If you have studied in a science or health science related degree at Uni and are looking to shift your career towards the health profession, you can now Fast Track your way straight into 2nd year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, reducing your BPharm degree from four years to three.
To be eligible for fast-track pharmacy, you need to have
* Applicants will normally need to have studied at least two university units amounting to approximately 25% of a full-time study load
Students who enter our fast-track program are required to complete a 7 week summer school unit called CSA112 Transition to Pharmacy Practice.
When: January 5th 2015 – February 20th 2015
What: Weeks 1-4 on-line learning by means of self-paced learning modules, guided reading, self-tests and discussion forums.
Weeks 5-7 on-campus (Sandy Bay). A teaching intensive period of tutorials, workshops, practical classes and work placements.
Successful completion of the 7 week summer school unit will enable students to enter directly into the second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy program.
Find out if you can fast-track your way to a Pharmacy degree today!
Telephone: +61 3 6226 2190
1. Job opportunities!
- Work in health care. Pharmacies are everywhere: hospital, community, locum, rural
- Stick to the sciences. Pharmaceutical companies, medication development, research, academia
- 100% of UTAS Pharmacy graduates get jobs*
2. Help people!
- Apply your skills to make a direct difference to people you know. From life saving research to counselling customers on the correct way to take medication, you will make a difference.
3. Get taught by the real deal
- Many of our staff are practicing pharmacists or actively conducting pharmacy-based research.
- With one of the highest clinical placement hours in the country, we will make sure you leave UTAS workplace ready.
- Our small class sizes mean that you will get a more focussed experience
*Figures are based on data collected through the Graduate Destination Survey in 2008 and 2009
Authorised by the Associate Head, Pharmacy
15 September, 2014