The Faculty of Pharmacy was established by a ministry of higher education decree in 2020 in Erbil City of Kurdistan Region of Iraq. It is a five years under-graduated programmes that are designed according to bologna system which include updated courses in pharmaceutics, clinical pharmacy, clinical pharmacokinetic, therapeutics, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmacology, pharmacoeconomic, toxicology, pharmacognosy, clinical microbiology, clinical biochemistry, physiology, pathology, histology, human biology, genetics, immunology, anatomy, hospital training and quality control, in addition to courses in english, mathematics, and computer science.
The college will be a leader in education, research, service and pharmacist delivered patient care in a diverse society to develop life-long learners, to improve health outcomes and significantly advance scientific discovery.
- To provide sufficient understanding of scientific principles and techniques of pharmaceutical sciences
- To develop commitment for the quest of science
- To provide comprehensive knowledge and experience
- To provide exposure to latest techniques and technologies
- To teach pharmacy ethics to students
- To cater manpower for globally growing pharmaceutical industry and for implementation of drug laws for compliance to regulatory norms.
- To encourage high quality research in drug discovery in collaboration with industries.
- To empower our students to meet global challenges in pharmacy profession through excellence in education.
Inculcating timeless values of caliber, competence, confidence and conscience in budding pharmacists
Indoctrinate quality in all aspects of pharmacy education thereby enabling provision of better healthcare services.
To graduate good clinical pharmacists to have ability for managing of drug interventions and improve appropriateness of prescribing and persuade doctors about correct prescriptions.
Profession of Pharmacy is focused on the research, production, control, supply, and dispensing of medicines and drugs.