Certificate in pharmaceutical Sciences

A certificate in pharmaceutical sciences will typically require students to complete a series of courses or modules, which may be delivered in a traditional classroom setting. The program may also require students to complete a research project  in a pharmaceutical company or research institution.

Upon completion of the program, students will have gained a strong foundation in the fundamental principles of pharmaceutical science, and will be prepared for entry-level positions in the industry, Dispersary, Health Center, Community Pharmacy, or for further studies in pharmaceutical or related fields.

Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences

A Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences is a specialized program that focuses on the science of drugs and medications. It is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the pharmaceutical industry, drug development, and the various processes involved in producing safe and effective medications.

Throughout the program, students may participate in laboratory work, where they learn how to prepare different types of drugs and medicines, perform quality control tests, and analyze drug samples. They may also gain practical experience in  drug manufacturing processes, packaging, labeling, and dispensing as well as providing pharmaceutical care in health care institutions. 

Upon completing the Diploma in Pharmaceutical Science, graduates may pursue a range of career paths in the pharmaceutical industry, hospital, community pharmacy, health centre, and dispensary.