Pharmacology

Overview

The M.Pharm in Pharmacology program at Anurag University is a two-year postgraduate degree program that focuses on the study of drugs and their effects on biological systems. The program is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of the principles of pharmacology, drug discovery, drug development, and toxicology. It also emphasizes the development of research skills, including experimental design, data analysis, and scientific communication.The program includes both coursework and research components. Coursework covers a range of topics, including pharmacology, toxicology, drug discovery and development, clinical pharmacology, and regulatory affairs. In addition, students are required to complete a research project under the guidance of a faculty member. This project provides students with hands-on experience in designing and conducting experiments, analyzing data, and communicating results effectively.

Outcome Based Education

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of the M.Pharm in Pharmacology program at Anurag University are to produce graduates who are able to apply their knowledge and skills to advance the field of pharmacology, conduct research in drug discovery and development, and communicate their findings effectively.
The Program Outcomes (POs) of the M.Pharm in Pharmacology program at Anurag University include a broad range of skills and knowledge related to pharmacology, including the ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze data, and communicate results effectively.
The Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of the M.Pharm in Pharmacology program at Anurag University include developing skills in drug discovery and development, toxicology, and clinical pharmacology, as well as the ability to work collaboratively in a research environment.

Career Path

pharmaceutical industry
academia
research organizations
government agencies
researchers
drug developers
clinical pharmacologists
regulatory affairs specialists

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