; chemical-pharmaceutical, biotechnological, food, cosmetic and health products industries; CRO (clinical research monitoring company); service company for the pharmaceutical and life science sector; public and private laboratories of chemical-toxicological, environmental and biochemical clinical analysis; industries that operate in the toxicological-environmental field; regulatory agencies; schools, universities and other public and private research institutions.
Final examination features
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The final test consists of the preparation of a written dissertation related to the gathering and critical processing of bibliographic materials or other data related to the course cultural and professional content (compilatory dissertation), or an experimental activity about an original (mono- or multidisciplinary) topic, carried out in a research laboratory in which a member of the Faculty works, or in other public or private facilities, under specific agreements (experimental 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
00133 - GENERAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY course specifications RUBINO (RU) 12.0 1 V A CHIM/03
01115 - COMPUTING SKILLS 4.0 1 G F
19236 - ANIMAL AND PLANT BIOLOGY WITH ELEMENTS OF PHARMACEUTICAL BOTANY - INTEGRATED COURSE course specifications ROSSELLI (PA) 10.0 1 V
ANIMAL BIOLOGY GENTILE (RU) 5.0 C BIO/13
PLANT BIOLOGY ROSSELLI (PA) 5.0 C BIO/15
20692 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS - EQUIVALENT TO LEVEL B1 course specifications 3.0 1 G E
01286 - HUMAN ANATOMY course specifications CAMPANELLA (PA) 6.0 2 V A BIO/16
05211 - MICROBIOLOGY AND HYGIENE - INTEGRATED COURSE course specifications SCHILLACI (PA) 10.0 2 V
HYGIENE COSTANTINO (RD) 3.0 C MED/42
MICROBIOLOGY SCHILLACI (PA) 7.0 A BIO/19
19181 - PHYSICS WITH ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS course specifications D'OCA (RU) 12.0 2 V A FIS/07


Teachings second year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01799 - ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY course specifications BONGIORNO (RU) 6.0 1 V A CHIM/01
01933 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY course specifications BUSCEMI (PO) 10.0 1 V A CHIM/06
09065 - PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS OF DRUGS I course specifications MONTALBANO (PA) MONTALBANO (PA) 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
19389 - PHARMACOGNOSIS course specifications VENTURELLA (RU) 8.0 1 V B BIO/14
20691 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS - EQUIVALENT TO LEVEL B2 course specifications 3.0 1 G E
03379 - HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY course specifications LA GUARDIA (RU) 8.0 2 V A BIO/09
08656 - NUTRITION SCIENCE course specifications DI MAJO (RU) 6.0 2 V A BIO/09
19178 - GENERAL AND MOLECULAR BIOCHEMISTRY course specifications TESORIERE (PO) 12.0 2 V B BIO/10


Teachings third year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01215 - PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS OF DRUGS 2 course specifications RAFFA (PA) RAIMONDI (RU) 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
01873 - MEDICINAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 1 course specifications BARRAJA (PO) 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
19170 - GENERAL CLINICAL PATHOLOGY AND MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY course specifications VASTO (RU) 8.0 1 V A MED/04
01549 - APPLIED (MEDICAL) BIOCHEMISTRY course specifications PINTAUDI (RU) 8.0 2 V B BIO/10
19173 - GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY course specifications POMA (RU) 10.0 2 V B BIO/14
19174 - DIETARY FOOD AND PRODUCTS course specifications DI STEFANO (RU) 6.0 2 V C CHIM/10
19179 - PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY course specifications PITARRESI (PO) 8.0 2 V B CHIM/09


Teachings fourth year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
01870 - MEDICINAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 2 course specifications DIANA (PO) 10.0 1 V B CHIM/08
18982 - PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE I 15.0 1 G S
19171 - PHARMACEUTICAL FORMS course specifications PITARRESI (PO) 8.0 1 V B CHIM/09
19175 - DRUG AND BIOMOLECULE ANALYSIS course specifications MARTORANA (PA) MAGGIO (RU) 8.0 1 V B CHIM/08
07645 - TOXICOLOGY course specifications VENTURELLA (RU) 10.0 2 V B BIO/14
19172 - DRUG REGULATIONS AND GALENICAL PREPARATIONS LABORATORY course specifications PALUMBO (PA) CRAPARO (PA) 10.0 2 V B CHIM/09


Teachings fifth year
credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
08611 - PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II 15.0 1 G S
19168 - BIOTECHNOLOGICAL DRUGS course specifications DIANA (PO) 6.0 1 V C CHIM/08
19169 - DRUG SURVEILLANCE AND ECONOMICS AND MARKETING OF DRUGS course specifications CRAPARO (PA) 8.0 1 V B CHIM/09
05917 - FINAL EXAMINATION 18.0 2 G E
Free subjects (suggested) 12.0 D


Elective activities

Free subjects (suggested) credits Term Val. Area Scientific sector
16467 - BIOCHEMISTRY OF ORGANS AND SPECIALISED TISSUES course specifications PINTAUDI (RU) 6.0 1 V D BIO/10
19167 - COSMETIC PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY course specifications DE CARO (PA) 6.0 1 V D CHIM/09


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