Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Control

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Schedule:
During the day
Run time:
One year FT, two years PT (one day per week), September to September.It should be noted that for PT students, private study is required at home in the evenings or at weekends to fulfil the learning outcomes.
Completion:
MSc
Location type:
Open

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This is a science-based programme, for pharmacists and other chemical graduates, concerned with the quality assurance and quality control of products as molecular entities. The course utilises well-equipped laboratories for hands-on time with a range of modern techniques and instruments. In many cases the programme leads to further research, work in R&D laboratories and employment within regulatory agencies.

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Description

This is a science-based programme, for pharmacists and other chemical graduates, concerned with the quality assurance and quality control of products as molecular entities. The course utilises well-equipped laboratories for hands-on time with a range of modern techniques and instruments. In many cases the programme leads to further research, work in R&D laboratories and employment within regulatory agencies.

Watch the video here, or access the 'interactive' tab to view at a larger size and see any alternative films playOverviewVideo('/prospectus/images/home.jpg','http://podcast.ulcc.ac.uk/accounts/kings/KCL_Marketing/Biomedical_1.flv','true','details_14'); KEY BENEFITS

  • Located in the centre of London housed in an institute that is renowned for its international research profile.
  • Well equipped laboratories allowing students lots of 'hands-on' time for a range of modern techniques and instruments.
  • Students learn about Quality Assurance (QA), Quality Control (QC) and regulatory affairs which are crucial aspects when working in industry.
  • Opportunity to undertake an extended project of interest in the laboratories of internationally rated scientists.

PURPOSETo provide pharmacists and other chemical or related science graduates with the necessary knowledge and expertise in pharmaceutical analysis and the scientific principles underlying quality control for a career in the pharmaceutical industry, health service, research institutes or regulatory authorities. The programme is science-based concerned with the Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) of products as molecular entities.

DESCRIPTIONOur advanced programme is concerned with the science and application of modern and traditional techniques for analysis of pharmaceutical products to support the discovery and development of better medicines and provide regulatory data ensuring product integrity.

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