About The Course
MSU's Bachelor in Pharmaceuticals Technology programme prepares you to become an expert in the production of pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and nutraceutical products. You will also be fully knowledgeable in new product development process, packaging, quality control, quality assurance, factory and laboratory management, warehouse and stock distribution management, and work process design in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The programme curriculum and delivery techniques are designed to ensure that you will have the theoretical and industry knowledge and also the transferable skills needed to be ready for a career in pharmaceuticals technology.
STPM / Matriculation / A-Level / Pre-University / Foundation C (2.50 CGPA) in Biology/Physics and Chemistry
SPM or equivalent CREDIT or equivalent in five (5) subjects including three (3) from Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, English
Diploma (MQF Level 4) in a related field 2.50 CGPA; CGPA below 2.50 may be supported by at least two (2) years (24 months) working experience in a relevant field
South Australia Matriculation (SAM) At least 65-70% of the aggregate or TER / UAI 75
Canadian Pre-University (CPU) At least 80% aggregate
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) Grade B in five (5) subjects
Other qualifications recognized as equivalent by the Government of Malaysia.
- Bioinformatics for Pharmacy
- Bioengineering and Industrial Pharmacy
- Principle of Medical Pharmacology and Microbiology
- Pharmaceutical Calculation
- Basic Good Manufacturing Practice
- Research Instrumentation and Design
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Veterinary Product Therapeutic
- Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
- Industrial Pharmaceutical Internship
- Pharmacy Technologist
- R&D Officer
- Quality Control Officer
KPT/JPS ( N/727/6/0073 ) 04/21
Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceuticals Technology is an ideal pathway into health-related postgraduate programmes offered by MSU's School of Graduate Studies.