Six fundamental themes:
The structure and function of the body - how the body works, including studies of anatomy, physiology and biochemistry relevant to the discipline.
Drug structure, disposition and action - how medicines work, including studies of medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics relevant to the discipline.
Professional practice - what pharmacists do, including the sociocultural context in which the pharmacist and customer operate, social and health practice issues, as well as the ethical and legal context of pharmacy.
Comprehensive care - how to manage diseases and disorders, including the relationship between pathophysiology and the design and use of drugs in treating various health conditions.
Inquiry and innovation - how to employ problem-solving and innovative thinking skills in a laboratory, clinical, social or business environment.
Professional experience - work-based training programs and internships.
Please refer to: https://www.monash.edu.my/study/undergraduate/pharmacy/bachelor-pharmacy