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The Masters in Pharmacy study cycle is an innovative course that integrates a technical-scientific specialization in the field of Pharmacy, and two optional branches: Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacoepidemiology, and Medicine and Health Products Technology, enabling the student to choose the route that best suits your interests.


The syllabus of the Master's in Pharmacy also includes a curricular unit of Dissertation/Internship (with 60 credits), in the 2nd curricular year, in which students develop a master's dissertation / an internship report, under the guidance of a doctoral professor or specialist.



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727 Pharmaceutical sciences
Number: R/A-Cr 107/2016
No. dispatch/concierge: 10802/2016
1º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Biopharmaceuticals 1st Semester 6.5
Pharmacoepidemiology 1st Semester 4.0
ReD New Drugs and Health Products 1st Semester 4.0
Molecular Modelling and Drug Design 1st Semester 6.5
Drug and Health Products Regulation 1st Semester 4.0
Data Processing And Analysis 1st Semester 5.0
Assessement of the Biological Activity of New Drugs 2st Semester 6.5
Quality Control of Medicines and Health Products 2st Semester 6.5
Health Research 2st Semester 3.5
Nanotechnology in the Development of New Medicines 2st Semester 5.5
Health Communication (optional) 2st Semester 3.5
Pharmacokinetics and Therapeutic Monitoring of Medicines (optional) 2st Semester 3.5
Marketing in Pharmacy (optional) 2st Semester 3.5
Nutrition and Supplementation (optional) 2st Semester 3.5
2º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Dissertation (optional) Annual 60.0
Internship With Final Report Defense (optional) Annual 60.0
  • The Master's course in Pharmacy in the areas of specialization in Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacoepidemiology
  • and Medicine Technology and Health Products, enables professional practice in the different stages of the medicine and health products circuit. Depending on their basic training, they will be able to work in Hospitals, Community Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical, Food and Cosmetics Industry, Pharmaceutical Distribution, Marketing, Teaching, Research.

Holders of a Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy or another course in the area of health or life sciences, or legal equivalent; Holders of a foreign higher academic degree conferred following a 1st cycle of studies organized in accordance with the principles of the Bologna Process by a State adhering to it; Holders of a foreign higher academic degree that is recognized as meeting the objectives of the Bachelor's degree by the Technical-Scientific Council; Holders of a school, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as attesting the capacity to carry out this cycle of studies by the Technical-Scientific Council.