BSc Hons Pharmacology

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BSc Hons Pharmacology

University of Strathclyde (Glasgow)
  • £ 20650
    1st year fees
  • Unkown
  • Campus
  • Bachelor
  • 4 years


BSc Hons Pharmacology is a 4 years Bachelor program taught at University of Strathclyde (Glasgow), . The program is offered in campus-based modes with full Time options. To successfully obtain BSc Hons Pharmacology from University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) you are required to complete credit hours. After completion of BSc Hons Pharmacology you will be able to further continue for advance studies or start career as Pharmacologist, Clinical Pharmacologist.

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements for admission in BSc Hons Pharmacology at University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:

  • program specific academic requirment set by University of Strathclyde (Glasgow).
  • English Language OR any other language requirments as set by University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) as pre-requiste for admission in BSc Hons Pharmacology.

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Courses Units

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More Information

Pharmacology is a vibrant area of biomedical science that studies drug action (how medicines and other drugs work and are processed by the body).

Drug action affects all of us in one way or another, through the medicines that we take, the effects alcohol or caffeine consumption or the inadvertent exposure to poisons and environmental pollutants, as well as many other aspects of modern life such as drug addiction and drug abuse including the abuse of drugs in sport.

Pharmacological knowledge and understanding improves the lives of millions of people across the world by providing vital answers at every stage of the discovery, testing and clinical use of new medicines. The ability to use medicines effectively, to maximise their benefit and minimise risk and harm, relies on this knowledge. As new diseases emerge, and older medicines - most notably antibiotics - no longer work as well, the contribution of pharmacology to finding better and safer medicines becomes all the more vital.

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