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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

About the Course
This programme prepares science and engineering graduates for work in the bio/pharmaceutical industry. It allows those already working in the industry to keep their skills fresh and prepares production-based personnel for advancement to supervisory and/or management roles.

Specific Aims:
- To give science/engineering graduates an in-depth study of the specific requirements of the pharmaceutical industry with respect to production.

- To give the student both a sound theoretical and practical grounding in the area.

- To provide students with hands-on experience through assignments undertaken in the Institute's Pharmaceutical Education Centre.

The programme consists of a set of mandatory modules with an option to specialise in pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical production. Students will normally be expected to carry out some assignments at their place of employment. This programme will run over 3 college semesters (18 months) part-time. Candidates must take all modules on offer in each semester.

Entry requirements

Entry Level
Candidates must possess a science, engineering or related primary degree. Applicants should be in full-time relevant employment in a company operating in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical or healthcare industry. Selection may be by interview. All applicants must have competence in spoken and written English.

Duration

18 months. Two Evenings Per Week.

Careers or further progression

Career Opportunities
The bio and pharmaceutical industries in Ireland are currently undergoing a major expansion of scale and activity creating a wide range of career opportunities for interested and suitably qualified persons. Analysts suggest a shortage of well qualified graduates in the coming years which will add to the value placed upon qualifications such as this.

Further enquiries

TU Dublin - Tallaght Campus,
D24 FKT9, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 404 2000
Email: info@it-tallaght.ie

Subjects taught

Semester 1

Mandatory
Bio Pharmaceutical Processsing
Regulatory Affairs / GMP
Industrial Statistics (HDip Part-Time)

Semester 2

Mandatory
Production Management
Chemical Pharmaceutical Processing
Validation

Semester 3

Mandatory
Drug Formulation and Manufacturing
Aseptic Processing & Utilities

Enrolment and start dates

Contact the College for the next start date.

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