Pharmaceutical Medicine is a multidisciplinary field. It involves a wide range of professional and technical disciplines, both medical and non-medical.
The subject is broad: it encompasses basic research to identify targets for drug action, pre-clinical development, clinical development and managing clinical trials, pharmacoeconomics and supporting medicine use in the healthcare marketplace.
Our two MSc programmes in Pharmaceutical Medicine are:
These have been designed to cater for the different career paths of individuals working within this specialty. We offer:
- Part-time and full-time modular courses
- Ability to tailor the course to your specific needs and interests
- A flexible structure allowing you to study at times to suit your schedule, and to study modules in the order that you prefer and when you want (part-time only)
- Assessment by course assignments and MCQ examination
- Opportunity to carry out a research project
The teaching programme involves face-to-face teaching, practical workshops and private study. Teaching is delivered by King’s staff and by external experts from regulatory agencies and the biopharmaceutical sector.
Some modules have been accredited by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians.