Vision :


The Faculty of Pharmacy at the Nile University will lead the way toward effective local, regional and global
health care by developing innovative teaching practices, advancing research and practice, and merging true
entrepreneurial spirit with care and compassion.
The Faculty of Pharmacy will strive to achieve and maintain national and international recognition for the quality
of professional degree program as well as programs in graduate education and research and to cultivate intellectual
innovation and leadership and advance the practice of pharmacy to transform health care and enhance the lives
of people and communities

 

Mission


The mission of the Faculty of Pharmacy is to prepare graduates to be highly skilled, patient-centered health
professionals capable of providing high quality health care to meet the diverse pharmaceutical care needs of
citizens of Sudan and to serve the profession of pharmacy through a balanced program of education, research,
service and patient care, The Faculty program instills life-long learning, community service and social
responsibilities and fosters cultural sensitivity in all graduates.

 

Values


The Faculty of Pharmacy is committed to the following values:
Responsibility: acting morally, ethically and with integrity, as well as being accountable for one’s actions.
Students, faculty and staff have a duty to adhere to these standards. We also recognize our duty to be
thoughtful stewards of those resources entrusted to us.
Innovation: The Faculty values innovation and provides resources, infrastructure and knowledge to
promote discovery and creation of knowledge that results in the development in more effective products,
processes, technologies new ideas and methodologies that are accepted by the different stakeholders.
Collaboration: The Faculty of Pharmacy explores creative partnership both inside and outside the Faculty
and the University to advance education, research and practice both locally and globally.
Quality: the pursuit of excellence, which is cultivated and assessed through a process of continual quality
improvement.
Professionalism: The demonstrations of structural, attitudinal and behavioral attributes are skills of a
profession and its members. Certain professional attributes, like service orientation, caring, respect for
others, accountability and responsibility for one’s action; integrity, honesty, ethically sound decision
making; and a commitment to life-long learning are fundamental to our functioning as learners, educators,
researchers, scholars and practitioners of pharmacy.

 

 

Code Subject Hours Semester Details
BIO 111 Human Biology 3 1 2+1
PH-GCH 112 General Chemistry 3 1 2+1
MATH 113 Mathematics 2 1 2
PHY 114 Physics 3 1 2+1
ENG 115 Scientific English I 2 1 2
COM 116 Computer Application I 2 1 2
SUD 117 Sudan Culture 2 1 2
ANT 121 Human Anatomy & Histology 3 2 2+1
PH-PYCH 122 Physical Chemistry 3 2 2+1
ENG 123 Scientific English II 2 2 2
PHS 124 Physiology I 3 2 2+1
PH-INP 125 Introduction to Pharmacy 3 2 2+1
COM 126 Computer Application II 2 2 2
PH-INCHEM 127 Inorganic Chemistry 2 2 2
FAD 128 First Aid 2 2 2
PH-BST 211 Biostatistics 2 3 2
PH-POCH 212 Pharmaceutical Org. Chem. I 3 3 2+1
PH-PCT 213 Pharmaceutics I (Physical Pharmacy) 3 3 2+1
PSY 214 Introduction to Psychology & Sociology 2 3 2
PHS 215 Physiology II 3 3 2+1
PH-PHB 216 Pharmaceutical Botany 3 3 2+1
PH-PPR 221 Pharmacy Practice I (Comm. Skills) 2 4 2
PH-ACH 222 Analytical Chemistry 3 4 2+1
PH-POCH 223 Pharm. Org. Chem. II 3 4 2+1
PH-PCT 224 Pharmaceutics II 3 4 2+1
PH-PGS 225 Pharmacognosy 3 4 2+1
BCH 226 Biochemistry I 2 4 2
IMM 227 Immunology 2 4 2
BCH 311 Biochemistry II 3 5 2+1
PH-POCH 312 Pharm. Org. Chem. III 2 5 2
PH-PAN 313 Pharmaceutical Analysis I 3 5 2+1
PH-MIC 314 Pharmaceutical Microbiology I 3 5 2+1
PH-PCT 315 Pharmaceutics III 3 5 2+1
PH-PHT 316 Phytochemistry I 3 5 2+1
PH-PHC 317 Pharmacology I 2 5 2
PTH 318 General Pathology 2 5 2
PH-PPR 321 Pharmacy Practice II (Law & Ethics) 2 6 2
PH-MCH 322 Medicinal Chemistry I 2 6 2
PH-PAN 323 Pharmaceutical Analysis II 3 6 2+1
PH-MIC 324 Pharmaceutical Microbiology II 3 6 2+1
PH-PCT 325 Pharmaceutics IV 3 6 2+1
PH-PHT 326 Phytochemistry II 3 6 2+1
PH-PHC 327 Pharmacology II 3 6 2+1
PPH 328 Systemic Pathology 3 6 2+1
PH-MCH 411 Medicinal Chemistry II 3 7 2
PH-PAN 412 Pharmaceutical Analysis III 3 7 2+1
PH-PCT 413 Pharmaceutics V 3 7 2+1
PH-PHT 414 Pharmacology III 3 7 2+1
PH-PHT 415 Phytochemistry III 3 7 2+1
PH-PPR 416 Pharmacy Practice III (Pharmacy
Management & Pharmacoeconomics)
2 7 2
PH-MCH 421 Medicinal Chemistry III 2 8 2
PH-CPH 422 Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics I 2 8 2
PH-PAN 423 Pharmaceutical Analysis IV 3 8 2+1
PH-PCT 424 Pharmaceutics VI 3 8 2+1
PH-PHC 425 Pharmacology IV 3 8 2+1
PH-ALM 426 Complementary & Alternative Medicine 2 8 2
PH-PPR 427 Pharmacy Practice IV (Community
Pharmacy& Responding to
Symptoms)
2 8 2
PH-MBIO 428 Molecular Biology 2 8 2
PH-CPH 511 Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics II 3 9 2+1
PH-PHC 512 Pharmacology V 3 9 2+1
PH-PPR 513 Pharmacy Practice V (Hospital Pharmacy) 2 9 2
PH-TEC 514 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology &
Bioinformatics
3 9 2+1
PH-MCH 515 Medicinal Chemistry IV 2 9 2
PH-RES 516 Research Methods & Biostatistics 3 9 2+1
PH-PAN 517 Pharmaceutical Analysis V 3 9 2+1
PH-PCT 518 Pharmaceutics VII (Advance Delivery Systems,
cGMP Concepts and Radio-pharmacy)
2 9 2
PH-CPH 521 Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics III 6 10 3+3
PH-PHC 522 Pharmacology VI (Clinical Toxicology &
Pharmacovigilance)
3 10 2+1
PH-MCH 523 Medicinal Chemistry V (Chemotherapy and
Drug discovery & Design)
3 10 2+1
PH-RES 524 Research Project 4 10 0+4

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