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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
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Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina with the Phamarcy and Poison Board Members and Kenyatta University Staff from School of Pharmacy. The board visited KU for re-inspection of the University Pharmaceutical Programmes,
Bachelor of Pharmacy curriculum mapping workshop in collaboration with Nottingham University under the SPHEIR project in Naivasha on 8th-10th May 2019

The School of Pharmacy was established in 2018 and was previously the Department of Pharmacy and Complementary/Alternative Medicine within the School of Medicine, Main Campus. The first batch of BPharm students registered in January 2009. The school is responsible for the training of professional Pharmacists and Natural Medicine Practitioners both at Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, to meet the health needs of the country. These graduates serve in various positions in hospitals, pharmaceutical industry, community Pharmacy, research establishments and academia among others. 

The school has two departments namely Pharmacology & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy.

1. MISSION
To generate and disseminate knowledge through teaching and research on all areas of allopathic and alternative health care systems for a healthier and wealthier world.

2. VISION
To be a multidisciplinary center of excellence in health research, capacity building, biodiversity conservation, drug discovery and development through research.

3. OBJECTIVES
To train a professional who:
a) Is capable of stimulating and sustaining the country’s pharmaceutical industry and natural system of medicine.
b) Is competent in communicating and making judgment in all matters pertaining to drugs.
c) Will fully participate in treatment of diseases, alleviation and prevention of suffering.
d) Will help to formulate and sustain national policies with respect to the production, preservation, quality control and safe use of drugs.

ACCREDITATION
The Pharmacy degree course is accredited by Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Kenya.

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EDUCATION RESOURCES

The department has adequate facilities to support teaching and learning within the University. These include:
• Resource Centre
• Well equipped Research Laboratory 
• Medicinal Plant Research Garden

Dr. Gladys W. Mwangi

Dean School of Pharmacy


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National Phytotherapeutics Research Center

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WHITE COAT CEREMONY

WHITE COAT CEREMONY: A Transition From Lay Men and Women to Studentship in Pharmacy On 9th November 2020, the newly admitted 1st year students began their 5-year Bachelor of Pharmacy...

HONORING CLASS OF 2020

HONORING CLASS OF 2020 Congratulations, Graduates of 2020! You have completed the rigorous 5-year BPharm program. The entire School of Pharmacy celebrates you. We wish you all the best as...

TOP 10 CANDIDATES - 2020 GRADUATING CLASS

TOP 10 CANDIDATES - 2020 GRADUATING CLASS RANKING STUDENT NO STUDENT NAME GPA 1 P110S/11513/2012 MUNGAI, STEPHEN K 78.82 2 P110/5416/2014 BETT, KIPKEMBOI K 77.78 3 P110/1016/2014 JEMUTAI, TRACY 77.48...

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WHITE COAT CEREMONY: A Transition From Lay Men and Women to Studentship in Pharmacy On 9th November 2020, the newly admitted 1st year students began their 5-year Bachelor of Pharmacy...

 

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