10 Semesters (5 years)


Eligibility Criteria

Intermediate Pre-Medical with minimum 60% marks or equivalent

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Alacrity and competence, the two wheels on which the carriage of modern civilization runs, require rapid recovery and Novel Drug Delivery System to save the host from adverse drug reactions as well as economic repercussions.

TUF Faculty of Pharmaceutical sciences Ability-Based Outcomes (ABOs) are the provision of patient-centered care, population-based caution and promotion of health and wellness in order to apply medical and therapeutic knowledge to pharmacy practice.


• Pharmacist’s role: In the healthcare system is increasing with the development of new drugs, emergence of new resistant microbes and the changes in healthcare delivery systems. Pharm D is the third largest professional healthcare group in the world but they still have a long way to play a significant role in the healthcare milieu of Pakistan.

• Hospital Pharmacy Services: Pharmacists are offered services for dispensing and compounding of the medicines, drug procurement, distribution and therapeutic monitoring.

• Industrial Pharmacy: In the manufacturing units, the Pharmacists have to work in procurement of raw material, quality control, production and quality assertion departments for the development of safe and efficacious pharmaceutical products with cost effective approach.

• University Teaching: This is now- a-days a highly specialized job and needs expertise. The teaching methodology consists of theory, conducting practical and research work during the course of studies.

• Pharmaceutical Marketing: With a strong knowledge of administration and management skills, the pharmacists have risen to the high profile executives at the country level. They are also working and holding top positions even outside the country. This is a highly paying field which adds to the sales promotion of pharmaceutical products for the generation of foreign exchange. Three courses on Marketing, Management and Quality Management in Pharm D would help to develop a good background to achieve this end.

• Regulatory Services: The pharmacists are also working in Provincial as well as in Federal Regulatory Departments to maintain stringent control of the quality, pricing, import and export of drugs and raw materials which are used in the pharmaceutical industries.

• Community Services: Pharmacists are also rendering their services in community pharmacies for handling extemporaneous and non- extemporaneous pharmaceutical products. They are relieving the burden on physicians and surgeons. The patients counseling and guidance is also looked after by them. They are also contributing in EPI (Expanded Program on Immunization) and emergency services i.e. poison control, adverse drug reactions etc.

• Research and Development: It is a very vital field and needs high expertise for the development of drug delivery systems. It is meant for rapid recovery technique, safety of the host and with lesser economic burden on patients. Our physical facilities and faculty are fulfilling the requirements to train such professionals.

• Drug Information Centers: The rational use of the drugs is need of the time and pharmacists in this regard can play very vital role by establishing these centers. People sitting in any area of this Global village may share and have an opinion from the experts. This is surely a new venue for E-commerce as well as service to.

• Drug Testing Laboratories: These are the services rendered by the pharmacists in Provincial and Federal Drug Testing Labs by analyzing the drug samples taken from medical stores, pharmacies and pharmaceutical industries.

• Drug Courts: High profile professionals are essential to constitute the Provincial or Federal Drug Courts as technical members for evaluations of cases and recommendations of penalties according to Drug act.

• Clinical Services: In various Healthcare settings, the Clinical pharmacists evaluate the efficacious drugs and make sure their rationale use. In this way they minimize /eliminate the medication errors to save the general public from health hazards.

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-310 Pharmaceutics-IA (Physical Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-312 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIA (Biochemistry) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-313 Physiology-A 4(3-1) - -
ENG-107 Functional English 3(3-0) - -
ISL-101 Islamic Studies 2(2-0) - -
ETH-100 Ethics 2(2-0) - -
GEN-105 Creative Arts 2(2-0) - -
ISL-103 Teachings of Holy Quran - I NC - -
  Credit Hours : 19 - -

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-315 Pharmaceutics-IB (Physical Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-317 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIB (Biochemistry) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-318 Physiology B 4(3-1) - -
ENG-108 Expository writing 3(3-0) - -
GEN-104 Ideology and constitution of Pakistan 2(2-0) - -
CS-102 Applications of Information & Communication Technology 3(2-1) - -
ISL-104 Teachings of Holy Quran - II NC - -
  Credit Hours : 20 - -

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-410 Pharmaceutics-IIA (Dosage Form Science) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-412 Pharmacology and Therapeutics- IA 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-414 Pharmacy Practice-IA (Pharmaceutical Mathematics) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-311 Pharmaceutical Chemistry –IA (Organic) 4(3-1) - -
PSY-201 Psychology 2(2-0) - -
GEN-202 Environmental Studies 3(2-1) - -
GEN-206 Entrepreneurship 2(2-0) - -
ISL-201 Teachings of Holy Quran - III NC - -
  Credit Hours : 22 - -

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-415 Pharmaceutics-IIB (Dosage Forms Science) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-417 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-IB 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-314 Anatomy & Histology 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-316 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IB (Organic) 4(3-1) - -
STAT-302 Biostatistics 3(3-0) - -
GEN-203 Community Service Learning 2(2-0) - -
ISL-202 Teachings of Holy Quran - IV NC - -
  Credit Hours : 21 - -


Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-511 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIIA (Pharmaceutical Analysis) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-512 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-IIA 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-514 Pathology 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-411 Pharmaceutics-IIIA (Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Immunology) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-413 Pharmacognosy- IA (Basic) 4(3-1) - -
  Credit Hours : 20 - -


Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-510 Pharmacy Practice- IIA (Dispensing Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-517 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-IIB 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-518 Pharmacognosy-IIB (Advanced) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-416 Pharmaceutics-IIIB (Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Immunology) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-516 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIIB (Pharmaceutical Analysis) 4(3-1)
  Credit Hours : 20 - -



Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
GEN-410 Internship 3(0-3) - -


Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-611 Pharmacy Practice- VA (Clinical Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-612 Pharmaceutics-IVA (Industrial Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-613 Pharmaceutics-VA (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-614 Pharmaceutics-VIA (Pharmaceutical Quality Management) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-515 Pharmacy Practice- IIB (Community Social & Administrative Pharmacy) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-610 Pharmacy Practice-IVA (Hospital Pharmacy) 3(3-0) - -
  Credit Hours : 22 - -


Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-616 Pharmacy Practice- VB (Clinical Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-617 Pharmaceutics-IVB (Industrial Pharmacy) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-618 Pharmaceutics-VB (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-619 Pharmaceutics-VIB (Pharmaceutical Quality Management) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-615 Pharmacy Practice-IVB (Hospital Pharmacy) 3(3-0) - -
  Credit Hours : 19 - -


Semester 9

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-710 Pharmaceutics-VIIA (Pharmaceutical Technology) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-711 Pharmacy Practice-VIA (Advanced Clinical Pharmacy-II) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-712 Pharmacy Practice-VIIA (Forensic Pharmacy) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-713 Pharmacy Practice-VIIIA (Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-714 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IVA (Medicinal Chemistry) 4(3-1) - -
  Credit Hours : 18 - -


Semester 10

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours Course Type Prerequisite Course Code
PHARM-715 Pharmaceutics- VIIB (Pharmaceutical Technology) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-716 Pharmacy Practice-VIB (Advanced Clinical Pharmacy-II) 4(3-1) - -
PHARM-717 Pharmacy Practice-VIIB (Forensic Pharmacy) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-718 Pharmacy Practice-VIIIB (Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing) 3(3-0) - -
PHARM-719 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IVB (Medicinal Chemistry) 4(3-1) - -
GEN-402 Research Project 3(0-3) - -
  Credit Hours : 21 - -
  Total Credit Hours: 205 - -