M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis

M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis

Along with industry trends, standards like ISO, ICH, and Six Sigma, and the relationship between quality assurance and pharmaceutical specializations, this programme also examines the work and ideologies of influential figures in the sector.

Pharmaceutical Analysis is a sector of the healthcare sector that handles the manufacture, testing, and quality control of medications and medicines.

Scope of Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis)

The program is suited to give pharmacy graduates the analytical abilities for the pharmaceutical production sector. It offers the student a solid grasp of the fundamentals of pharmaceutical analysis, provides essential auxiliary research methods, and illustrates its use in real-world scenarios.

The programme helps students get the skills they need to work in the pharmaceutical industry on cutting-edge analytical methods, instruments, analytical method development, validation, analytical research, and meeting international standards.

Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis)

Following an M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Analysis, there are many varied career options. Expertise and demand in India decide the M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Analysis's field of study. Jobs for graduates with a Master of Sciences in Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Analysis may be found across several industries. The following are the most typical M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Analysis job opportunities:

  • Teacher
  • Drug Inspector
  • Medical Transcriptionist
  • Analytical Chemist
  • Health Care Unit Manager
  • Customs Officer

Programme offered at

  • GITAM School of Pharmacy, GIMSR Campus
  • GITAM School of Pharmacy, Hyderabad Campus

Duration of the programme

  • 2 Years

Check Eligibility

  • Pass in B.Pharm. from a recognized university with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade and score obtained in GAT (PG Pharmacy) - 2022.


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