The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2023 enrollment limit: 250 students): Established in 1972. Shifted to 6-year system in AY2006.
The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences engages in developing educational and research activities with the goal of "contributing to community healthcare and training highly qualified pharmacists who will benefit society."
The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding in 2022.Based on our decades of experience, we will continue to cultivate human resources so that each of our graduates will be able to work as a pharmaceutical professional.
Aiming to Develop Pharmacists Who Can Contribute to Society in the Future
Education Including Clinical Practices in Japan and the U.S.
Enriching University Life through Student-led Activities
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Steps to Gaining Certifications
Total support from before admission to passing the national pharmacist's exam
Preparation for the national pharmacist examination by careful guidance
The Faculty offers across-the-board support to students by leveraging expertise gained from more than 40 years of passionate guidance and work to ensure students pass national certification examinations. Faculty members offer fine-grained guidance through lectures on how to prepare and simulated examinations based on individual students’ level of preparation.
Total care program
We help students prepare to continue their studies at their institution of choice, regardless of whether they are pursuing admission by means of a recommendation program targeting specific schools or the general public or by entrance examination. In addition, we offer an extensive range of examination preparation measures and job search support for enrolled students.
Detailed information is available in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences brochure.
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