The PES College of Pharmacy courses range from diploma to doctorate levels, across several pharmacy-related specializations, as seen in the following details.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)
The PESCP’s full-time Bachelor of Pharmacy program, an undergraduate-level course, runs for 4 years. As part of this program, the aspirants learn the basics of pharmacy. The eligibility norms of this course require the aspirants to have cleared their 10+2 exams while scoring 50% marks in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology or Mathematics subjects. The job options upon successful completion of the B.Pharm course are medical underwriters, pharmacists, medical sales representatives, drug inspectors, and food inspectors – to list a few.
The College’s full-time, 6-year, postgraduate-level Pharm.D program’s eligibility criteria require the candidates to have cleared their 10+2 examination, having subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics or Biology. Pharma.D graduates can have careers in Community Pharmacy, Geriatric Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy Practice, hospital pharmacy, home health care, and government-based organizations - among others.
Pharm.D. Post Baccalaureate
To apply for the 3-year, postgraduate-level, full-time, Pharm.D. Post Baccalaureate course at PESCP, the candidates must pass their 10+2 examinations along with acquiring the B.Pharm degree from recognized State/Central Education Boards. Upon successful completion of the course, the students are eligible to apply for jobs as doctors at hospitals because they receive training on counseling patients. Also, they can work as lecturers in medical colleges.
Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm)
At PESCP, the Master of Pharmacy course is a full-time, 2-year program and post-graduate level program. According to the College’s M.Pharm program’s eligibility criteria, the aspiring candidates should have successfully cleared their 10+2 and B.Pharm exams for applying to the course. The PESCP conducts the M.Pharm course across 5 branches: Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Analysis, and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharma)
The College offers the Diploma in Pharmacy course over a span of 2 years, on a full-time basis. The course is affiliated to the Bangalore University. After successfully completing the course, the candidates can pursue the B.Pharm course. Besides, armed with the D.Pharma certificate, they can avail job options such as Clinical Pharmacist, Hospital Pharmacist, Stockist, Medical Representative, and Forwarding Agent – to list a few.
The PES College of Pharmacy fee structure details pertaining to the respective courses is available for students’ reference purposes. Additionally, if enrolled in the courses, make sure to tender the PES College of Pharmacy fees as per the given deadlines.