Master's program - Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Welcome students of the Master’s Program Pharmaceutical Sciences!
You might have a number of questions regarding the study program and we would like to get together with you to answer these. For this, we offer an introductory information event taking place on Tuesday 09.10.2018 from 1 p.m. in Seminarraum 1 at the Institute of Pharmacy, Königin-Luise-Str. 2+4.
We are looking forward to welcome you at the institute and wish you a great start!
Pharmaceutical Science is an interdisciplinary science that covers a broad variety of topics including research, development, production, testing and use of medicines, their characterisation and their effects in drug therapy. Pharmaceutical Science combines aspects of different natural sciences - mainly chemistry, biology and physics – with topics of medicine and therapy. Specific subjects of this program include drug discovery and development, testing therapeutic compositions/formulations, investigating drug release systems, determination of drug effects and their monitoring/modelling in patients.
Throughout this program, students learn to deal with complex and current interdisciplinary problems of pharmaceutical drug discovery and development as well as therapeutic use of medicines by employing scientific methods.
The master’s program will provide graduates with deepened scientific knowledge and skills, thus laying the foundation for a career in pharmaceutical research and preparing them for further studies such as a PhD thesis.
Why study here?
So far, Freie Universität Berlin is the only university in Germany offering the master’s program in pharmaceutical research. Under excellent scientific conditions the master’s program prepares students for further research and development activities in the pharmaceutical industry or in scientific institutions.