1.  COURSES(12 credits)

Compulsory courses

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.GeneralResearch Methodology for PhDFAS32201012
2.GeneralScientific writing FAS32201022

Elective courses; Dissertation supporting courses

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical TechnologyPharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology IFAS32201032
2.Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical TechnologyPharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology IIFAS32201042
3.Pharmaceutical BiologyPharmaceutical BiologyFAS32201052
4.Pharmaceutical BiologyAdvanced Natural Product PharmaceuticalsFAS32201062
5.Macromolecular EngineeringPharmaceutical BioinformaticsFAS32201072
6.Macromolecular EngineeringMethods in Molecular BiologyFAS32201082
7.Pharmaceutical Chemistry AnalysisPharmaceutical AnalysisFAS32201092
8.Medicinal ChemistryStructure ElucidationFAS32201102
9.Medicinal ChemistryCheminformatics and Molecular ModelingFAS32201112
10.Medicinal ChemistryOrganic Chemistry Synthesis and Green ChemistryFAS32201122
11.Pharmacology and ToxicologyPharmacology and Toxicology IFAS32201132
12.Pharmacology and ToxicologyPharmacology and Toxicology IIFAS32201142
13.Pharmacology and ToxicologyExperimental Pharmacology and ToxicologyFAS32201152
14.Clinical PharmacyClinical TrialFAS32201162
15.Clinical PharmacyPharmacovigilanceFAS32201172
16.Clinical PharmacyGeriatric CareFAS32201182
17.Clinical PharmacyAdvanced PharmacoeconomyFAS32201192
18.Clinical PharmacyIntervention Model in Clinical PharmacyFAS32201202
19.Community PharmacyCommunity PharmacyFAS32201212
20.Pharmaceutical ManagementPharmaceutical Management IFAS32201222
21.Pharmaceutical ManagementPharmaceutical Management IIFAS32201232
22.According to Dissertation TopicOther courses provided in other PhD program in or outside of UGM.The course code and credits are adjusted to the applicable curriculum.
23.According to Dissertation TopicCapita Selecta in Pharmaceutical ScienceFAS32201242

  2.  DISSERTATION (34 credits)

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.Research Proposal and Comprehensive Basic SkillsProposal writing based on basic comprehensive skillsFAS32202014
2.Dissertation Research Progress IMonitoring and evaluation of dissertation research progressFAS32202021
3.Dissertation Research Progress IIMonitoring and evaluation of dissertation research progressFAS32203012
4.Dissertation Research Progress IIIMonitoring and evaluation of dissertation research progressFAS32204012
5.Dissertation Research Progress IVMonitoring and evaluation of dissertation research progressFAS32205012
6.Presentation of Dissertation ResultPresentation of Dissertation ResultFAS32205022
7.Dissertation EligibilityAssessment of Dissertation Script eligibilityFAS32206014
8.Dissertation ExaminationDissertation ExaminationFAS322060215




Compulsory courses

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.GeneralResearch Methodology for PhDFAS32201012
2.GeneralScientific writing FAS32201022

Elective Course

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.According to Dissertation TopicOther courses provided in regular track, and  in other PhD program in or outside of UGM.The course code and credits adjust to the applicable curriculum.

  2.  DISSERTATION (40 credits)

No.Field of StudyCourse NameCourse codecredits
1.Comprehensive Proposal and Basic SkillsProposal writing based on basic comprehensive skillsFAS32202014
2.Seminar of Dissertation Research Progress ISeminar of dissertation research progressFAS32202031
3.Seminar of Dissertation Research Progress IISeminar of dissertation research progressFAS32203022
4.Seminar of Dissertation Research Progress IIISeminar of dissertation research progressFAS32204022
5.Seminar of Dissertation Research Progress IVSeminar of dissertation research progressFAS32205032
6.Publication of Dissertation ResultPresentation of Dissertation ResultFAS32205046
7.Result Presentation of Dissertation ResearchPresentation of Dissertation resultFAS32205054
8.Dissertation EligibilityAssessment of Dissertation script eligibilityFAS32206034
9.Dissertation ExaminationDissertation ExaminationFAS322060415



Courses nameCourses syllabi
Research Metodology for PhDThis course discusses various research methodologies at the doctoral level, both for scientific pharmacy research and clinical and community pharmacy research.
Scientific writingThis course discusses basic concepts and trains the application of concepts related to grammar, selection of trusted references, electronic citation systems, making abstracts and body parts of manuscripts that are effective and efficient, to produce good quality scientific writings, especially in writing research proposals (with a focus on dissertation research) as well as manuscripts for publication of research results in international journals. The output of this course is a dissertation proposal and a draft of a narrative review publication.
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology IThis course discusses and motivates students to conduct research in the fields of pharmaceutical chemistry, stability and biopharmaceuticals of drugs and drug preparation products which includes the structure and physicochemical character of medicinal ingredients and drug additives, character and aspects of the study of biopharmaceuticals of drugs and drug preparation products and classification. biopharmaceuticals, degradation and stability of drugs and drug products as well as drug release kinetics from various dosage forms.
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology IIThis course discusses preformulation studies to design liquid, semisolid and solid dosage forms, formulation and production of liquid, semisolid and solid dosage forms as well as quality attributes and quality control of liquid, semisolid and solid dosage forms. In addition, discussions related to the technology and formulation of pharmaceutical preparations related to the research interests to be carried out were also held.
Pharmaceutical BiologyThis course discusses cell biology and applications in supporting biotechnology, microbiological systems and their applications for virus-based bioassays, plant cell and tissue systems, mammal cell and tissue systems for vaccine and antibody activity, introduction of biosynthetic pathways for biological systems, bioengineering of metabolite synthesis, optimization of physical and chemical metabolite production chemical, bioreactor design for metabolite production, downstream processing and capita selecta related to biological systems for its application in the pharmaceutical and health world.
Advance Natural Product PharmaceuticalsThis course discusses the diversity of metabolite structures in terms of biosynthesis, enzymatic reactions (oxidation, reduction, acetylation, etc.) of primary and secondary metabolites related to aspects of biological activity. Development of methods for isolating compounds from natural materials, including basic solutions related to the stability of compounds from natural materials; application of identification method techniques on the basis of the characteristics of compounds of natural materials, and experimental techniques of structure elucidation of compounds of natural materials related to the complexity of compounds. Strategy of procurement and selection of raw materials, development of herbal products (new and development); herbal production technology. Strategy and application of the concept of herbal standardization and quality control to produce products with good quality consistency.
Pharmaceutical BioinformaticsThis course aims to provide knowledge about bioinformatics that can be applied to solve pharmaceutical problems. This course focuses on understanding and using software which contains an introduction to pharmaceutical bioinformatics, biological and chemical databases, theories and methods for experimental data analysis, experimental design, drug candidate prediction, and proteochemistry.
Methods in Molecular BiologyThis course focuses on the application of molecular biology techniques in the discovery and development for drugs and other pharmaceutical products. This course discusses the necessary steps for each method related to the topic, starting from preparation, procedures, analysis, up to important factors that need to be considered. The topics covered in this course including cloning techniques; isolation, purification, and analysis of nucleic acids and proteins (e.g. gel electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction, immunochromatography); transfection in mammalian cultured cells; protein methods (e.g. immunoprecipitation, Western blot, protein staining), and cell-based assays. Advanced techniques such as flow cytometry, microarray, and sequencing are also discussed in this course.
Pharmaceutical AnalysisThis course discusses aspects related to pharmaceutical analysis, starting with the development of analytical methods, various analytical methods used for pharmaceutical analysis and ending with data processing and presentation of pharmaceutical analysis results. The topics covered include: Sample preparation in different matrix (pharmaceutical preparations, biological fluids from plants and animal) including solid phase extraction, spectrometric methods (UV/VIS, Infrared, Mass), Chromatographic-based techniques (HPLC, TLC/HPTLC, GC, Electrophoresis), Analytical Method Validation, Quality assurances of chemical analysis, and the application of statistics and chemometrics in pharmaceutical analysis.
Structure ElucidationThis course discusses the identification and determination of the structure of organic compounds using UV, IR, NMR, and MS spectroscopic methods.
Cheminformatics dan Molecular ModelingThis course discusses the concepts, principles, and applications of cheminformatics and molecular modeling in the pharmaceutical field, particularly in the design of drug molecules and/or tracking of mechanisms of action. The cheminformatics tools (PubChem, CHEMBL, ZINC, Drug Central, etc.) are  used to mine information on the structure of compounds (drugs) along with their physicochemical properties and biological activities. Molecular modeling methods (docking, pharmacophore modeling, QSAR, protein modeling, etc.) are used to study drug-target interactions and predict their biological activity.
Organic Chemistry Synthesis and Green ChemistryThis course discusses diversity-oriented synthesis (DOS) and target-oriented synthesis (TOS) approaches, principles and applications of retrosynthetic analysis to design organic compound synthesis pathways through functional group conversion reactions and bond formation between carbon and heteroatoms in acyclic, cyclic and aromatic structures, as well as the application of green chemistry in the synthesis of organic compounds.
Pharmacology and Toxicology IThis course discusses the theories and research methods of pharmacology and toxicology which includes qualitative pharmacokinetics and pharmacology of drugs that affect the central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, immune system, and autacoids, as well as examples of experimental pharmacology, and discussion of the research interest.
Pharmacology and Toxicology IIThis course discusses quantitative pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism and pharmacogenetics, experimental pharmacology of drug metabolism and drug transport and polymorphisms, toxicokinetics, drug pharmacology on the endocrine system, experimental pharmacology of drugs on the endocrine system, chemotherapy, molecular mechanisms of toxic compounds, and discussion of the research interest.
Experimental Pharmacology and ToxicologyThis course studies the application and development of various experimental models for research, discovery and development of drugs in the digestive system, respiratory system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, reproductive system, immune system, and cancer, antimicrobial, antibiotic, antiviral, immunological and anti-inflammatory. non-immunology through the application and development of experimental pharmacology-toxicology designs in vitro, in vivo, in silico etc. adapted to the research topic of the student's dissertation.
Clinical TrialThis course explains the concept of clinical trials, good clinical practice, and the preparation of clinical trial protocols. In addition, the concept and implementation of the bioavailability test (BA/BE) between drug products was also presented.
PharmacovigilanceThis course explains the concept and role of pharmacovigilance in drug safety detection, implementation of pharmacovigilance in the world, reporting and analysis of adverse events/ESO causality, the role of health workers in pharmacovigilance, and discussion of case reports of ESO in various organ systems.
Geriatric CareThis course explains the concept of geriatric care comprehensively and research in the geriatric field including physiological decline in elderly patients, drug use in elderly patients, nutritional needs in elderly patients, oral dental health, psychology in geriatric patients, the role of pharmacists in the geriatric care team, geriatric research.
Intervention Model in Clinical PharmacyThis course describes various pharmacoeconomic analyzes; measurement of effectiveness and patient-reported outcomes; decision analysis models and sensitivity analysis; Pharmacoeconomic applications in drug selection and disease management.
Community PharmacyThis course discusses the activities of pharmacists in a community pharmacy setting with a focus on the ability of pharmacists to develop patient-oriented pharmaceutical services, including disease management, therapy management, preventive health screening, immunization, specialty compounding, patient education, and other pharmacy service activities.
Pharmaceutical Management IThis course discusses and motivates students to conduct research in the field of pharmaceutical management, especially those related to the role of intangible assets for companies, supporting management: finance and administration, human resource management, organizational management, information systems and strategic management.
Pharmaceutical Management IIThis course discusses and motivates students to conduct research in the field of pharmaceutical management, especially those related to the roles of drug policy, regulation, drug management and rational drug use.
Capita Selecta in Pharmaceutical ScienceThis course contains material to support the dissertation which is coordinated by the promoter team according to the student's dissertation topic.




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