Learning outcomes

1.    To be able to apply basic knowledge of natural sciences and biomedicine to pharmaceutical work.
2.    Having a comprehensive knowledge of drug therapy, from the manufacture of drugs to their safe and appropriate use
3.    Realizing employment prospects as well as the role and importance of pharmacists and their duties in the healthcare field
4.    Acquiring the language and communication skills required for pharmaceutical work in various fields
5.    Understand the basic economic principles of business operations and the social functions of health care
6.    Understand the necessity of lifelong learning, have the motivation to enhance experiences and the ability to act in a self-directed, creative, ethical and responsible manner in accordance with the principles of sustainable development
7.    Gain communication and interaction skills with clients and in pharmaceutical and multi-professional groups
8.    The ability to think critically, that is, the ability to evaluate information and apply research findings to work
9.    Having good problem solving skills.