To provide highly qualified and well trained graduate Pharmacists to the nation. This integrates the scientific, clinical and professional aspects of appropriate pharmaceutical disciplines in order to provide a comprehensive introduction to pharmaceutical knowledge.
To develop student abilities to
(a) safely design, undertake and interpret practical experiments and
(b) to collect, interpret and critically assess relevant pharmaceutical information in order to enhance their ability to assemble, evaluate and communicate such data.
To develop the knowledge, skills and qualities which will allow students to progress through pre-registration training in order to practice as Pharmacists in all branches of the profession or as pharmaceutical scientists within industry or the hospital service, to contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of the nation, and to provide a base for a continued involvement in lifelong learning.