Honours gives you the chance to start developing your research skills and to advance your skills in a specialised area of pharmacy.
At Pharmacy we offer honours programs at both undergraduate, graduate and professional level. That means you have the choice to either start honours in the third year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy or commence honours any time after you have graduated and commenced work as a pharmacist.
The undergraduate honours program allows you to build on the knowledge you have already gained from your Bachelor of Pharmacy by incorporating a research project into your final two years of study. This gives you a head start on your research career.
If you already have a degree in pharmacy and you have always aspired to complete a Research Higher Degree then you should consider starting a research project as part of the Honours Graduate Program. This will provide a strong foundation for your research career.
This course is designed for recent pharmacy graduates (currently completing or recently completed intern training) to gain a professional edge on their peers, prepare for their APC and AHPRA board exams, and to develop knowledge and skills that can be applied in the workplace as they learn.
This course is designed with the professional pharmacist in mind to maximise their clinical knowledge and skills in order to progress their career and continue to provide the community with competent professionals.
Authorised by the Associate Head, Pharmacy
14 November, 2014