Pharmacy and pharmaceutical science at Griffith University is comprehensive, innovative and responsive to the needs of the profession and community. The 4 year Bachelor of Pharmacy provides students with a strong understanding of pharmacy practice and pharmacotherapeutics that will lead graduates to registration as a pharmacist after completion of 48 weeks of internship training and compliance with all other statutory requirements.
The 3 year Bachelor of Pharmacology and Toxicology can be studied on its own to provide a career path into the pharmaceutical industry or combined with a Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Laws to give students an even wider range of career choices.
Students with a science or health science degree who are interested in becoming pharmacists can enrol in the Master of Pharmacy. A 2-year, tri-semester program that provides advanced studies in pharmaceutical science, professional and clinical pharmacy practice and pharmacy research.
Our purpose built, state of the art facilities include a professional practice laboratory with a model dispensary, a dedicated formulation laboratory, aseptic dispensing unit and research laboratories. As a result, our graduates are work-ready with the knowledge and skills valued in both industry and health care.
Students interested in research can undertake the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science (Honours), Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy programs which provide research study options across the pharmaceutical, pharmacological, clinical and professional practice areas.
Foundation Year Support
Student Success Advisors
All Griffith undergraduate programs have an appointed Student Success Advisor who will help you settle into life at university. They will be able to direct you to all kinds of support services and assist you to develop problem-solving strategies for academic problems. You can communicate with your advisor via face-to-face drop-in appointments, telephone or email. Students are advised to check in their Student Centre (on the Student Portal) to find the name of their Student Success Advisor.
First Year CoordinatorsThe First Year Coordinator works with the Program Convenor and the Head of School to help provide an effective and satisfying learning experience for first year undergraduate students.
More information for prospective students can be found at the following links: