• Duration

    6 years

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Pharmacy

Presentation

The Doctor of Pharmacy degree is divided into three streams:

- Dispensary sector

- Industry - Research

- Internship programme

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Organization

Control of knowledge

First Year Common to Health Studies

1st semester :

  • UE1 Atoms, biomolecules, genome, bioenergetics, metabolism

  • EU2 Cells and tissues

  • UE3A Organisation of devices and systems: physical basis of exploration methods

  • UE4 Evaluation of analytical methods applied to life and health sciences

   2nd semester:

  • UE3B Organisation of devices and systems: functional aspects.

  • UE5 Organisation of apparatus and systems: morphological and functional aspects

  • EU6 Introduction to drug knowledge

  • EU7 Health, society and humanity

  • UE Specific Craniofacial Morphogenesis

  • UE Specific Anatomy of the small pelvis in women

  • UE Specific Head and Neck Anatomy

  • EU Specific Medicines and other Health Products

  • UE Specific Physiology

  • EU Specific Transmission of Genetic Information

  • EU Specific Feto-placental unit
  • EU Specific Chemical Basis of Medicines

 

2nd year (DFGSP Diplôme de formation générale en sciences pharmaceutiques)

1. COMMON CORE OF KNOWLEDGE

    1st Semester

  • UE1 Basic gestures and communication 
  • UE2 BPEC (Biophysics, Physicochemistry, Enzymatic Kinetics)
  • UE3 Pathways to active drug substances (Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Pharmacognosy)
  • EU 4 Physiology
  • EU 5 Biological Sciences 1 (Haematology, Immunology)
  • EU 6 Drug Life Cycle/Formulation and Biopharmaceuticals

    2nd semester

  • UE 7 Analytical Sciences and Applied Statistics (Analytical Chemistry, Applied Statistics
  • EU 8 Biodiversity 1 (Universal Tree, Bacteriology/Virology)
  • EU 9 Biodiversity 2 (Animal biology, Parasitology/Mycology)
  • EU 10 Biodiversity 3 (Botany, Mycology)
  • EU 11 Biological Sciences 2 (Cellular and Molecular Biology, Metabolic Biochemistry and Enzymology)
  • UE12 Pharmacological Sciences (Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacology, Toxicology)        

2. OPTIONAL TEACHING UNITS

Students must choose 2 optional UE (1 UE in Block A and 1 UE in Block B or 1 UE in Block A or B, plus the UE initiation to research)

Block A EU   

  • English
  • Hereditary metabolic diseases.
  • ERA: Emergence, Resistance and Adaptation. Impact on biodiversity and human health.
  • Model systems": from animal to gene.

Block B EU

  • Life chemistry, an indispensable tool for drug design.
  • Methods of characterisation and structural determination of active ingredients.
  • Basics of the physicochemistry of solid and dispersed states.
  • Biomolecular Chemistry Applied Molecular Basis for Heterocycle and Nucleotide Base Chemistry.

  3. Optional Sport Option

4. The AFGSU level 1 (Certificate of training in emergency care)

  5. THE INTRODUCTORY PHARMACIST COURSE

  Students enrolled in the 2nd year of the Diplôme de Formation Générale en Sciences Pharmaceutiques must complete an introductory pharmacy internship before enrolling in the 3rd year of the DFGSP. This internship lasts six weeks.

3rd year (DFGSP Diplôme formation générale en sciences pharmaceutiques)

    1. COMMON CORE OF KNOWLEDGE

    1st Semester

  •  UE 1 Cardiovascular CARD (Semiology, Clinical Biochemistry, Pharmacology)

  • EU 2 Inflammation and Inflammatory Pathologies 1 IPI1 (Immunology, Semiology)
  • EU 3 Inflammation and Inflammatory Pathologies 2 IPI 2(Epidemiology, Physiology, Clinical Biochemistry, Pharmacology)
  • UE 4 CARD-IPI (Therapeutic chemistry, Clinical pharmacy)
  • EU 5 Biotechnology/Biopharmacy
  • EU 6 Quality/Statistics

2nd Semester

  • UE 7 Infectiology 1 INFECTIO 1 (Bacteriology/Virology)
  • UE 8 Infectiology 2 INFECTIO 2 (Parasitology/Medicalycology)

  • EU 9 Endocrinology ENDO (Therapeutic Chemistry-Clinical Pharmacy)
  • EU 11 Haematology-Cancerology
  • EU 12 Public Health/Toxicology
  • EU 13 Pharmacognosy

2. OPTIONAL TEACHING UNITS

Students must choose 2 optional UEs (1 UE in Block A and 1 UE in Block B)

Block A EU

  • Pharmaceutical quality and pharmacopoeia
  • Globalization of the drug trade: fraud and risks
  • Immunoallergology and pathologies of the immune system
  • The laboratory animal in the 21st century
  • Training for qualified tutors
  • Optimisation of the pharmacokinetic properties of an active molecule by chemical and galenic modulation

Block B EU

  • Photobiology
  • Pharmaceutical Botany
  • Basics of drug/therapeutic target interactions
  • Control of the drug
  • From the fetus to the adolescent; growth and its disorders
  • Introduction to law

3. Optional Sport Option

4. C2I level 1 (computer and internet certificate)

5. the communication module

4th year (DFASP1 Diplôme formation approfondie en sciences pharmaceutiques 1)  

1. COMMON CORE OF KNOWLEDGE

    1st Semester

  • UE1 Psycho-Neuro-Infectio (Therapeutic chemistry, Clinical pharmacy)

  • UE2 CNS (Semiology, Physiology, Pharmacology, Biopharmacy)

  • UE3 BV2 (Clinical Bacteriology and Virology, Vaccines)

  • UE4 TAP (Toxicology, Addictology, Pharmacokinetics)

  • UE5 PM2 (Parasitology, Medical Mycology, General Mycology)

  • EU6 EcoDoc (Health Economics, Scientific Documentation)

   2nd Semester

  • UE7 Public Health, Health Policy, Therapeutic Patient Education

  • UE8 Gynaecology-urology, Skin and Eye

  • EU9 Nutrition, Food supplements, Quality

 

2. OPTIONAL EDUCATION UNITS - Semester 1

 Students must choose 1 optional EU:

  • Medicines in all their states: expertise, analysis

  • Health advice from the pharmacist when travelling abroad

  • Role of the pharmacist in the management of infectious diseases

  • Pharmacogenetics and predictive pharmacokinetics

  • Food risk

  • Law of obligations

  • Immunopharmacology

3. A PROFESSIONAL GUIDANCE COURSE - SUBJECT - Semester 2

    PHARMACY SECTOR

  • EU10 Pharmaceutical and social legislation

  • EU11 Food supplements

  • UE12 Phytotherapy and Aromatherapy

  • EU13 Dispensing

     INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

  • EU14 Supplementary courses

  • EU15 Therapeutic and biological records

  • EU16 Exercises

     INDUSTRY SECTOR

  • EU17 R§D

  • EU18 Statistics

  • EU19 English

  • EU20 Project tools in R&D

  • UE21 HR Management

  • UE22 Introduction to Project Design

      RESEARCH FIELD

  • EU17 R§D

  • EU18 Statistics

  • EU19 English

  • EU20 Research placement

4. THE CERTIFICATE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SYNTHESIS

 

5. WORK PLACEMENT AND TRAINEESHIP

 

5th year (DFASP2 Diplôme formation approfondie en sciences pharmaceutiques 2)

1. HOSPITAL INTERNSHIP

  • Taking up a hospital post

  • Follow-up teaching of internships

2. PHARMACY SECTOR

 

1st Semester

  • EU 1 Dispensing and pharmaceutical monitoring

  • EU 2 Specialised activities II

  • EU 3 Environmental health risks

  • EU 4 Applied environmental health risks

    2nd Semester

  • EU 5 Patient educationhepeutic education of the patient

  • EU 6 Pharmaceutical care, self-medication

  • EU 7 Accounting, management and administration

  • EU 8 Quality Management

  • EU 9 Compendial practice

3. INDUSTRY SECTOR

 

    1st Semester

  • EU 1 Registration and Economics

  • EU 2 English

  • EU 3 Introduction to Project Design II

    2nd Semester

  • EU 4 Production, distribution and valorisation

  • EU 5 Management

  • EU 6 Work placement

4. RESEARCH FIELD

    1st Semester

  • 2 Master 1 courses according to the professional project

  • EU 2 English

  • UE TER (Study and Research Work)

    2nd Semester

  • 1 UE of the Master 1 pathway according to the professional project

  • EU Management

  • EU Internship in a research laboratory

4. INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

 

    1st Semester - Pre-Competition Internship Stream

  • EU 1 Preparations for numerical exercises

  • EU 2 Therapeutic and clinical files

  • EU 3 Synthesis

    2nd Semester - Post-course internship

  • EU Preparatory education for internship

  • 2 UE Master 1 Biology Health

  • EU Internship in research

5. The AFGSU level 2 (Certificate of training in emergency care)

    

 

6th year

  • Dispensary sector

  • Industry sector

 

 All the modalities of knowledge control are available in the downloadable file.

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Programme

In 6 years

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Admission

Conditions of access

Access conditions according to levels :

  • Baccalauréat S recommended.
  • Diplôme d'Accès aux Etudes Universitaires (DAEU) option Sciences only.
  • French or foreign qualification accepted as an exemption or equivalent to the baccalauréat.
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Recommended prerequisites

Baccalauréat S

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Professional integration

Pharmacie officinale

Distribution

Private medical biology

Careers in the public service

Hospital careers

Careers in research organisations

Industrial sector

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