Department Of Pharmacology And Clinical Pharmacy
The Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics started as department of pharmacy and pharmacology under the faculty of science and later became department of pharmacology and clinical pharmacy.
The department offers courses to undergraduate students from the faculty of pharmaceutical sciences (B.Pharm.), where it is housed, as well as the faculty of medicine (MBBS, BSc Anatomy, BSc Physiology, Nursing Sciences). The department also offers postgraduate training in pharmacology at both MSc and PhD level. A new programme (PGD Pharmacology) is in the offing from 2012/2013 session.
The current Head of Department is Dr. Nuhu M. Danjuma (MPharm (UKR), PhD (ABU)/Senior Lecturer
Instil in the students a sense of appreciation of the Pharmacology program and involve them in intellectually stimulating and satisfying experience of learning and study
Instil in the student the dynamic value of the Pharmacology profession, which makes life long learning a necessity.
Develop in the student the ability to apply Pharmacological knowledge in Health Care Delivery System.
Provide to the student a broad and balanced foundation in all areas of Pharmaceutical knowledge
Provide students with Pharmaclogical knowledge and skills to identify and solve drug related problems. The knowledge includes Human and Veterinary related drug therapeutic problems.
Provide students with adequate knowledge and appropriate skills from which they can proceed to acquire more knowledge in specialised areas of Pharmacology.
The philosophy of the Pharmacology program is to produce educated persons and well trained professionals that will be able to provide relevant pharmaceutical services to the public.Go to Top
Academic ProgrammesM.Sc. Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy
Ph.D. Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy
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