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College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing

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About College

The University has taken the lead in contributing to the creation of a well-qualified ‘global’ pharmacist furnished with the necessary knowledge and skills to fulfill the demands within all branches of the pharmaceutical industry and practice. In addition to the traditional courses needed to fulfill graduation requirements, several ‘emphasis courses’ are now part of these requirements. Examples of these emphasis courses are Drug Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical Plant Management, Hospital Pharmacy, and Medicinal Plants Processing.

The procurement of advanced machinery will actually allow the student to have a unique practical experience of what drug manufacturing is all about and again valuable know-how during their years of study.

The laboratory facilities are again ample, diversified, and supervised by a knowledgeable group of instructors holding doctoral degrees in their areas of specialization

Today’s pharmacist is an integral member of health care teams along with physicians, nurses, and others. Our curriculum supports interdisciplinary education and focuses on the development of professional leaders.

The college has met the national standard standards, so the college has been accredited by the National Authority (NAQAA)for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education by Resolution No. 192 of 26/8/2019, and the accreditation is valid for five years from its date.

Our College is offering two bachelor’s degree programs in pharmacy (Pharm D program and Pharm D/Clinical Pharmacy program). A total of 181-182 credit hours, 100 hours of field training (after the completion of level 3 and before the training year) in addition to one academic year (9 months) field training in a pharmaceutical and/or medical institution are needed for graduation. Our College is also offering a postgraduate program, a master’s degree in Pharmaceutics, as a start of many other master’s degrees and professional diplomas.

College Accreditation Certificate by the National Authority for Education Quality Assurance and Accreditation (NAQAA)

Departments

The Departments are:

  1. Department of Pharmaceutics
  2. Department of Industrial Pharmacy
  3. Department of Clinical Pharmacy Practice
  4. Department of Pharmacognosy
  5. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
  6. Department of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
  7. Department of Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry
  8. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  9. Department of Biochemistry
  10. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Pharmaceutics

Introduction

Pharmaceutics is concerned with the scientific and technological aspects of the design and formulation of drug dosage forms. An understanding of pharmaceutics is therefore crucial to all pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are involved in converting a drug into a dosage form to be delivered safely, efficiently and conveniently to the patient. Pharmaceutics is a key department in Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing. Students study pharmaceutics courses from their first year up to the final year.

Vision

The Department seeks to be a leader in pharmaceutical education and internationally recognized pharmaceutical research is focused on improving the health and well-being of the community.

Mission

The Department of Pharmaceutics aims to deliver a good understanding in the area of pharmaceutics and communicate knowledge, ideas and concerns to the pharmacy students through a qualified program, which most notably include the formulation and evaluation of the various pharmaceutical forms and modern methods of drug delivery to the body.

Strategic goals

  1. Aims to deliver a good understanding in the area of pharmaceutics
  2. Aims to communicate knowledge and ideas to the pharmacy students through a qualified program, which most notably include the formulation and evaluation of the various pharmaceutical forms and modern methods of drug delivery to the body.
  3. Concerned with the scientific and technological aspects of the design and formulation of drug dosage forms.
  4. Conducting various scientific research that is in line with the current development in the field of pharmacology and which helps to solve problems related to drug delivery systems in a safe and effective manner.

Industrial Pharmacy

Introduction

Pharmaceutics is concerned with the scientific and technological aspects of the design and formulation of drug dosage forms. An understanding of pharmaceutics is therefore crucial to all pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are involved in converting a drug into a dosage form to be delivered safely, efficiently and conveniently to the patient. Pharmaceutics is a key department in Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing. Students study pharmaceutics courses from their first year up to the final year.

Vision

The Department of Industrial pharmacy seeks to be a leader in international and national in the industrial pharmacy education and research by optimized teaching process in the field of industrial pharmacy, and being committed to provide the community through good pharmacy practice, linking with the industrial pharmaceutical sector in Egypt, and promoting the research work to solve and develop the industrial problems, in addition to focusing on high-quality education on undergraduate and graduate levels

Mission

Industrial pharmacy is a discipline that comprises manufacturing, advancement, optimization, scaling up and appropriation of various drug delivery systems. The industrial pharmacy branch also covers the quality assurance, with its two branches: quality control and Good Manufacturing Practice, mainly to detect and eliminate any defects in the intermediate and final manufactured products. As long as the quality of teaching and learning in the highest priorities the department move toward select the best academic, research, and technical personnel.

Thus, the department team is highly professional, who continuously conducts research, and application in industrial pharmacy field. Industrial pharmacy dedicated to reaching excellence in education, research, and community involvement.

Strategic goals

  1. Development of the student’s learning outcomes by introducing the basic processes of pharmaceutical manufacturing as heat transfer, mass transfer, evaporation, drying, extraction, filtration, and mixing.
  2. Learning more advanced processes like distillation, emulsification, crystallization, size reduction, and size enlargement, along with explaining the theoretical and practical aspects of the quality control and quality assurance of the different manufacturing processes.
  3. Learning The fundamental concepts of the importance of artificial intelligence in industrial pharmacy and its application.
  4. Getting a fundamental knowledge about the right basics of designing the pharmaceutical plantand the different manufacturing processes starting from the selection of the raw material suppliers until the distribution of the finished pharmaceutical products.
  5. Suppling the latest industrial pharmacy equipment that provides opportunities to MUST’s students for training, learning and application in an actual simulation of an industrial atmosphere with the processes and procedures that take place in the manufacturing world through (SEF MUST) student experimental factory who provide more facilities and services for MUST’s whether undergraduate, graduated, and, researcher
  6. The Department offered chances training and visit different factory department such as research and development, quality control, production, packaging, supply chain, and others. where the student can be translating scientific pharmaceutical discoveries from research theory into practice

Clinical Pharmacy Practise

Overview

Clinical pharmacy department, unlike the disciplines of pharmacy, is a comparatively recent and variably implemented form of practice of pharmacy. It encourages pharmacists and support stuff to shift their focus from solely product-oriented role towards more direct engagement with patients and the problems they encounter with medicines. Over the past 25 years there has been an emerging consensus that the practice of clinical pharmacy itself should grow from collection of patients-related functions to a process in which all actions are undertaken with the intention of achieving explicit outcomes for the patient. In doing so, clinical pharmacy moves to embrace the philosophy of pharmaceutical care.

Vision

The clinical pharmacy department aims to achieve the overall goal of a clinical pharmacist by promoting the appropriate use of medicines and devices to ensure maximum clinical safety and efficacy of medicines. The goal is to balance the efficacy versus the risk of drug therapy for each patient. This also includes monitoring the therapy course and the patient’s compliance with therapy, minimizing the treatment expenditures borne by the national health systems and patients.

Mission

Clinical pharmacists play a vital role in rational use of medicines, identifying drug-related problems, contributing to medication reviews and therapeutic recommendations, and becoming the delivery of pharmaceutical care.

The delivery of pharmaceutical care is usually achieved via practical steps such as:

  1. Establishing the need for drug therapy.
  2. Administrating the medicine.
  3. Providing the medicine.
  4. Monitoring therapy.
  5. Patient advise and education.
  6. Evaluation effectiveness.

Strategic Goals

Clinical pharmacy department aims to provide students of pharmacy an insight of the many of the inter – related problems of drug therapy. It should always be emphasized that although a general approach to drug treatment can be drawn, therapy of a given patient must be individualized.

In accordance with the university mission statement, clinical pharmacy department aims to enable students to acquire the cognitive, interpersonal, psychomotor, and analytical skills necessary for competent, reflective practice and lifelong professional development for their working life. The study of clinical pharmacy will provide subject-specific knowledge and skills as well as key transferable skills. Clinical courses will develop the knowledge and skills acquired either during earlier courses or through relevant practice.

Pharmacognosy

Introduction

Pharmacognosy is one of the oldest branches of pharmacy profession concerned with the study of morphology, histology, chemical, biochemical and biological properties of natural drugs; including the search for new drugs from natural sources (plants, animals or microbes. Moreover, study of poisonous plants and narcotics.  It is an essential field which providing systematic and scientific validation of traditional medicines.

Vision

The department looks up to be distinguished locally, nationally, as a part of a high-level institution in pharmaceutical education and improves research for excellent serving to the community.

Mission

The department of Pharmacognosy is completely dedicated to offering high-quality education for graduating outstanding skilled pharmacists, procuring the best patient-centered pharmacy services to the community and reaching a leadership position in research in the field of natural products.

Strategic Goals

  • Aim to provide excellence in education, research and public services in the disciplines of Pharmacognosy and natural products chemistry.
  • Aim to meet current and future needs of pharmacy practice.
  • Define the direction and scope of herbal drug therapy through continuous and innovative research.
  • Search for local natural resources as remedies for management of endemic diseases.
  • Serve as a consultation Centre for the pharmaceutical industry and community.
  • Develop suitable extraction, isolation and Quality assurance methods for natural products used as pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements and cosmetics.
  • Sustainable production of natural products by biotechnological approaches.

 

Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

Introduction

 Pharmaceutical analytical chemistry is focused on studying different analytical techniques that are used to identify and quantify pharmaceutical compounds and products. Also studying the chemical stability of pharmaceuticals. development of accurate methods and applying good laboratory practice. 

Vision

The department aims to apply the new trends in pharmaceutical analysis using advanced instrumentations and referring to international references and guidelines to provide good services to the community in the field of pharmaceutical industry and quality control. In addition, the department referring to environmental analysis as a clue for sustainable development.     

Mission

Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry Department aims to give students information and practical skills to identify the chemicals and carrying out quantitative analysis. Studying the stability of pharmaceutical drugs according to the international guidelines. Awareness of water pollution and analysis, as an application of an environmental analysis.

Strategic Goals

  1. Develop new facilities for interaction with and educating our students.
  2. Provide an outstanding graduate experience in the chemical sciences.
  3. Meeting global challenges
  4. Analytical Chemistry is a metrological discipline that develops, optimizes and applies measurement processes intended to produce quality.
  5. Analytical Chemistry is very important for effective environmental protection, and occupational health and safety, since the (bio) chemical information it provides is crucial with a view to making correct decisions in these two complementary fields.
  6. The classical relationship between Analytical Chemistry and quality has materialized in ISO 17025:2005, which is the reference for laboratory accreditation.
  7. Develop and implement training workshops for postgraduate students.
  8. Provide mentoring and support for young faculty and researchers who will become leaders of their field.

Develop and maintain a vital, supportive and collegial work/study environment.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Introduction

Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a core discipline within the Pharmaceutical Sciences. It is centrally engaged in the drug discovery process, mainly focusing on lead identification, lead optimization, structure-activity relationship investigations, and Pharmacopoeial requirements of drugs.

Vision

In education, the pharmaceutical chemistry department is committed to top-quality academic teaching to ensure that our students will fulfill the needs and strong demands of highly qualified and motivated pharmacist in the pharmaceutical fields.

In research field, our target is to proceed and develop high quality, professional, challenging, and innovate researchers to compete with global publications. Moreover, improving their good thinking, problem-solving skills and work collaboratively as a member of professional researches team. 

Mission

The pharmaceutical chemistry is a wide scope field of physical, chemical, analytical, and biological sciences, where the undergraduate students gain basic knowledge in these interrelated fields to be the future expert scientist to discover, develop new therapeutics. In our department, our teams conduct research adopting novel technologies, with the aim of discovering, synthesizing, and developing novel drugs that have lower side effects and better health outcome on the patients, such as the fields of cancer therapy, antiviral, anti-infectious agents, anti-inflammatory drugs, hormones, cardiovascular and anti-convulsant drugs. 

Strategic Goals

  1. Developing the student’s learning outcomes by integrating pharmaceutical knowledge from fundamental and pharmaceutical sciences to handle, identify, design, synthesize, and analyze pharmaceutical drugs.
  2. Enhancing the student’s ability to recall knowledge from fundamental sciences to explain the pharmacological action of drugs.
  3. The student can apply scientific literature professionally, collect and interpret data to enhance professional decisions.
  4. The student can distinguish and critically analyze newly emerging issues influencing the pharmaceutical industry and patient health care.
  5. Enhancing the student`s ability to use the acquired information to isolate, identify, synthesize, purify, analyze, and standardize pharmaceutical materials from synthetic origin.
  6. The student can recognize the principles of various tools and instruments in the pharmaceutical industry alongside selecting the appropriate techniques for synthesis and analysis of raw materials and production of pharmaceutical products.
  7. Strengthening the student’s personal skills by sharing and participating effectively in teamwork and show leadership skills.
  8. The student can apply critical thinking in retrieving information, identify and critically analyze information to solve problems effectively in a team.
  9. The student can apply writing and presentation skills using modern information technology and media skills and keep lifelong learning independently to develop his professional skills.
  10. Conducting research in pharmaceutical chemistry specialty in labs of the Department and the Faculty, encouragement of publishing scientific papers in specialized scientific journals, and attending conferences and workshops to enrich scientific research and to gain skills and experience.

Biochemistry

Introduction

The Department of Biochemistry is dedicated to elucidating and comprehending the biochemical basis of life. The department is recognized by its academic excellence in the quality of its educational and research programs, as well as its commitment to community service, which has earned it regional, national, and international acclaim.

Vision

Developing globally competitive professionals with remarkable leadership, communication, and teamwork abilities who can contribute to Egypt’s and the world’s exceptional talent pool in the field of education.

Conducting cutting-edge multidisciplinary approaches to critical problems in biology and pharmacy while adhering to the highest international research standards.

Mission

Educating students advanced biochemistry and conducting high-quality research that benefits medical and scientific societies as well as human health.

We entice the brightest academic, research, and technical personnel who are provided the appropriate environment and opportunities encourage their development. Our staff provides top-notch academic programs in Biochemistry, and graduates depart with a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of the discipline.

We promote a collaborative environment that encourages transferable skills and research ethics in our graduates. We deliver superior biochemical science education in accredited programs and undertake world-class research.

Strategic Goals

  • Development of the student’s cognitive outcome by introducing basic biochemical interactions and clinical chemistry of the human body.
  • Teaching courses assigned to the department to students using advanced technological approaches.
  • Providing students with some information about contemporary discoveries in modern sciences including molecular biology, genetic engineering, and disease detection, both theoretical and practical.
  • Employment non-traditional methods in teaching and learning.
  • Development of student’s practical, technical, and critical thinking abilities by teaching them to understand and apply various biochemical research methodologies, such as centrifugation and calorimetry, as well as analyzing, interpreting, and translating clinical data for normal and diseased human samples used in medical studies.
  • Increase student’s interaction with the department staff members.
  • Continuous improvement of teaching courses to enable the training of a pharmacist capable of meeting the labor market and community’s needs.
  • Development of students’ ethical and scientific values ​​ by conducting direct conversations or giving instructions on the ethics, origins, and applications of using biochemical and clinical information in various pharmacist work sectors.
  • Development of scientific research and projects in the department.
  • Raising overall department’s awareness of quality ideas and how to execute them.

Microbiology and Immunology

Introduction

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is responsible for teaching different techniques and methods that can be used in isolation, identification, diagnosis, and analyzing the microbial samples following the recent and advanced techniques.

Vision

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology in our college believes that teaching and research in the fields of microbiology and immunology are vital to improving health and safety worldwide. Through the given courses in our department, we are developing the knowledge of our students in the different fields of microbiology and immunology including, infectious diseases, inflammation, and immunity.

Mission

Our aim is to educate students about the basic features of fundamental microbiology including; bacteriology, virology and mycology and to provide them with an understanding of the immune system, its role in the pathophysiology of infectious and non-infectious diseases and its protective functions. As well, to familiarize students with the common infections and diseases of medical importance, their microbial causes, as well as laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of such diseases, besides, enabling the students to practice the principles of sterilization and infection control measures and policies.

Strategic Goals

  • Our main goal is dedicated to superiority in research with the final goals of improving human health.
  • Directing and teaching the next generation of biomedical research scientists.
  • Meeting global challenges.
  • Sharing knowledge in different fields of fundamental, molecular genetics, environmental, pharmaceutical, and applied biology of microbes, besides infection control.
  • Alignment between educational activities and research.
  • Almost all of the studies in the department are associated with laboratory and/or tutorial sessions that result in the graduation of creative, competent, and internationally competitive human resources.

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

Introduction

The aim of the Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry Department at MUST is to prepare pharmacy students able to synthesize and develop drugs, mass production economically in the face of the growing numbers diseases. Towards this aim, students are provided with the fundamental principles of chemistry of aliphatic, aromatic and heterocyclic compounds.

In addition, principles of stereochemistry and the relationship between the three-dimensional structure of molecules and biological activity, are also provided. A particular reference is given to recent methods of production of enantiomeric ally pure drugs and uses spectroscopic tools (infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance, ultraviolet, and mass spectrometry) to elucidate the molecular structure of organic compounds. Moreover, the processes of identification, preparation and purification of some organic compounds can be used as pro-drugs.

The research in this field would enhance and accelerate more efficient and greener methods of developing new drugs. Consequently, the aim of the research plan provided would be to synthesize and design some novel organic molecules as well as to investigate and evaluate their biological activity against diseases, such as cancer and as well investigating the efficacy of other compounds against diseases caused by bacterial, fungal or viral infections. .

Mission

Provide learning experiences based on the best educational practices for all students served by the department.

Provide teaching based on the latest and most advanced trends in different fields of pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry.

Vision

The vision of the department of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry is a part of a cooperative effort throughout the College to achieve its vision by thoroughly preparing students for different aspects of Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry.

We envision our students becoming skilled and competent in all topics covered by the department, including physical, analytical, and organic chemistry.

Strategic Goals

  1. Prepare students for professional pharmacy practice and develop their skills through studying pharmaceutical organic chemistry.
  2. Provide the student with ethics and professional values that qualify him to work in various pharmaceutical fields
  3. Develop students’ interaction towards uncovering the problems of the surrounding environment.
  4. Develop student solving skills towards the advancement of the regional community.
  5. Participate in the fields of pharmaceutical manufacturing, analysis and quality control.

Pharmacology and Toxicology

Introduction

The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology is interested in graduating pharmacists with a wide scientific knowledge of different types of drugs and their interactions, side effects and toxicity. The department is also interested in conducting new research in various fields such as liver diseases and nervous system diseases.

Vision

The vision of the Department is to become a top-ranked research academic center in the disciplines of Pharmacology and Toxicology and to provide graduate education to students in a variety of research tracks. This vision is not only to prepare the undergraduate students for their future success in life, but also help them to develop a precise scientific outlook so that they can serve the Pharmacy and other Health-related professions in the best possible way, thereby improving the quality of life.

Mission

To provide the community with qualified graduates to practice in various pharmaceutical fields in accordance with international standards, conduct innovative research and offer professional services for health care promotion. The department maintains a leadership role in developing new technologies and conducting drug therapy related research inclusive of basic and clinical sciences

Strategic Goals

  1. Developing study programs to keep pace with the needs of the labor market.
  2. Raising the efficiency of the members of the research department by holding training courses that serve their practical fields.
  3. Activate and implement the department’s research plan and direct it to serve the community in line with the college and university research policy.
  4. Urging the department’s cadres to participate in the various quality activities.
Mission
Vision
Dean's word
Strategic Goals

College Mission

The College of pharmaceutical sciences and drug manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to graduate pharmacists according to National Academic Reference Standards (NARS), who meet the needs of the local and regional labor market and the requirements of advanced drug manufacturing.

Pharmacists who are able to perform innovative scientific research and provide community pharmaceutical care, Training, and scientific counseling within ethical values.

 

College Vision

To be a distinct college and academically accredited in pharmaceutical sciences, locally, regionally and internationally.

Dean's word

I welcome you to the website of the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, Misr University for Science and Technology. 

The University has taken the lead in contributing to the creation of a well-qualified ‘global’ pharmacist furnished with the necessary knowledge and skills to fulfill the demands within all branches of the pharmaceutical industry and practice.

I wish all of you the best in your academic studies. We are proud to be able to offer all, and especially each one of you, the opportunity to acquire not only a thorough and up-to-date knowledge, but also a highly qualified “scientific cloak”, along with the ability to interact with humanity, society, and each citizen, which have very high expectations of all those who work in our healthcare system and in cutting-edge scientific research.

Prof.Dr. Hanan Mohamed Kamal Refai

“Dean of College Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing”

Strategic Goals

  1. Provide a dynamic and innovative curriculum in the didactic and experimental components.
  2. Continue to implement an assessment program that includes faculty, practitioners’ and students’ input.
  3. Enhance recruitment, admissions, advising, progression, and awarding of scholarships.
  4. Strengthen the graduate programs.
  5. Improve students’ professional skills by exposing them in the sixth academic year to different clinical rotations in different selected hospitals and institutions
  6. Enhance communications among faculty and students.
  7. Provide patient care, professional, and public service to the people of 6th of October and Sheikh Zayed cities.
  8. Seeking accreditation from National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education (NAQAA).

Students Affairs

Vision

 A distinguished academic education and learning system to graduate a pharmacist in accordance with the national academic reference standards that meet the needs of the local and regional labor market and advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Mission

Providing an effective academic environment that provides educational and student services that enables the preparation of pharmaceutical candidates capable of innovation, creative thinking and leadership through a system characterized by quality and mastery and that can deal with modern technologies and improve educational practices in accordance with national and international academic accreditation standards.

Strategic Goals

  • Developing the teaching and learning system
  • Improving the student evaluation system
  • Raising the skills and competitive capabilities of students and graduates and providing clinical training for students
  • Developing the capabilities of faculty members to increase their contribution to the effectiveness of the educational process.
  • Supporting student activities
  • Developing the academic advising system
  • Increasing the attraction of international students
  • Updating the facilities that support the teaching and learning system
  • Continuous development of student affairs management

Alumni Follow-up Unit

Alumni Follow-up Unit (AFU) is a unit of the College’s Agency for Community Service and Environmental Development- College of pharmaceutical sciences and drug manufacturing- MUST

 Vision

AFU aspires to be the best alumni follow-up unit at the local, regional, and international levels.

Mission

 AFU is looking forward to achieving a high level of performance in communication, continuous guidance, and efficient follow-up with college graduates of Misr University for Science and Technology. Moreover, identifying and providing all possible needs to develop the capabilities of our graduates in accordance with the college mission to prepare them in distinct qualifications, to fulfill the challenging needs of the market, and to provide good job opportunities in various pharmaceutical fields for our graduates.

Quality Assurance Unit

About Quality Assurance Unit:

vision of the Quality Assurance Unit

To be the best unit at the university level.

Mission of the Quality Assurance Unit

The Quality Assurance Unit at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to providing technical support to the unit’s executive committees to improve the efficiency of college members, the supporting body, and the administrative body, and to maintain an outstanding level of education quality in light of the accreditation standards for colleges and institutes of higher education, and access to scientific research, scientific activities,  community service and environmental development in the college in light of high moral ethics.

Objectives of the Quality Assurance Unit

The Quality Assurance Unit at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology aims to evaluate the academic, administrative and societal performance for the development of the educational and research process, community service and environmental development, in order to obtain accreditation by the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education through:

  1. Spreading the culture of quality among the faculty members, the teaching assistants, students and the administrative staff.
  2. Motivating college staff members towards quality and improving the performance.
  3. Describing and documenting the activities of the college annually.
  4. Establishing a database for future comparison.
  5. Determining the strengths and weaknesses points in the fields of education, scientific research and community services, exploiting the available opportunities and avoiding potential threats to serve the college.
  6. Establishing appropriate plans to enhance the strengths and overcome the weaknesses of the college.
  7. Follow up on preparing, reviewing and updating program descriptions and decisions according to quality standards.
  8. Implementation an internal and external audit annually in line with the college’s strategy.
  9. Analyzing questionnaires about the opinions of students, faculty members, the supporting body, and civil society regarding the educational process.
  10. Take corrective actions based on the results of the questionnaire analysis for continuous development.
  11. Providing the necessary technical support to the unit’s executive committees, departments and college departments to help them carry out their duties. towards the quality assurance system.

Continuous follow-up and evaluation until applying for continuous academic accreditation.

Scientific Degrees

Misr University for Science and Technology awards according to the request of the Council of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing:

  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy
  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy (Pharm D)
  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy). According to credit hours system