How Many Subjects Are There In B-pharmacy?


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The exact number, nature and organization of the subjects taught at B Pharm undergraduate level varies from university to university or college to college. However, as a general rule, all B Pharm courses will cover the following areas in some form or other: Human anatomy and physiology; pharmaceutics; pharmacognosy; pharmaceutical organic and inorganic chemistry; mathematics; biology; computer science; statistics; physical pharmaceutics; pharmaceutical microbiology and biotechnology; patho physiology; applied biochemistry; medicinal chemistry; pharmaceutical jurisprudence; phyto chemistry; pharmaceutical engineering; pharmacology; biopharmaceutics; instrumental and biomedical analysis; toxicology; medicinal chemistry; industrial pharmacognosy. In addition, those studying a B Pharm undergraduate degree will also undertake an elective, which is a piece of original and intensive research. As you can see, the B Pharm undergraduate degree course is very content heavy, and requires a lot of contact time with tutors in the form of theoretical and practical tuition.

The B Pharm is studied all over the world, although it the course itself varies from country to country. The countries in which the B Pharm is studied in some shape or form include India, Pakistan, China, the UK and most places on the continent of mainland Europe. In some countries, the B Pharm is a three year course - in others, it is four or five years long. B Pharm stands for Bachelor of Pharmacy, and it is the basic requirement for those wishing to practice pharmaceuticals in countries all over the world. However, in some countries, the B Pharm has been recently replaced, by degrees and qualifications such as the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D) and the Master of Pharmacy (M Pharm).

The World Health Organization estimates that there are over two and half million practicing pharmacists throughout the world. The field of pharmacy is a popular profession for a number of reasons, including relative job security, the high degree of knowledge required, and interesting nature of the job, in addition to relatively high pay.

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