Masters in Medicine & Health



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Don’t listen to loud quacks that would rather treat your migraine with an apple - you need medicine! Proper training in Pharmacy is the way to go. As a subdiscipline of Medicine, Pharmacy is the science that focuses on the techniques of preparing and dispensing drugs. Think of a more legal Walter White, working in much safer conditions.

Your degree, be it Bachelor’s or Master’s, will entail spending time in laboratories, researching and learning about the chemistry involved in the development of medication. Some of the courses covered by this degree consist of:

• Pharmaceutics
• Medicinal Chemistry
• Pharmacognosy
• Pharmacy Practice

Considering everybody needs pharmacists at some point in their life, the fields you can find yourself in are vast and very diverse. Some of these are:

• Community, Clinical, Veterinary, Military or Specialty Pharmacy
• Pharmacy Informatics
• Pharmacology
• Science Writing
• Toxicology
• International Institutions with Health Care Professionals

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Suggested Masters in Pharmacy

Master Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

Heterocyclic compounds are presumably the largest class of organic compounds, obtaining great diversity in chemical and physical properties. Thus, heterocycles found wide applicability in pharmacy, agrochemicals, electronics, etc. The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds programme is delivered by RUDN University.

Postgraduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma in Medicinal Chemistry

The Online Postgraduate Diploma in Medicinal Chemistry at The Open University UK teaches students the fundamental notions of drug development, by discovering the connections between diseases and effective medicinal practices. Some of the courses students will attend are on molecules in Medicine, the road from concept to clinic, and developing researching skills in science.

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M.Sc. Addiction Studies

The King's College London's MSc in Addiction Studies provides postgraduate education in addictions, with a particular emphasis on recent biological, psychological and socio-environmental advances in the conceptualisation of drug use and addiction and its effective prevention. 

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M.Sc. Pharmacology

At GCU, you'll develop a comprehensive understanding of the science behind drugs and their effects on the human body – and master the cutting-edge techniques, laboratory bench skills and critical thinking approaches you need to succeed. The Pharmacology programme is offered at Glasgow Caledonian University.

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