School of Pharmacology
Our School of Pharmacology was created simultaneously when the university was founded, on April 21st, 1966, to offer specialized studies of higher education in pharmacology, and is the oldest school of pharmacology belonging to a private university.
Our pharmacology program is the most prestigious of all Dominican universities, as demonstrated by the professional success of our graduates and our high rate of their insertion into the labor market both nationally and internationally.
The pharmacology program´s curriculum consists of 12 semesters to be taken over 4 years (3 per year), which are organized as follows: Basic Cycle of 5 semesters and one professional cycle of 7 semesters. This program contains elective courses as well as tutored practice performed in the work areas of their future profession, and an internship of a minimum of 400 hours in the national pharmaceutical industry, which allows the student to acquire the experience and skills necessary to compete successfully in the labor market.
During the Basic Pharmacology Cycle, our students use the laboratories installed on our campus. In the case of the professional cycle, the School of Pharmacology has laboratories equipped to practice subjects such as Bromatology, Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmaco-Botany, Pharmacognosia, and Toxicology. In the case of the practice of Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology, they use the installations of the Anatomy Institute and the Institute of Physiological Sciences and Experimental Medicine, respectively.
The objective of the School is to train the best professionals in the country with the highest academic, moral, biotic, technological, and scientific level, launching onto the market professionals who make us proud, and who demonstrate the highest levels of efficiency and effectiveness in accordance with the demands of modern times.
Integrate themselves without difficulty in the different areas related to the profession.
Direct and evaluate the work of their subordinates with professional and humane criteria
Perform functions within the framework of the profession´s code of ethics.
Demonstrate command of democratic practices both in their role as leaders, in meetings, and events where they are called upon to act.
Issue critical judgments about situations of conflict that merit a serious and responsible study on their part.
Demonstrate a permanent willingness to grow professionally through study and the updating of their scientific and technological knowledge.
Serve the requirements of society, with an attitude of dedication, to address the problems posed in their field of work.
Reveal skill in the handling of different technological processes critically and responsibly.
Assume responsibility or respond to the application of total quality not only with the high technology that the industry demands, but in their interrelationship with the purposes and ends sought for the user and for society as a whole.
Demonstrate creative ability and the application of acquired knowledge in problem-solving.