Notes about fees for this course
Tuition fees for all full-time undergraduate degree courses in 2017/18 have not been confirmed.
Tuition fees for all full-time undergraduate degree courses in 2016/17 will be GBP9,000.
If you have a year-long placement as part of your sandwich course, or spend a year studying or working abroad, the fee for that year will be GBP1350.
The course begins by giving you an understanding of how pharmacology and physical principles are integrated in, and used to investigate broad living processes from cells to organisms. The course is designed to give you a multidisciplinary approach to the study of the action of drugs on the body.
Major concepts include the pharmacology of cells, tissues and organ systems and a study of substances that are used for medicinal reasons, as well as those that are used for pleasure and illicitly. You'll study the key aspects of drug action both in practical and theoretical concepts and outcomes are used when considering the positive and negative effects of pharmaceutical products.Modules
Students are assessed in a variety of ways including:
You will also present a written dissertation and give a verbal and poster presentation of your project work.
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