BP311 - Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Plan: BP311P23 - Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Campus: Bundoora Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

BP311 Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences courses are designed to contribute to the following program learning outcomes:

  1. Apply a breadth and depth of pharmaceutical science knowledge, concepts and evidence in various real world settings using a scientific approach.
  2. Apply systematic thinking and a range of high-level analytical skills using a blend of digital and traditional tools and technologies to solve complex scientific and medical problems related to pharmaceutical science
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of the regulatory frameworks relevant to pharmaceutical sciences and exhibit safe and ethical conduct.
  4. Communicate clearly and effectively with diverse audiences utilising contemporary and traditional formats on topics related to pharmaceutical science employing integrity, inclusivity, and culturally safe practices
  5. Demonstrate critical reflection skills, responsibility and accountability for own learning and professional practice as part of a multidisciplinary team. 
  6. Apply and demonstrate the concepts of cultural intelligence and cultural safety to practice, with consideration of First Nations peoples’ knowledge and the global community in all aspects of work.
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