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Aljouf University

College of Pharmacy


About College

1432
-
2011









About

College
:


Pharmacy

College

at

the University of

established

under

Royal
Decree No.

(
1086
/

m

b
) and the
date

26/1/1428

H
(14/2/2007
,

and

was crowned

created

with the consent
of

the Custodian of

the Two
Holy

Mosques

on the

decisions of

the Higher Education Council

at

its

forty
-
fourth session
, containing the
adoption of

the
establishment of

departments of the college
.

It consists of five

departments
:

1.

Department of

Clinical
Pharmacy.

2.

Department

of Pharmaceutics
.

3.

Department of

Pharmacology
.

4.

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
.

5.

Department of Pharmacognosy
.

For

the undergraduate program

in

pharmacy

is

5

years

(
163
credits
)
and

consists

of the following topics
:
Pharmacology

and

Toxicology
,
Clinical Pharmacy
,
medicinal and

plant chemistry
,
pharmacology
,
pharmaceutics
,
pharmaceutical

technology
,
nuclear pharmacy
,
and

communication skills

and

marketing of

pharmaceutical

and

other

Of

Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice
.

And

this

program

can be summarized

as follows
:

I)


The units of study:

a)

Hours before starting the program (pre
-

Pharmacy) requiring (33
hours)


b)

Undergraduate Program






(130
hours)

Total:

(163
hours)


II)


Field Training:

Consists of two summer training,

an average of 320
hours per semester (a total of 640 hours of field
training).

The college starts with the beginning of the academic
year 1431/1432 AH

(2010/2011)

after passing students
for the preparatory year, which began the study by the
beginning of t
he academic year 1430/1431 AH

(2009/2010)
.



Vision:

To

be

a attractive

for

scientists

and

educated

in Kingdom of Saudi

Arabia

and the region

and

to has a

universal

accreditation
and
to
provide

educational excellence in

pharmaceutical sciences and
pharmacy practices
.


Mission:

A

College of

Pharmacy

is

to

live up

the profession

of pharmacy in

Saudi

Arabia,

according

to

the needs of

the country

in all

areas of

pharmacy

education
,
scientific research, pharmaceutical

care

and
pharmaceutical

industry
,
a
nd that the

graduates of

college

will be
qualified

and leaders

in

their professional wor
k.



.



Objectives
:

To achieve

a

College

of Pharmacy
Mission, the
goals

can

be
summarized

as

follows
:
-

1.

Providing

quality education and

professional development for

students of the College

of Pharmacy
.

2.

Enhance

intellectual curiosity and

commitment to lifelong
learning
.

3.

Urge

and

support the development

of pharmaceutical

forms

suitable

for

different

environments

exercise

of this
profession
.

4.

Strengthening linkages

between the

College of

Pharmacy

and

development needs of

the community
.

5.

To organize and promote

the process

of applied research

and
basic research

with

the difficult nature

as a vital element

in
the

pharmaceutical sciences
,
and

communicate

with

local

and
g
lobal research centers
.

6.

Encourage the

development of

scientists

in order to

maintain

the

skills

training

and

high educational

quality

for all

students
of

undergraduate and graduate levels
.

7.

Promote

extracurricular activities

that

enhance the

overall

image

a
nd

pride of college.

8.

Appling the highest

standards of

quality

in education and

training

using

the latest

technologies
.











English Translation

Pharmacology & Toxicology Department:


Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology is teaching 10 subjects
which

represent
approximately 37% of the total credit hours of the Faculty of pharmacy.
Pharmacology and Toxicology as well as basic requirements such as Biochemistry,
Physiology and Anatomy for students of Faculty of pharmacy.

Pharmacology is the science
which deals with the study of medicine and its impact on
human body's vital organs and help students to understand Pharmacology mechanism
of action of drugs and their impact on cellular receptors, drug interactions, the uses
and side effects of each drug.

Clinical toxicology and its applications deal in study of harmful effects of drugs and
chemicals as well as prevention and treatment of poisoning.

Vision of the Department:

Working to prepare pharmacy professions to contribute to the development of
pharmac
y profession and the development of pharmacological research of modern
medicine can access

to home very tender.

Missions of The Department:

1)

Provide high quality of the teaching of undergraduate students in pharmacology
and toxicology of advanced knowledge
and developing human health in Saudi Arabia.

2)

Providing stimulating and challenging environment in the most effective
experiences for students even after graduation.

3)

Follow good planning and scientific research and drug development.




Course Description

C
ourse Name & Code

No.

The course is concerned with the fundamental anatomical
knowledge about the integumental structures, locomotive
skeleton (joints
&
skeletal muscle), neurons, cardio
-
vascular,
respiratory, digestive and uro
-
genital systems
.
The
practical will
be devoted to tutorials and studying on anatomical models of
different body organs in each system that is mentioned above.

Anatomy

PHL
-
211

1

The course includes the study of the electro
-
physiological
properties of the cell

membrane, the
physiology of muscle and nerve, the autonomic
nervous system, the blood and the cardiovascular system. The
practical part will be devoted to physiological experiments co
v
er the
different body organs in each system that is mentioned above.

Physiology
-
1

PHL
-

215

2

This course deals with the study of the physiologica
l
functions of the
respiratory, renal, gastrointestinal and the centra
l
nervous system
together with discussion of pain path ways. The structures
comprising each system will be described together
with the relation
between each other and the methods of control and regulation of
Physiology
-
2

PHL
-
226

3

each system. Furthermore , in the respiratory system attention will
be given to the chemical and nervous control of the

respiration. The renal system, the mechanisms of re
-

absorption of
electrolytes and water will be covered. In the gastro
-

intestinal
tract, the mechanisms of food digestion and the absorption of
nutrients will be

discussed.

This course covers the following topics in biochemistry, amino
acids and proteins, enzymes, biological oxidation, porphyrins
and nucleic acids. Clinical correlations and the effects of certain
drugs and toxic agents on molecular level are explained
wheneve
r possible.

Biochemistry
-
1

PHL
-
213

4

This course deals with the metabolism of carbohydrates,
lipids, proteins and

minerals. Clinical correlations and the effects of certain
drugs and toxic

agents on metabolism are explained, whenever possible.
The laboratory work

is concerned with the determination of some biochemical
parameters of

clinicalimportance in blood and urine.

Biochemistry
-
2

PHL
-
224

5

This course deals with the introduction of
basic principles of
pharmacology and the pharmacological actions, therapeutic uses,
mechanism of actions, adverse effects, contraindications and drug
interactions of : autonomic drugs, local anesthetics, cardiovascular
drugs and autacoids.

Pharmacology
-
1

P
HL
-
311

6

This course covers the principles of synaptic transmission and
synaptic plasticity with special stress on mechanisms of drugs used
in the treatment of attention deficit syndrome, disorders of
memory, learning, neurons and mood such as epilepsy,
depression,
anxiety schizophrenia, parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease,
addiction, eating and metabolism, spinal card injuries, sleep, pain,
autism and stroke. Side effects and drug interactions will be
discussed. The experimental part of the course w
ill deal with
experimental illustrations of the actions of drugs.


Pharmacology
-
2

PHL
-
322

7

This Course deals with the Pharmacological actions uses,
mechanisms, side effects contraindications, precautions and drug
interactions of those drugs acting on the

hemopoietic system lipids
and the coagulation process. It also includes the antiemetics &
purgative drugs. A third part of the course deals with antiparasitic
drugs that eradicate, paralyze and or expel various parasites and
worms that infest lymph glands
, intestinal and extra intestinal sites
-
Another part of the course deals with immune
-
modulators and
aphrodisiac drugs.

Pharmacology
-
3

PHL
-
411

8

The focus of this course is to understand the molecular basis of the
pharmacological actions, therapeutic uses, mechanisnas of actions,
adverse effects, contraindications and drug interactions of those
Pharmacology
-
4

PHL
-
422

9

drugs that effect the endocrine glands and those used
for treatment
of some skin disease such as acne vulgaris, psoriasis, melanizing and
demelanizing agents and local sclerosing drugs. It also deals with
drugs for treatment of various types of cancer.

The course includes study of
the

general principles of toxicology, the

mechanism(s) of toxicity of the commonly used drugs and the
encountered chemicals. Chemical carcinogens and drugs affecting
maternal, foetal and neonatal health will be discussed. Signs and
symptoms of toxicity and

managements of the poisoning cases are
stressed.

Toxicology

PHL
-
413

10























Pharmaceutics department
:


Vision
:

Pharmaceutics department in this college , has the vision to
introduce graduates of knowledge and high career skills, such
graduates accept the challenge to manufacture
pharmaceuticals in view of GMP rules.


This firm provides the society by well trained pharmacy
graduates who are capable to deal with pharmaceutical
industries and solving the problems concerning manufacturing
drugs in dosage forms.


Course Description for pharmaceutics



Course code: Pharm. 224 ( Pharmaceutics 1)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) and ( 2hours practical class)


This course includes the following:

Measurements used in
pharmacy


which includes:

1
-

A study

based systems

globally

in the

measurements

and

calculations

of
pharmaceutical and

known

as

SI units


2
-

Studying the

relationship

between

the

Apothecary unit system

and

SI

system

of

measurements

and

pharmaceutical

calculations
.


3
-

Studying the

fundamental

element

that must be met

in
prescription
and

how to

identify the errors and correct

those

errors
.


4
-

How to

calculate

the appropriate dose

for a patient
.

Study the

physical properties

of states of

materials

from the pharmaceutical
view point. This includes
:


1
-

Study the

physical properties

of the

material

in different forms

(
gas, liquid,
solid
)

2
-

Studying of the of

physical

interactions

of


a material
, such as
melting

and

freezing point and vapour pre
ssure


3

-

A study of some

phenomena

such as surface tension
,
viscosity

and

rehology,

properties of buffer solutions, osmosis
,
and

solvent

collegative
properties
.




Course code: Pharm. 226 ( Pharmaceutics microbiology 1

)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) and ( 2hours practical class)


This course includes

the following:

The definition

and

classification of

microorganisms
.


1
-

Study

description

and

composition and

structure of

bacteria


2
-

Studying the

growth

of

bacterial

micro
-
organisms


3


Studying

the relationship

between

genes

and

the bacterial cell

immune


4
-

An introduction and classification of

viruses according to cell structure


5
-

Studying the

mechanism

of infection and immune defence mechanism


6
-

Study

th
e different ways to

prevent

infection and methods of sterilization


and the

mechanism for

the use of

disinfectants

and

preservatives
.



Course code: Pharm. 31
1

( Pharmaceutics 2

)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) and ( 2hours practical class)


This course includes the following:


Identifying the forms of the pharmaceutical preparations such as liquids and
semi
-
solid and study the following:


1


Techniques used to

prepare

and
formulate
these
p
harmaceutical forms
forms (solutions, suspensions, emulsions, colloidal
solutions
,
liposomes
,
nanoparticles
, sprays, paints, creams, gel
s
, and pastes) from the
starting
materials


2


The applications of those pharmaceutical forms


3
-

Advantages and disa
dvantages of these forms.




Course code: Pharm. 313 ( Pharmaceutics microbiology 2

)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) and ( 2hours practical class)


This
course
includes the following:


1
-

study of bacteria causing the disease and
the relationship between

the diseas
and the causing microorganism
.


2
-

Studying of pathogenic microorganism causing

common infectio
ns and

common diseases and studying the

methods of infection
.


3.

Study
ing the relationship between the microorganism causing infection

and the
development of the immunity

against

the disease.


3
-

Studying the


diagnosis and

treatment

of the disease
.




Course code: Pharm. 322 ( Pharmaceutics 3

)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) and ( 2hours practical class)



This
course

includes the
technology of

preparation and formulation of
:


1
-

P
harmaceutical powders

; study their

physical properties such as
flow properties
and pharmaceutical

evaluation


2
-

E
ffervescent granules
;

manufacture
,

properties and

pharmaceutical

evaluation


3
-

Tablets;

their properties and

pharmaceutical

evaluation



4

Capsules ;

their properties and

pharmaceutical

evaluati
on.


5
-

S
uppositories, including
manufacture,

their properties
,

and

pharmaceutical

evaluation
.




Course code: Pharm. 324 ( Pharmaceutical Immunology )

Cred. Hours
2

( 2 lectures )


This course give a brief introduction to

immune system
: The s
tudy

includes


1


Physiology of

the immune system (the study of the lymph system

and
tissue
central and peripheral lymph nodes,
lymph
cells
(
T
and B
,
cells
)


2


Formation

and f
unction of
a
ntibodies


3


Immune characters of tissues and organs


4
-

I
mmune diseases and
allergy
,

immune deficiencies (primary and secondary)


5
-

I
mmunity against cancer
-

an emerging immunity
due to

organ transplant
ation
and

immunity against bacterial diseases


6


The m
anufacture of vaccines


7
-

I
mmune suppressi
ve drugs

and

their
clinical uses





Course code: Pharm. 41
1

( Bio
-
pharmaceutics)

Cred. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) + 2 hours( practical)


This course

discusses


1
-


The
factors and dietary habits affecting the absorption

and
the physiological
availability of oral
ly administered

medications
.


2
-

Engineering and technical
ly

design
ing


dosage forms
of extended
release

profiles.



3.
Engineering and technical
ly

design
ing


dosage forms
of

certain and specific
release characteristics

to exert
the

availability
at

particular
site
of gastrointestinal
tract
.


3
-

Bioequivalence study



4


developing techniques

to formulate drugs in dosage forms that have release at



domain

target
.









Course code: Pharm.
511

( Industrial Pharmacy)

Cred
. Hours
3

( 2 lectures ) +
2

hours( practical)



This course includes the following:


1


Study
the basic processes used and applied in
industrial

pharmac
y

such as
grinding, mixing, drying, dry

freezing
, crystallization, extraction, heat flow

during
manufacturing steps.


2
--


S
tudy

the factors affecting heat flow during the manufacturing steps.



3

-

Focusing
to
visit at a pharmaceutical plants
to

follow the manufacturing and
production steps and the machine involved in the production.





Course code: Pharm.
51
3 ( nuclear Pharmacy)

Cred. Hours
2
( 1 lectures ) + 2 hours( practical)



This course includes the following:


1
-

Specifications of radioactive materials and pharmaceutical applications


2
-

Studying the degree of safety and qualit
y of pharmaceutical

radioactive

substances
.


3


use

of
radioactive

drugs

in the treatment and diagnosis


4
-

a study of

distribution of
radioactive

pharmaceuticals in
body.




Course code: Pharm.
515

( Sterile Pharmaceuticals )

Cred. Hours
3
( 1
lectures ) + 2 hours( practical)



This course

includes

the following:


1



Study

the principles of

sterilization

and

the methods applied in sterilizing
pharmaceutical products


2


Manufacturing steps should be followed to

manufacture

sterile reparations


such as

ophthalmic and injectable drugs in vials
and

ampoules.


3

-

treatment

using sterile

fluids, sterile nutrition products


4


in vitro

and
in vivo

cmpatibility of

sterile

products



5


Sterile
nutrients

and its distribution in body.





Course code: Pharm. 5
22

( Cosmoceuticals )

Cred. Hours 1 ( 1 lecture )


This course

includes

the following:

1



History

and

development of the science of

cosmetics

2



Study skin physiology and histology and suitabi
lity of dermatological
preparations.


3


Study the laws (national and
international such as

of
Food

and

Drug
Administration ,FDA, organization)

which

organize the manufacture
, distribution and
use of cosmetics

4


Pharmaceutical quality control

of

cosmoceuticals and their formulations





Course code: Pharm.
524

( Quality control and good manufacture
practice, GMP )

3
Cred. Hours (
2

lecture )

+ (1 practical)


This course

includes

the following:

1

-

Methods

to evaluate the

pharmaceuticals

(
physically,
chemically

and

phsiologically).

2
-

Pharmacopoeial methods and standards for the assessment

of pharmaceuticals


3


GMP measures and principles

that should be

applied in industry


4
-

Evaluation of

manufacturing steps


5
-

Laboratory
quality control tests

to evaluate final product

(
tablets
-

capsules

-

suspensions

-

emulsions

-

parentrals
)
to

evaluate the

suitability of the product

for
marketing

and

issuance of

a certificate

directed by

the product

of

procrastination










Mission


This department ensures and endeavors to raise the standards of
pharmaceutical health care in the community and clinical
settings. It focuses on the new evolving role of pharmacist in the
health care team through constant clinical teaching which
involves

theoretical and practical learning, carrying out research
in the pharmaceutical care field and initiating problem
-
based
learning. It teaches the principles of good practice and the
principles underlying the treatment of disease states, including
ethical a
nd professional behavior and health education
.


Vision


Serving and providing counseling to the local communities to
raise the standards of the Pharmaceutical Health Care System
and Participating in developing the pharmacy profession
through partnerships
and collaborations with various
pharmaceutical societies.



Subjects which taught by clinical pharmacy department for B.Sc. Pharm:

Ser.

Subject Name

Sub. NO.
& Code

Lect.

Lab.

Cred.
unites

1.


ةلديصلا ةنهم يف ةمدقم

Introduction to
pharmacy Profession

222 PCL

1

0

1

2.


ةلديصلا ةسرامم

Pharmacy Practice

㌱ㄠ偃P

2

0

2




ضرملا ايجولويسف ملع
-
1

Pathophysiology
-
I

㌲㐠偃P

2

0

2




ةيكينيلكلإا تاراهملا
Clinical Skills for
326 PCL

2

0

2

يلديصلل

Pharmacist

5.


ةيودلأا تامولعم يف ةمدقم
مومسلاو

Introduction to Drug
and Poison
Information

328 PCL

0

2

2

6.


ضرملا ايجولويسف ملع
-

2

Pathophysiology
-
II

411 PCL

2

0

2

7.


تايجلاع
-
1

Pharmacotherapy
-
I

413 PCL

3

0

3

8.


ءاودلا ةيكرح ئدابم

Basic Pharmacokinetics

415 PCL

2

1

3

9.


ةيلديص ةرادإ

Pharmacy Management

420 PCL

1

1

2

10.


ةيلديصلا ةياعرلا

Pharmaceutical Care (
Hospital & Community
Pharmacy)

422 PCL

2

1

3

11.


تايجلاع


2

Pharmacotherapy
-
II

424 PCL

2

1

3

12.


ةلديصلا تايقلاخأو ةمظنأ

Pharmacy Regulations
& Ethics

426 PCL

2

0

2

13.


ةلديصلا يف قيوستلا

Pharmaceutical
Marketing

511 PCL

2

0

2


Total


23

6

29















1.

Introduction to pharmacy Profession

(222 PCL):

The course

will explore the levels of


pharmacy profession

development


and

society's perception

and

interest
, which

benefited

through

the past and
present time
.

2.

Pharmacy Practice

(311 PCL):

Will discuses
a variety of areas including retail, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, mental
hospitals, and regulatory

agencies
, etc
.

3.

Pathophysiology
-
I

(324 PCL):

This course provides the students with the physiological changes that underline
p
athologic conditions. The relationship

between the Pathophysiology and the clinical
picture and laboratory findings of some major diseases are discussed in practical
sessions
. This curse will cover :

i.

Introduction

to

General

Pathology

and

mechanism of

disea
se

ii.

Diseases of

the heart

and

blood

vessels

iii.

Respiratory Diseases

iv.

Gastrointestinal

diseases,

intestinal,

and

liver,

and

bile.

4.

Clinical Skills for Pharmacist

(326 PCL):

This course contains

the

information
needed by

the pharmacist

in

critical cases

of
emerge
ncy

as an assessment of

critical

symptoms

of the patient

and

first aid.

In
addition,

the pharmacist

can

be linked

the

signs and symptoms

associated with

the
case

in order to achieve

the proper diagnosis

and

then

provide

proper care

for this case
.

5.

Introduc
tion to Drug and Poison Information

(328 PCL):

This course explores the fundamental aspects of drug information, the myriad of drug
literature and drug information systems. It is designed as an introductory course to teach
the student the basic principles
of drug information pertaining to retrieval
.

6.

Pathophysiology
-
II

(411 PCL):

This course provides the students with the physiological changes that underline
pathologic conditions. The relationship

between the Pathophysiology and the clinical
picture and labo
ratory findings of some major diseases are discussed in practical
sessions
. This curse will cover :

i.

Kidney

and urinary

tract

diseases.

ii.

Imbalance

in the

body

fluids

and

electrolytes.

iii.

Various blood

diseases
.

iv.

Endocrinal

and

metabolic

diseases

and disorder.


v.

Musculoskeletal

and connective tissues

diseases
.

7.

Pharmacotherapy
-
I

(413 PCL):

The courses are designed to provide the student with an opportunity to integrate and
apply the multiple components of their knowledge of basic pharmaceutical sciences to
formulate a safe and rational drug regimen for a given patient. The course consists of

lectures and conferences. Students gain an understanding of rational drug therapy in the
treatment of selected diseases. The problems associated with implementing rational drug
therapy, how therapy concepts correlate with the pathophysiology of the diseas
e and the
monitoring parameters necessary for evaluation of drug therapy. Students develop
communication skills as they present and discuss material from case studies and current
literatures with their peers and instructors
.

8.

Basic Pharmacokinetics

(415 PCL
):

This course is designed to introduce the student to the changes in the drug absorption,
distribution and elimination as a function of time. One
-

and two
-
compartment models
following different routes of administration will be discussed
.

i.

Introduction

to

Pharmacokinetics

and

review

math
.

ii.

Biological

system


complexity

and

compartment

models
.

iii.

One
-
compartment model after IV dose.

iv.

Estimate

Pharmacokinetics


indicators


from

urinary

excretion data
.

v.

Give

medicine

otherwise IV rote.

vi.

Application of

pharmacokine
tics

by determining the

bioavailability
.

vii.

two
-
compartment models
.

viii.

The Multiple doses

and

the treatment regime
n.

ix.

Nonlinear

Pharmacokinetics
.

x.

Modify the

dose

in cases of disease
.

9.

Pharmacy Management

(420 PCL):

The course has major emphasis and focus on the fu
ndamental principles of management
and administration applied in a generic pharmacy practice setting. Operational
management and administrative functions in institutional pharmacy services, i.e. financial
analysis, purchasing, inventory control, etc., are
presented
.

10.

Pharmaceutical Care ( Hospital & Community Pharmacy)

(422 PCL):

The course includes an

explanation

and

demonstrate to all

pharmacy services

by
the pharmacist

in

pharmaceutical care

for

patients

which includes:

-

laying the foundations and

working
procedures

for each service
.

-

inventory management

for pharmaceutical products

-

Out
-
patients and ambulatory pharmaceutical care.

-

In
-
patients pharmacy

and

its subsidiaries
.

-

Committees

that

pharmacist participating in
.

Drug counseling for patients through
hospital and community pharmacy.

11.

Pharmacotherapy
-
II

(424 PCL):

The courses are designed to provide the student with an opportunity to integrate and
apply the multiple components of their knowledge of basic pharmaceutical sciences to
formulate a safe and ra
tional drug regimen for a given patient. The course consists of
lectures and conferences. Students gain an understanding of rational drug therapy in the
treatment of selected diseases. The problems associated with implementing rational drug
therapy, how th
erapy concepts correlate with the pathophysiology of the disease and the
monitoring parameters necessary for evaluation of drug therapy. Students develop
communication skills as they present and discuss material from case studies and current
literatures wi
th their peers and instructors
.

12.

Pharmacy Regulations & Ethics

(426 PCL):

This course deals with pharmacy regulations and drug registration laws in Saudi Arabia.
The student is expected to become familiar with governmental requirements for handling
and usin
g pharmaceuticals including poisons and narcotics
.
Pharmacy Ethics

as
health care providerfor pharmacist.

13.

Pharmaceutical Marketing

(511 PCL):

Discusses the principles of drug marketing in pharmaceutical company and the mission of
marketing departments and

all researches in this field and the ethics and employment in
marketing department.

As well as

the student

will be subjected

to the

types

and

methods
of communication

and

marketing

materials

used

for

medical

as well as

organized

by the
health sectors

of g
overnment and private.





Department

The department prepares graduate pharmacists to be
qualified specialist in different fields and professions,
whether in the areas of pharmacies, drug industry or the
laboratories having different skills to work in rese
arch
centers and fields of herbal drug discovery, drug
development, giving them the chance to complete in local
and international institutes by improving student

s
scientific, practical and social aspects, meeting the high
standards of pharmaceutical educa
tion, research and
community services .


VISION



The department of Pharmacognosy

is committed to
provide excellence skills in pharmaceutical education and
the development of pharmacy leaders as a service to the
community in the improvement of the quality of health care
services.








Mission

To prepare health care professionals capable of providing
high
-
quality health care to meet the diverse
pharmaceutical care needs of the citizens of kingdom of
Saudi Arabia and to serve the profession of pharmacy
through a modified program of education, res
earch,
services. The department of Pharmacognosy embraces
the educational philosophy of the University, which is
dedicated to communication, expansion and integration of
knowledge through the progressive teaching programs;
through the scholarly, creative a
nd research activity of the
faculty, staff and students; and through professional and
community service
.


1
PHG 222

I


Pharmacognosy



The course

aims to provide a primary knowledge of natural
products of drugs and their importance to pharmacy students in
professional program of study with the concentrate on the
chemical, biological active substances and their usage in
medicine.





PHG 322


II

-
Pharmacognosy


Contains topics that concerned with the completion of study of the
active constituents of the drugs familiarizing students with plants
that are narcotic and toxic in the Kingdom and methods of
identification, treatment in case of poisoning .



PHM 411


use
Substance Ab

This course contains the information that the necessary to the
pharmacist in identifying medication affecting the central nervous
system as equal the natural and geographic sources of it in
addition to the methods of
analysis and identification.



411

PHG

III


Pharmacognosy


Exposing a compendium study in terms of classification, chemical
specification, and biological function for hormones, enzymes,
minerals, including the study of vaccines and biological toxins, also
discussing the modern applications of natural coloring subs
tances
in food products and their analysis in general.





Recent Approaches in Medicinal Plants Analysis PHG 522



This course covers the methods that are used in plants survey in
order to identify the biological active substances and their
s
tructural building with methods of separation which based on their
physical, chemical or spectral characters leading to understand the
conclusions of these analyses.




4
2
4
PHG

Pharmaceutical biotechnology



This provides the decision a thorough study
of the techniques
include drugs developed by improving productivity through
biotechnology, such as drugs from synthesized by microbes or
genetically modified plants, vaccines, and utilization in the
production of gene
-
enhanced are used in the treatment of
many
diseases also studies cells construction and functions of its
components, fermentation , plant tissue culture, genetics and
integrated production methods with techniques utilized for this
purpose such as determining the quantity of genes and proteins
and to identify genetic components of the genetic chain and
matters related to.

This course given and share the subjects by
two department pharmaceutics(PHT) and pharmacognosy(PHG).

Department of Pharmaceutical
Chemistry


Mission

Pharmaceutical Chemistry forms the backbone of Pharmacy
program. Our mission is to provide students with a deep
understanding of the drug as a chemical molecule
emphasising on the structure and its relation with biological

actions, interactions, dosage

for
ms, storage and analysis. We
also aim to produce high quality research such that it can be
utilised to develop new chemical entities that can contribute
to a healthier and happy life.



Vision

Pursue and deliver a dream to be among the best in the field
of

pharmaceutical sciences through high quality education
and research.



Objectives





The department aims to impart students with comprehensive
knowledge and produce graduates that are

able

to




Apply
their

knowledge, experience and skills to improve
patient care with respect to safety and efficacy of drugs




Advise the patient on matters of drug storage

and

potency





Think critically of the drug structure as a mirror of its
biological action




Gain knowledge of drug action at the cellular and
molecular level with respect to
physico
-
chemical and
stereo
-
chemical aspects

of drugs


Identify the possible drug


drug, drug


food interactions
based on the knowledge of the chemical structure





Identify
and correlate structure with preparation and
stability of dosage forms




To deal with analysis of drugs to assure the quality of
drugs as raw materials and in dosage forms by applying
chemical and instrumental methods of analysis





Demonstrate the knowledge

of drug synthesis and
suggest a rational approach for design of new moieties
towards potent molecules with a low incidence of
adverse effects




Uphold the laws and standards governing the pharmacy
profession





DEPARTMENT OF PHARMA
CEUTICAL CHEMISTRY


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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMA
CEUTICAL CHEMISTRY


تادحولا
ةيرظنلا

تادحولا
ةيلمعلا

د.و

PHC 211

ةيئاودلا ءايميكلا

-

1

Medicinal
Chemistry
-
1

ثلاثلا

2

1

3

PHC 222

ةيئاودلا ءايميكلا

-

2

Medicinal
Chemistry
-
2

عبارلا

2

-

2

PHC 313

ةيئاودلا ءايميكلا

-

3

Medicinal
Chemistry
-
3

سماخلا

2

-

2

PHC 511

ةيئاودلا ءايميكلا

-
4

Medicinal
Chemistry
-
4

لا
عسات

2

-

2

PHC 526

ةيئاودلا ءايميكلا

-

5

Medicinal
Chemistry
-
5

لا
رشاع

2

1

3

PHC 213

ةيليلحتلا ءايميكلل ةمدقم
ةيلديصلا

Introduction
to
Pharmaceutical
Analysis

ثلاثلا

1

1

2

PHC 513

ليلحتلا


ىللآا ىلديصلا

Instrumental
Pharmaceutical
Analysis

لا
رشاع

2

1

3

15.45%

1.

Medicinal Chemistry
-
1

The course is designed to provide the students with

the
essential elements of medicinal chemistry. The course is
focused on a drug molecule and its relation to its absorption,
distribution, metabolism and interaction with a receptor to give
a physiological response.

2.

Medicinal Chemistry
-
2

The course deals
with the medicinal chemistry

of
neurotransmitters and other endogenous substances as well as
the drugs affecting the

adrenergic & cholinergic nervous
system, cardiovascular system, dopaminergic, serotine,
histamine & GABA receptors and MAO enzyme activity.

3.

Medicinal Chemistry
-
3

The course describes the medicinal chemistry of an important
class of drugs that act on the C
entral
N
ervous
S
ystem

like
depressants, stimulants, antidepressants and analgesics
.

4.

Medicinal Chemistry
-
4

The course covers different chem
otherapeutic agents such as
anti
-
infective, anticancer drugs
,
drugs affecting thyroid
function and oral hypoglycemic agents
.



5.

Medicinal Chemistry
-
5

The course deals with the medicinal chemistry

of steroids and
related compounds


6.

Introduction to
Pharmaceutical Analysis

The course will include introduction to both volumetric and
instrumental methods of analysis. The course will cover the
basic principles of each method, and the applications of each
method
.


7.

Instrumental Pharmaceutical Analysis

The course concerns with the study of the principles and
theoretical bases of electrochemical analysis,
spectrophotometric analysis as well as separation methods
with regard to instrumentation, and application are also
included.