Pharmaceutical analysis (PHARM 2001)

Current methods utilized in pharmaceutical research for the analysis and isolation of drugs and their metabolites. Theories of extraction, solvent partition and forms of chromatography (adsorption, partition, gas, liquid, counter current, ion exchange, gel-filtration and electrophoresis) are discussed.


Interpret primary research literature within the pharmaceutical sciences.

Design appropriate experiments to address generated research questions in the pharmaceutical sciences.

Conduct appropriate experiments to address generated research questions.

Evaluate possible problems in the design and execution of a study in the pharmaceutical sciences.

Describe the drug development process.

Develop appropriate conclusions based on results from research data.

* Highlight denotes properties specific to the Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences track.