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The College of Arts and Sciences upholds excellence in the arts and sciences tradition. Its graduates will be recognized for their highly developed critical thinking and communication skills, moral and spiritual values, intellectual integrity, democratic leadership and social awareness of the issues and concerns of the community and nation.
To achieve this vision, the UV College of Arts and Sciences commits to prepare students for the world of work by providing them with an invaluable set of employability skills including the ability to think of themselves, the skills to communicate effectively, to write and publish researches. It likewise exposes students for community service.
- Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
- Pharmacy Aide (2 Years)
a. Support curricular development activity that is responsive to national and global needs through outcomes based and research oriented program and uphold for the advancement of Pharmacy profession through participation in various forms of research exposure.
b. Conduct scientific research processes and develop a sense of responsiveness in attaining resolution that has bearing to social, health and pharmaceutical concerns.
c. Establish partnership with beneficiaries in the community for sustainable support that develop awareness of student’s social responsibility and provide pharmaceutical care services and drug health related information through patient’s counselling in the proper use of both prescribed and patient chosen medications
d. Expose the students to professional competency in managing drug establishments and in a hospital institution based on sound entrepreneurial practice
e. Acquire skills in the field of drug development and manufacturing standards through quality professional exposure of learning experience in manufacturing firm.
f. Active involvement of students and faculty in continuing professional education and advocate the values of scientific mind as to attain a successful pharmaceutical endeavor.
g. Create opportunities for linkages with accredited organization in local, national, international organizations and agencies so as to provide students attitude of competitiveness and earned higher learning outcomes.
h. Contribute to the overall social, mental, emotional and physical health of individuals, communities and the country.
COP DEAN AND PROGRAM COORDINATORS
College of Pharmacy Dean
Mrs. JOSEPHINE B. SACRAMENTO, RPh
PHARMACY & PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Mrs. GLENDA C. DOTILLOS, RPh
PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Ms. SERENE B. SACRAMENTO, RPh
Ms. SHIELA N. YAUN, RPh
PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS