The Faculty of Pharmacy conducts integrated, second and third cycle studies:
- the integrated study programme Pharmacy (Health Sciences – G05 Pharmacy) in Lithuanian and English;
- the second cycle study program Medicinal Chemistry (Physical Sciences -C01 Chemistry).
- doctoral studies in biomedicine, pharmacy (08B).
The integrated study programme Pharmacy is a multidisciplinary programme covering health, life, social and physical sciences. The study programme is focused on the development of practical, management and leadership, educational and research competencies of specialists in the field of pharmacy. The programme is based on the transfer and application of the latest pharmaceutical knowledge and methods in practice, understanding of healthcare policy, coordination and management of the provision of pharmaceutical services, preparation for academic and research work.
The LSMU Master’s degree in Pharmacy testifies to the readiness to carry out pharmaceutical activities, professional development based on modern scientific knowledge, research and to continue university studies in the doctoral programme of the chosen speciality.
Graduates of the faculty pursue careers in pharmacies, pharmaceutical wholesale distribution companies, pharmaceutical industry companies, representative offices of pharmaceutical companies, pharmaceutical research laboratories, healthcare system and related institutions
The second cycle study programme Medicinal Chemistry is an exclusive joint interdisciplinary programme of Lithuanian higher education leaders – KTU and LSMU, which combines the highest competence in related fields of study and research, concentrates academic and practical potential in chemistry, biology, pharmacy and other disciplines, training of industrial development specialists. The aim of the studies is to prepare qualified, motivated and creative specialists who have deep knowledge and research skills in medicinal chemistry and are able to formulate and solve problems in the medical chemistry science and pharmaceutical industry. his degree programme prepares students to work in high-tech science and industry companies that develop, manufacture, or supply pharmaceuticals.
After obtaining a Master’s degree in pharmacy, graduates can continue their studies in doctoral studies in pharmacy, deepening their research skills and solving various applied and fundamental problems in the pharmaceutical sciences. Doctoral students are led by international-level researchers in the field of pharmacy, and students have access to a unique scientific base and the University’s material and academic resources for interdisciplinary studies and research. Students are admitted to doctoral studies at the Faculty of Pharmacy every year, and more and more graduates are choosing these studies.